Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Review: Nike Go – Women’s Firm-Support High Waisted 7/8 Leggings with 6 Pockets

Article by Dominique Winebaum

Nike Go – Women’s Firm-Support High Waisted 7/8 Leggings with Pockets ($110) 

The Nike Go leggings are coming soon and are worth checking out.  They are available in a wide range of options, from high-rise to mid-rise, from full-length to capri, from extra small to plus sizes, and depending on the type of leggings, in at least six different colors. I received the high rise 7/8 leggings in my regular size small.  

Why are they worth checking out?   Firsthand, they are amazingly supportive thanks to the InfinaLock fabric, which provides just the right amount of stretch, support, and compression.   It is a compression fit with an uplifting feel all working to your advantage!  

More on the fit.  I struggled a bit putting them on although my hips (38”) are within the range of a size small. The leggings do feel tighter around my hips than other brands and I might consider sizing up as per Nike’s size chart recommendations which is to size up if you are in between sizes.  This said the fabric is for sure compressive which is a feature I really like here. In terms of the length, the leggings look full-length and not “7/8” on me -- I am medium size (5’5 1/2”). 

  Once I have them on, they fit perfectly both in terms of comfort and mobility.

The high-rise leggings have an extra wide waistband with an interior drawcord that can be adjusted for a tighter fit.  No need for adjustment as the waistband hugs tightly and comfortably, but it is there, just in case.  

The GO is equipped with maximum storage capacity with a total of 6 pockets!  The interior waistband has 3 openings for storage, the side legs have two wide pockets large enough for a phone with one of them doubling as a zippered pocket, for a card or keys. 

Depending on your preferences, the Nike Go leggings come in different lengths and will get you covered for a wide range of activities, from running, to walking, practicing yoga, or running errands.  Medium weight and made with Dry-Fit technology, they are versatile, comfortable, supportive, and flattering.

The Nike Go Tights will be available soon at Nike

Please also check out my review of the Nike Gore-Tex Infinium Trail Jacket   HERE

Review of the React Pegasus Trail 4 GTX coming soon!

Tester Profile

Dominique has run for over 40 years, consistently about 25 miles per week at paces between 10 and 11 minute miles. She races rarely, but always surprises more hard core runners in her age group when she does. She has a 1985 marathon PR of 3:16 in her second marathon which at the time put her on the top 10 Swiss women’s lists. She is the mother of two grown children, both runners post college, and enjoys nordic and alpine skiing, hiking and trekking, and gardening. 

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