Title Nine Gear Review
Recently I tried a couple of things from Title Nine. I was lucky enough to be gifted the gear, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
About Title Nine:
Title Nine is based in a Northern California company. It is woman-run and owned since 1989. They are committed to the idea of women owning and leading. I loved and admired Title Nine for a while now, but it wasn’t until I moved to Napa that I could really appreciate going into their retail stores and fall in love even more.
According to the Title Nine website, they believe the outdoors and a good workout can be the antidote to many of life’s problems. As a woman-owned company, they believe in women.
Every part of that mentality I love. I’ve used several of the Title Nine gear in the past, from tanks to shorts to even some of their dresses. I’ve never run into an issue.
My Experience With Title Nine Gear:
The Title Nine Henerala 2.0 V Neck Tank Top was made for running, hiking, riding, or living life.
Materials: Made from the signature Title Nine Gear: “Matahari,” which is 96% poly/4% spandex and also includes “Stinkstopper.”
Fit: I usually wear a size small top and which is what I wear here. It fits well, and it’s both long and loose enough that I don’t feel constricted while running.
When the tank first came, I was slightly unsure. V-neck styles are typically not my style because I have yet to find one that fits and flatters me well. This piece of Title Nine Gear is an exception, and I actually really like it. I was shocked and happy to broaden my horizons. I’ve worn it for running as well as living life, and it’s flattering and fun.
The Title Nine Clamber shorts are made for hiking, trekking, or even scrambling rocks.
Material: Signature Title Nine Gear: “ClambR™” which is 93% nylon/7% spandex
Fit: Typically, I wear size 2-4 shorts or XS. In the Title Nine Clamber shorts, I wear a 2 as someone who is 5’8; the 5-inch inseam is shorter but not too short. It covers everything that needs to be covered, and they fit well.
I actually didn’t realize they weren’t made for running (embarrassing?), and I’ve run several miles in them. They are extremely comfortable running, hiking, or living life. I find I can wear them for activities but also wear them around town if I want to. It’s truly a short that you can “do it all.”
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Title Nine Gear Conclusion:
I really like both pieces of Title Nine Gear. Truthfully neither is a product I would have chosen on my own, but they are both high quality and weekly staples for me. They are two of the most comfortable pieces I own, and I’m looking forward to wearing them more in the summer.
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Questions for you:
Have you tried Title Nine gear before?
What are your favorite “do it all” shorts?