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The ultimate in anatomically engineered tights, the CW-X 3/4 Pro Tights for Men uses the CW-X Conditional Web exoskeleton that supports leg muscles, increases blood flow, supports your back and hips, and brings your hips and knees into alignment helping to reduce impact and load. Ideal for shoulder season running or worn as a base layer in cooler weather, the 3/4 Pro Tights delivers targeted support, xcelerated recovery, and UV protection.
- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version
The CW-X Men's Length Pro Tights are like the phone booth Bill and Ted received from Rufus. CW-X starts with a typical base layer and adds impressive, almost magical technology to create a high-performance tight that propels you into the future of running gear. CW-X's Tuned Conditioning Web material supports your muscles and dampens vibration to reduce fatigue and increase efficiency. Like Bill and Ted's phone booth, the Length Pro Tights sound unbelievable, but they work and they work well. The Length Pro Tight adds improved support throughout the joints and major muscle groups, and also supports the lower back and hips to help keep your posture honest. While all of these technological improvements seem pretty intense, the first thing you'll notice about the Length Pro Tight is how comfortable it is, thanks to Coolmax fabric and dialed anatomic design. These futuristic CW-X running tights use technology that is much more reliable than a magical phone booth.
- Backcountry Outlet refers to the men's version
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