Sustainable Materials

Nike Pro Dri-FIT

Men's Tights

$35

Choose a Style Color
Obsidian/Iron Purple/Iron Purple
Iron Grey/Black/Black
Black/White
White/Black/Black

The Nike Pro Dri-FIT Tights hug you with lightweight fabric that helps you feel dry, cool and supported from warmups through cool downs. They're made with at least 75% recycled polyester fibers in a stretchy design that helps you move at full intensity during your toughest workouts or competitions.

  • Shown: Obsidian/Iron Purple/Iron Purple
  • Style: DD1913-451

Size & Fit

  • Model is wearing size M and is 6'2"/188cm
  • Tight fit for a body-hugging feel

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Pick-up available at select Nike Stores.

How This Was Made

  • The recycled polyester used in Nike products begins as recycled plastic bottles, which are cleaned, shredded into flakes and converted into pellets. From there, the pellets are spun into new, high-quality yarn used in our products, delivering peak performance with a lower impact on the environment.
  • In addition to reducing waste, recycled polyester reduces carbon emissions by up to 30% compared to virgin polyester. Nike diverts an average of 1 billion plastic bottles annually from landfills and waterways.
  • Learn more about our Move to Zero journey towards zero carbon and zero waste, including how we're working to design product with sustainability in mind and help protect the future of where we live and play.

Reviews (34)

3.9 Stars

  • Low rise

    a7e0ac97-fa13-48ca-bbe9-8e8cdc9ebebc - May 05, 2022

    As previous people commented it feels small and the rise goes down every time, very uncomfortable. I ordered S and exchanged for M, hopefully going a size up will work.

  • runs small

    8169896784 - Apr 02, 2022

    runs small and doesnt fit well. waistband always slides down. they need to bring last years version back. not sure what happened with these but not that good.

  • Low Rise

    259853 - Mar 06, 2022

    Like many others have said, Nike decided to change the cut on their tights and they are now lowrise. You can't squat in these things without your butt crack coming out, which is mildly annoying. I'm not sure when this change happened, but I've noticed it across two different styles of their tights recently. I've even tried to size up to see if that works better and it didn't. Until Nike fixes this, I won't be buying any more tights from them.