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Stabilyx Women's Insulator Tights

kiki

Angel Diva
I see the manufacturer does not ship to Canada but I can find them on Amazon, though only for my size in full length. How is the material if i try to hem these to 3/4... is it likely to fray or whatever ?
 

santacruz skier

Angel Diva
I see the manufacturer does not ship to Canada but I can find them on Amazon, though only for my size in full length. How is the material if i try to hem these to 3/4... is it likely to fray or whatever ?
paging @geargrrl .
 

skibum4ever

Angel Diva
Looking for a good price on new CW-X 3/4 medium tights. So far eBay wins at $39.99. Anyone selling some? Or have you seen them advertised for less?

Probably not insulator although I might get one pair of each.

Thanks.
 

skibum4ever

Angel Diva

bsskier

Angel Diva
Looking for a good price on new CW-X 3/4 medium tights. So far eBay wins at $39.99. Anyone selling some? Or have you seen them advertised for less?

Probably not insulator although I might get one pair of each.

Thanks.
Yes, that’s a good price. Unless you don’t like the color, grab them because I’ve only seen used ones for less. I have a huge ski clothing collection I’m going to try to sell very soon, and the CW-X Stabiliyx are part of what’s being sold. I’m going to be asking $47.00 (which includes shipping). Mine are also brand new with tags, 3/4 length, size medium, non-insulated, solid jet black color with green piping. These are such amazing compression capris that if they don’t sell, I won’t fret. But of course, if anyone’s interested in a brand new pair, please message me.
 

BuckLup

Certified Ski Diva
I know this is old thread..like really old now..but since the insulator 3/4 Stabilyx was discontinued, what else are people using? I have an old pair of these that I cherish but need a new size (hello peri-menopause and the extra pounds it gifts). I love what these do for support and recovery..keeps my legs going all day. Any other recommendations?
 

lisamamot

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
I know this is old thread..like really old now..but since the insulator 3/4 Stabilyx was discontinued, what else are people using? I have an old pair of these that I cherish but need a new size (hello peri-menopause and the extra pounds it gifts). I love what these do for support and recovery..keeps my legs going all day. Any other recommendations?
I don't have any suggestions. I have one pair that I cherish too - when they die, I will be so sad! You could go with the regular 3/4 Stabilyx and layer a thin wool overtop?
 

BuckLup

Certified Ski Diva
ok, bummer. Never thought I would get so attached to a piece of clothing but it has made a huge difference. I wear thin Patagonia's (also 3/4) over these and have been good with my pants so I guess I could try the non-insulated ones. Why oh why do they discontinue a perfect item! Will treat these with kid gloves to make them last.
 

MissySki

Angel Diva
I personally prefer my non-insulator CW-X 3/4 tights to my insulator.. I do wear the insulator on really cold days though. Are you opposed to the non-insulator version? It’s the same level of support I think.
 

altagirl

Moderator
Staff member
I personally prefer my non-insulator CW-X 3/4 tights to my insulator.. I do wear the insulator on really cold days though. Are you opposed to the non-insulator version? It’s the same level of support I think.
That would be my recommendation - I have both and the non-insulators work fine too. Plus you can always add another layer on top or something and have a wider range of options for different temps.
 

scandium

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
Non-insulated! I have the Endurance Generator tights in 3/4 length and love them. That being said, I also know I like compression when I'm exercising and for recovery, and will even sleep in full length compression leggings on ski trips. I imagine some people would find that level of support uncomfortable.
 

lisamamot

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
I should have been more clear. I have multiple pairs of the regular weight 3/4 Stabilyx tights and wear those solo often. If I did not own the insulated pair, which I wear on super cold days, I would layer over the regular when needed. I too am sad they discontinued the insulated option - I dislike wearing two layers when one could do!
 

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