Champions know that support for your muscles and your core during a tri is key, just as the compression aficionados at Australia-based 2XU know this fact well. No strangers to crafting garments that move with you throughout the exhausting phases of the swim, bike, and run legs of a race, 2XU created its Men's Compression Tri Short to keep you cool and supported so you can race your best. Constructed with a 105-denier fabric, the Compression Tri Short was designed to dry as quickly as possible after you swim then continuously wick moisture away from your skin as the temperature rises throughout a race. This fabric also uses a compressive fit to support your hardworking glutes, hamstrings, and abductors as you race, while offering UPF 50+ protection as you spend hours in harsh sunlight. Two rear pockets give you space to store crucial race nutrition while the wide waistband supports your core. Developed specifically for triathlon, the Elite LD chamois uses a thin, yet substantial padding to provide the necessary support while in the saddle, without uncomfortable bulkiness during the swim and run. It's lighter and less cushioned than a cycling-only chamois, so it dries fast and won't leave you on a sodden wad of foam padding for the whole bike leg.
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