>Gears and Wears>Speaking of running skirts...
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though if I keep up with the running, esp outdoors, I'm going to want music.
My nike also has compression shorts, as do the other tennis skirts. Be wary of the ones with a really short inseam - they will creep up and allow for chub rub. I have one skirt with too short of an inseam
Which ones have you found have the longer inseams? Do you notice any difference in fit or function between "running" skirts and "tennis" skirts? I see a lot of cheap (cheap price, but brands like Nike and Adidas) tennis ones at TJMaxx and wonder if they'd work as well.
the thing with tennis skirts is some of them aren't cut to handle a running stride as well - look for ones with side vents - otherwise the skirt will creep up just a touch - nothing indecent like running shorts creeping up, but enough to be a bit of an annoyance if you notice it.
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