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The Best Warm Tights for Winter Travel

[st_content_ad]You don’t need pants to keep you warm in the cold. Check out these nine winter tights that will keep your legs feeling toasty while still looking stylish.

Hue Heat Temp Tights

hue heat temp tights.

Hue’s Heat Temp Tights look like regular opaque nylons but are made from a special temperature-regulating material that traps more heat than regular tights. To add to the coziness, these winter tights have a no-bind comfort waistband.

Oiselle Moto Lesley Tights

Oiselle Moto Lesley Tights

Designed by runners for runners, Oiselle’s Moto Lesley Tights won’t fall down or restrict you while you’re out jogging. These are made to be worn in all conditions, with an ankle-length fit and a spandex/polyester fabric blend that keeps you warm.

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Warner’s Ultra-Soft Fleece Tights

Warner’s Ultra-Soft Fleece Tights.

Fleece-lined tights are the ultimate winter style hack—they feel as cozy as pajama pants but look professional. This pair from Warner’s has plenty of fleece on the inside but is still thin enough to wear under a dress.

Berkshire Cozy Tight

Berkshire Cozy Tight.

Berkshire’s Cozy Tights are lined with fleece all the way through the foot. Available in a variety of colors, this line of winter tights accommodates everyone with sizes from petite to 4x.

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Manzi Run-Resistant Tights

Manzi Run-Resistant Tights.

Tired of throwing away a pair of tights with a run in them after just one wear? Manzi’s Run-Resistant Tights are extra durable and extra warm. They come in a variety of colors, all of which are opaque enough to keep you covered.

Heat Holders Thermal Tights

Heat Holders Thermal Tights.

Heat Holders’ Thermal Tights use an insulating yarn to keep your legs warm. The inside of these tights is lined with a soft, brushed-fleece fabric that will help keep warm air next to your skin.

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Yogipace Fleece-Lined Thermal Tights

Yogipace Fleece-Lined Thermal Tights.

Yogipace’s Fleece-Lined Thermal Tights were designed with tough outdoor conditions in mind. Not only are these winter tights fleece-lined for warmth, but they are also water- and wind-resistant on the exterior. There’s a back zippered pocket and a hidden waistband pocket to keep all your valuables secure.

Hot Chillys Micro-Elite Chamois 8K Solid Tight

Hot Chillys Micro-Elite Chamois 8K Solid Tight.

Thin enough for layering, the Hot Chillys Micro-Elite Chamois 8K Solid Tights are moisture-wicking to get rid of any sweat before it makes you cold. These winter tights are great for travel, thanks to a bio-silver yarn that has antimicrobial and anti-odor properties.

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L.L. Bean Craft Lumen SubZ Wind Tights

L.L. Bean Craft Lumen SubZ Wind Tights.

The Craft Lumen SubZ Wind Tights have two layers of wind-blocking fabric on the front to keep any cold air from getting to your legs. The tights’ reflective print helps keep you visible at night, making these leggings perfect for any evening adventures.

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By Caroline Morse Teel

Unfortunately for her bank account, Principal Editor Caroline Morse Teel is powerless to resist a good flight deal. Follow her on Instagram @TravelWithCaroline.

Caroline joined Boston-based SmarterTravel in 2011 after living in Ireland, London, and Manhattan. She's traveled to all seven continents, jumped out of planes, and bungeed off bridges in the pursuit of a good story. She loves exploring off-the-beaten path destinations, anything outdoorsy, and all things adventure.

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