CW-X Men's StabilyX Tights
Fight fatigue and squeeze in one more run with the Men's CW-X StabilyX Tights. Designed to provide optimal support to the core and knees, these tights use kinesiology-taping technology to create an exoskeletal support system. The patented CW-X Support Web brings together the muscles and ligaments of the lower leg to stabilize the knee and reduce vibration. Support Web panels also buttress the lower abdominals, hips and back, to channel power through the core. The compression fabric facilitates circulation, and reduces delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS). They're perfect for runners, skiers, and others looking for knee support and engaging in lateral movements. The tights also have a double-reinforced waistband with flat drawcord, and six reflective flash strips for 360 visibility. Boost your performance the legal way, with the support and efficiency provided by the StabilyX Tights for men from CW-X.
- Material: 80% CoolMax, 20% lycra (body); 80% nylon, 20% lycra (support)
- Double-reinforced waistband with flat drawcord
- Waistband key pocket
- Flat seam construction
- UPF 40+
- Six reflective flash strips
Purchase the CW-X StabilyX Tights for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- January 12 2012
When I received my StabilyX tights in the mail and took them out of the box I thought that they were going to be too short. I am 6'0" tall and weigh 163 lbs. I even called a friend who works at a local running store and asked them about the sizing. She said that they will stretch as you put them on, and they did. They fit great and felt great. I have worn my StabilyX tights twice now for running, (1 -6 mile and 1- 4 mile run.) To my surprise, my hamstrings were a little sore after my second run. I guess I really need these to help support and balance the muscles in my legs. I have seen more and more runners with these tights on at local races. Since I live and run in Minnesota I will have plenty of opportunities to wear my new StabilyX tights not just for running but for cycling as well.