2XU Elite MCS Thermal Compression 3/4 Tights - Women's

2XU Elite MCS Thermal Compression 3/4 Tights - Women's
$129.95
Elite MCS Thermal Compression 3/4 Tights - Women's by 2XU
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2XU Elite MCS Thermal Compression 3/4 Tights - Women's

Engineered for cool-weather rides and endurance activities, the 2XU Women's Elite MCS Thermal Compression 3/4 Tights provide thermal warmth and targeted compression. Because they're only 3/4-length tights, these work best with compression socks or leg warmers, allowing you to customize your warmth through wildly fluctuating temperatures and milder winter conditions. Featuring 2XU's next-generation Muscle Containment Stamping (MCS) for targeted compression over key muscle, tendon, and fascia groups, these 3/4-length tights reduce muscle oscillation and damage. It's especially useful for athletes looking for explosive power and long-distance stamina, maximizing support for all-out bursts and long-duration efforts. PWX Flex Thermal (70D) fabric adds warmth during freezing cold rides and workout sessions. The tights' high filament yarns promote moisture-wicking for a pleasantly dry feel when you're perspiring. Its flat waistband won't chafe or cut into your skin, while flatlock seams sit smoothly against your body to prevent irritation. Other key features include a UPF 50+ rating to ensure protection from harmful UV rays, as well as an antimicrobial treatment that resists odor-causing microbes.

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Arches National Park is known for its' remarkable natural red sandstone arches. With over 2,000 catalogued arches that range in size from a three-foot opening, to Landscape Arch which measures 306 feet from base to base, the park offers the largest concentration of natural arches in the world.
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