2XU Womens MCS Elite Compression Tights

2XU Womens MCS Elite Compression Tights

Brand: 2XU

PRODUCT DETAILS The next generation in 2XU Compression technology - MCS (Muscle Containment Stamping) for targeted compression. MCS is a revolutionary fabric su

  • R 1,800.00


Description

PRODUCT DETAILS

The next generation in 2XU Compression technology - MCS (Muscle Containment Stamping) for targeted compression. MCS is a revolutionary fabric support system traced over key muscle, tendon and fascia groups to focus greater compression power to wrap precise areas and reduce muscle oscillation and damage.

Front panels are engineered with powerful PWX FLEX (70D) fabric combined with MCS focused to the quads. Rear panels are engineered with powerful PWX WEIGHT (105D) fabric for support to the hamstrings and MCS focused to the calf.

GARMENT FEATURES

MCS (Muscle Containment Stamping) - Targeted compression traced over key muscles, tendon and fascia groups

Drawstring waistband for an adjustable secure fit.

Flatlock seams to reduce chafe for greater comfort.

Powerful Invista LYCRA® for exceptional fit, support and recovery.

Antibacterial and UPF50+ sun protection.

High filament yarns for dryness – wicks sweat from the skin to fabric exterior.

KEY DIFFERENCE

MCS Elite Compression Tights :: Utilizes a combination of 70 Denier PWX FLEX and 105 Denier PWX WEIGHT Compression Fabric with Muscle Containment Stamping targeted to trace over key muscles, tendons and fascia groups to focus on greater compression power and recovery.

Standard Compression Tights :: Made from our 70 Denier PWX FLEX fabric to deliver optimal flexibility and movement.

MCS COMPRESSION BENEFITS

PWX Flex (70D) offers powerful compression to abductors, quads and shins. MCS is targeted to quads for ultimate muscle protection. Anatomical mapping ensures maximum containment and support.

PWX Weight (105D) fabric rear panels deliver powerful compression to protect the glut, hamstring and calf muscles. MCS is targeted to the calf for ultimate muscle protection.

Graduated compression increases blood circulation for improved recovery and reduced muscle stiffness post exercise.

Reduced fatigue through less muscle oscillation

Reduced long-term overuse injuries

Faster muscle warm up pre-exercise

Heightened proprioception – awareness of limb placement for agility

 

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