Irideon Himalayer Tights
I was lucky enough to win a pair of Irideon Himalayer Tights in a Facebook contest earlier this year and liked them so much I felt they deserved a review. I’ve only been wearing these for about a month and a half, but they’ve already impressed me. For one…they are oh so soft. If you like Lularoe leggings…you’ll like these. Very comfortable! They are just thick enough to be warm on cool days (down into the 40s) but not so thick that you get hot when riding (or on a bit warmer days). They are perfect for three seasons in Northern California (I’m not sure how they’d perform in even colder temps, but I’m sure they’re still pretty warm).
They are a lovely color combination of a sable brown and a bright blue. The blue insert sections are made of the same fabric as the rest of the tights except flipped (the reverse side of the fabric is blue!). There is a bit of netted fabric over the blue to tone it down. I was concerned with how this mesh would hold up, but so far so good. I do turn them inside out when I wash them.
They are sporty in style and pretty flattering on, though the fabric isn’t as good at hiding “sins” as other fabrics I’ve worn…they’re not too bad. These tights happen to match my Fairfield Vest from Irideon perfectly, and I regularly pair them together. I’ve gotten plenty of compliments on the outfit each time I wear it.
If you’re looking for some comfortable tights to wear in the cooler spring months, these might be what you’re looking for!