CW-X Men's Ventilator Tights
The first of its kind, the CW-X Ventilator Tight for Men is a warm weather conditioning tight designed improve circulation and reduce heat fatigue. Conditioning Web technology helps muscles and ligaments band together to stabilize knee joints, provide continuous support to muscles, and increase circulation. Strategically placed Ventilator panels help reduced excess heat and keep you cool so you can perform your best. The ideal 4-season tight, the Ventilator delivers targeted support, xcelerated recovery, and UV protection.
- 80% nylon, 20% Lycra® 2-way stretch Targeted Conditioning Web™
- 80% Coolmax®, 20% Lycra® 4-way stretch body fabric
- Quick-dry moisture movement and evaporation
- UPF 40+ sun protection
- Built-in air conditioning through stretch mesh Ventilator panels in the quadriceps and calf muscle areas of the legs reduce excess heat build-up and heat fatigue
- Flat seam construction eliminates abrasion, increases comfort, and enhances fit by reducing bulky seams
- Reflective logo for low light visibility
- Versatile performance for both outwear and as a base layer
- Key pocket and double-reinforced waistband with flat drawcord
Purchase the CW-X Ventilator Tights for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- March 2 2011
CW-X Ventilator Tight
I wear these for officiating basketball and they provide significantly more support than Under Armour Heat Gear. The ventilation openings are also great as I noticed my quads and calves don't overheat.
- April 24 2011
After practice a few weeks ago I ran for the first time in these tights. They are very supportive and my legs did not feel fatigued after the short run (3 miles). If I had one complaint, it would be that they would not stay in position during the run. The part of the tight that is suppose to be supporting my knee was shifted lower. I have muscular thighs for 5'9'' frame so that could be the culprit.
- November 25 2010
Does what it is supposed to
Was looking for something that provides more than just compression to the musculature of the legs -- this seems to provide some specific guidance for the muscles of the lower extremities.