Patagonia Peak Mission Tights


Late Winter in Texas can actually be unpredictable. The Peak Mission Tight is perfect at handling cold, 30 degree mornings, yet are breathable enough to keep you comfortable as they wick moisture as you and the temperatures start to heat up up on your long run. Tested in the piny woods of Huntsville, the Franklin Mountains and Hill Country Texas, these tights handled humid, cool, wet and warm with ease.

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Soft. Warm. Perfect fit.

With a high waistband and a soft fabric, you can run hours in these tights and forget you have them on.

Recycled and Sustainable

A recycled nylon and polyester blend with a micro-terry back side provided soft, next-to-skin comfort, while also allowing for increased wicking during high output.


Waistband has internal flat elastic for comfort and drawcord for an adjustable fit and a gusseted construction gives good range of motion.

Peak Mission Black

Odor Resistant

Polygiene® odor control permanently protects your garments from smelling like a high school locker room. Sweat itself is odorless, but it creates the conditions that bacteria need to multiply, and some of those bacteria produce odors. Polygiene stops the growth of odor-causing bacteria, so you can wear more and wash less.

Secure zipper pocket at center back and reflective logo

The Peak Mission tight performs at high levels allowing it to keep you warm in high output activities but is breathable and fast-drying so you don’t overheat.

Perfect for unpredictable Texas weather days on the trail


+4-way stretch jersey with a micro-terry back
+miDori™ bioSoft for added wicking and softness
+Polygiene® permanent odor control.

Sizing (unisex)

XS: Inseam 31″
S : Inseam 32″
M : Inseam 32″


6.8-oz 68% recycled nylon/15% polyester/17% spandex
+Fabric is certified as bluesign® approved

Additional information

Weight 4 oz



M, S, XS



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