If you're already wearing Blue Seventy's TX2000 shorts then you know just how many features have been packed into such as simple piece of clothing. If you aren't, then we think you should give them a try. Complete your look by pairing your shorts with a singlet of the same pedigree. Blueseventy's TX2000 Women's Singlet provides the same graduated compression, thinnest possible fabric, a Coldblack finish, and fit that's nearly unrivaled.
Starting at the front panel, Blueseventy used its UVX fabric for the construction of the TX2000. This material features a 210g/m2 fiber weight that places it near that of dedicated compression fabrics. However, Blueseventy opted to keep the weight of the material down in order to retain the full range of motion that's necessary for the varied shoulder locomotion of triathlon. The singlet features graduated compression. This means that the singlet is tighter at the bottom hem, gradually easing its constriction towards its approach to the heart.
Although the singlet is under $100, Blueseventy took it through a series of expensive processes. Starting with the fabric treatment, the TX2000 features Coldblack finish. Essentially, this treatment reflects the sun's infrared heat rays, significantly reducing heat absorption. In fact, the differences between fabrics with Coldblack and those without it are staggering. Those with Coldblack reflect up to 80% of the sun's radiant energy, while those without it absorb up to 90%. Incidentally, it also blocks UV rays at a minimum of protection level of 30 UPF. But, Blue Seventy didn't stop there. The UVX has been given a calendered finish. This process involves folding the raw fabric in half, and passing it under rollers at high temperatures and pressures. As a result, the surface of the material is made smoother, while the fabric's density is decreased. Accordingly, UVX has a minimal absorption rate, while breathability is enhanced due to its airy composition. Aiding breathability, Blueseventy incorporated a rear panel that's been constructed from Velo Mesh. You'll find that thermo-regulation is consistently managed within the jersey. The reason for this is rather simple, as the back naturally serves as an evacuation point for excess body heat and perspiration.
However, you'll find that this inset design also lends itself to the overall fit of the singlet. Accordingly, the design allows for the full locomotion that's required of the arms, shoulders, and lats. The singlet features a half-length front zipper. You won't have to worry about your "girls" being supported, as the TX2000 includes an internal shelf bra. For storage of your race nutrition, Blueseventy also included an ample-sized rear pocket.
The Blueseventy TX2000 Singlet is available in six sizes from X-Small to X-Large and in the colors Black/purple, Black/black, Blue, and Black.