CW-X Expert Tights

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The CW-X Women's Expert Conditioning Full-Length Tights use a patented Conditioning Web technology to help muscles and ligaments band together. This two-way stretch web encircles the knee joint and offers support in the calf area, so your muscles get less fatigued during your long-distance runs. The Expert Conditioning Tights' wicking fabric keeps you dry, and flat seams eliminate chafing. A Coolmax gusseted crotch liner provides a comfortable, women's-specific fit.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. CW-X Women's Expert Tights FEATURES of the CW-X Women's Expert Tights 80% Nylon / 20% Lycra 2-way stretch Targeted Support Web 80% CoolMax / 20% Lycra 4-way stretch body fabric: Helps to keep the body cool and dry, pulls moisture away from the body and carries it to the outside of the tight UPF 50+ for UVA/UVB protection Flat seam construction: Eliminates abrasion, increases comfort, and enhances fit by reducing bulky seams Reflective logo: ncreases visibility in low light conditions Women's specific design and pattern: Provides comfort and ease of movement. With COOLMAX gusseted crotch liner Versatile performance for both outer wear and as a base layer Key pocket and double-reinforced waistband with flat draw-chord This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The CW-X original, the CW-X Expert Tight for Women uses patented Conditioning Web technology, providing targeted support to the knee joints and quadriceps. The Expert Tight helps to stabilize your knee joints so they can better absorb the impact of intense sports, keeping you running longer with reduced fatigue and injury.

- Altrec Outdoors

The original CW-X Conditioning Wear® tights offer optimum targeted support to the knee and quadriceps. The patented Kinesio Support Web™ bands muscles and ligaments together to stabilize the knees and surrounding muscles. Targeted variable compression fac

- Teton Village Sports