2XU Women's Cycle Tight
Italian Fusion Pro X multidensity seamless chamois for added comfort
Waistband free construction Reduced muscle fatigue + damage Using PWX FLEX to deliver optimal flexibility + movement High power denier to support hamstrings, quads, abductors, gluts and calfs Flatlock seam construction UPF50+ Sun Protection Antibacterial Moisture wicking
This is another example of 2XU's compression cycle array, utilizing 2XU's 70D/CK material. The compression provided by the 70D/CK material delivers muscle support and lowers the quantity of muscle tiredness that comes as an outcome of hardwearing endurance sport. Throughout the garment there is finished compression, assisting circulation and as an outcome, the hardest working muscles get the oxygen they yearn for throughout performance. This increase in the circulation process likewise helps guarantee that waste generated from exercise is flushed out as easily and effectively as possible. The Compression Cycle Tights have likewise been fitted with 2XU's Fusion Pro X chamois; offering additional comfort, support and wetness management. It can hire a combination of high and medium density foam, advanced ergonomic shape and 4 method stretch moulds to provide comfort. It then has LYCRA elastane and Invista Coolmax yarn to fight sweat, along with antibacterial security. The 2XU seamless heat moulds likewise guarantee that friction is removed. This is a restorative rated material that restricts the damages and tiredness to muscles, all the while delivering impressive performance along the method.
Key Product Details
- Brand: 2XU
- Title: 2XU Women's Cycle Tight
- Color: Black
The 2XU Women's Cycle Tight is among the items in the selection of products to bring forward a runner’s recovery from hamstring muscle injury. Whether it is a strain or a tear, your recovery needs to start with adherence to the RICE protocol. This will entail rest - any kind of effort to run through such an injury would for sure be of dubious value. Next up is ice or cold therapy treatment, and then compression and elevation. You'll see a number of products in the RunningInjury online store to support this approach as you recover from hamstring injuries .