CWX Women's Pro Tight

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CWX Pro Tight
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Enhance your workout with the CW-X Pro Tight Bottoms. The ultimate in technical training wear, the Pro Tight supports key muscle groups to dampen vibration, increase blood flow and decrease fatigue so you can go longer and train better. CW-X's parent company manufactures (ahem) Intimate Apparel, so they know how to dial in a killer women's fit. Support for the lower back, knee and hip joints helps to bring them into proper alignment to cut down on the risk of injury. The really amazing thing about the pro tights though is how comfy they are, thanks to CoolMax fabric. You'll love the incredibly moisture management and temperature control they give you, so you can keep going even if the weather changes on you.

Fit:

  • Abdominal support panel - Featured in 3/4 tights, shorts and fit shorts, provides extra core support to the wearer.

Fabric:

  • 80% Nylon / 20% LYCRA 2-way stretch Support Web - Multidirectional stretch fabric exoskeleton supports specific muscles and joints of the legs.
  • 80% COOLMAX / 20% LYCRA 4-way stretch body fabric - Helps to keep the body cool and dry, pulls moisture away from the body and carries it to the outside of the tight.
  • Flat seam construction eliminates abrasion, increases comfort, and enhances fit by reducing bulky seams

Support and Cushioning:

  • Supports leg muscles, reducing fatigue and increasing blood flow
  • Provides lower back and hip support

Waistband:

  • Key pocket and double-reinforced waistband with flat draw cord.

Logo/Graphics:

  • Reflective logo - Increases visibility in low light conditions

Comfort:

  • Women's specific design and pattern - Provides comfort and ease of movement. With COOLMAX gusseted crotch liner.

Features:

  • Reduces impact and load to the leg by bringing the hips, knees, and ankles into proper alignment
  • UPF 40+ sun protection
  • UPF 50+ for UVA/UVB protection
  • Quick-dry moisture movement and evaporation
Campmor
The CW-X Pro Tights for Women are the ultimate in anatomically engineered tights, the CW-X Conditional Web™ exoskeleton that supports leg muscles, increases blood flow, supports your back and hips, and brings your hips and knees into alignment helping to reduce impact and load. Ideal for cool weather running or worn as a base layer during cold weather activities, the Pro Tight delivers targeted support, xcelerated recovery, and UV protection.

Zappos.com
Hit the ground running in the CW-X® Pro Tight.
Gender-specific anatomic construction for better fit and increased comfort.
Support Web™ stabilizes and supports musculature, reduces vibration and channels power to increase performance.
Four-way stretch fabric keeps the body dry by pulling moisture away from the body and carrying it to the surface for accelerated evaporation.
Elastic waist with interior drawstring provides a comfortable and secure fit.
Interior key pocket at front waist.
Targeted variable compression increases circulation and venous return to minimize lactic acid build-up and muscle soreness.
Flat seams reduce chafing and increase comfort.
UPF 50+ rating for protection from the sun during outdoor use.
Reflective logo increases visibility in low-light conditions.
Machine wash cold and line dry in shade.
Eastbay
The CW-X Pro Tight unites the major joints of the leg to offer optimum muscular support for activities with linear movement, such as running and Nordic skiing. The Support Web™ brings the hips, knees and ankles into proper alignment, reducing impact and load to the legs. The Support Web™ also creates a suspension system for the hamstrings and quadriceps, reducing workload in both the pull and push phase of the running motion. Combined with targeted variable compression to increase circulation and reduce fatigue, your muscles don't have to work as hard over time and your legs will feel fresher. 80% CoolMax®/20% Lycra®. Imported.
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Also available for: Men
Back Rise:14 in
Body:80% Coolmax® polyester, 20% Lycra® spandex.
Compression/Loose :Compression
Fit :Anatomic
Front Rise:10 in
Inseam:24 in
Intended Use :Optimum muscular support for activities with linear movement, such as running and Nordic skiing
Leg Opening:6 in
Material :80% Coolmax, 20% Lycra 4-stretch body fabric
Moisture Management :Coolmax removes moisture instantaneously from the body out to the fabric’s outer surface where it evaporates at twice the speed of cotton
Outseam:32 in
Pockets :Key pocket
Primary Season :Spring/Summer
Reflectivity :Reflective logo
Stitching :Flat-seam construction
Support Panel:80% nylon, 20% Lycra® spandex.
Waist Measurement:22 in
Waistband :Double reinforced waistband with flat drawcord
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CWX Pro Tight Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

This is my second pair of CWX tights. I have an older model of the stabilyx. I am nursing a piriformis/hamstring situation and was running a 1/2 marathon 1/30/2010, so wanted as much support as possible. I opted for the "pro" tights, which I love, *HOWEVER*, they have changed the fully gusseted crotch to a "gusseted crotch liner" which translated means there is a significant seam that is, yes, right in the middle of the crotch. I ended up sewing the seam down sideways to create more of a flatlock seam which helped. I ran my 1/2; shaved 8 minutes (!!) off my last PR and am no worse the wear for it, but the design seems poor to me, cause I would think this would be uncomfy for guys as well. The CWX folks have been very responsive to my inquiry and said the power of the stretch and webbing dictated that they not use a full gusset, but they promised to pass my thoguhts on back to the designers. I even posted it to their facebook page. Oh, they did suggest an "undergarment"....I think of running tights like cycling shorts, ummmm, *no* undergarments thankyouverymuch. So anyway, the tights DO help support you, they DO help with fatigue, I LOVE them, but I do wish they'd find a way to go back to the full gusset. Thanks for listening!

vb2350918 at Backcountry.com on 02/08/2010

These tights make me want to run faster. The compression makes your muscles feel like they are being massaged while you run. I am 6 feet tall, 165 lbs and I have a size large. It fits great, but hits a little above the ankles ( can be covered with taller socks). Also the top of the pants are very high, righ at the small of you waist. I have large calves, hips and thighs, but the compression feels just right. You put the tights on like panty hose because they are so tight, but when you run it feels like you are wearing nothing. They keep you warm down to about 20 F and are still comfortable in the 40s. There is a drawstring at the waist (that I don't use) and a little key pocket. Make sure you adjust the tights so that the "X" pattern is just below your knee for support. Love these, I know they will get me running in the cold weather for years to come.

lau3666802 at Backcountry.com on 03/31/2010

I'm 5'3"; 135 lbs; 30" in-seam; with a straight up and down "boyish" figure (no hips). I bought the small and they fit perfectly! When I took them out of the package I didn't think I'd be able to get them over my knees. I was wrong. They were relatively easy to get on and were extremely comfortable. Tie the waiste string to keep them from sliding down. I actually wear them under my ski pants to derive all the same benefits a runner is looking for in these tights... muscle support and fatigue minimization. The only reason I gave these tights 4 stars is because in my opinion they do not minimize fatigue; however, they are a super comfortable tight providing great muscle support. I'm glad I bought them and I'm definately keeping them.

ber3370991 at Backcountry.com on 03/12/2011
Compression pants are magic. Once past the humbling moment of stuffing yourself into tiny pants, they become the most supportive and light thing you will ever wear. Literally, my legs tingle when I wear them, and I've already dropped a minute/mile from my 10K time. The Pro Tights were my first foray - I bought every CW-X model from Zappos (thank you free returns) and found the Pros to be the best for me. Unlike the other models, they have a cross both at the knee and behind the hamstrings, which provides amazing support on hills. I also liked the stiffer fabric which made them feel less prone to snagging. Buying even one pair was a big investment, but I'm so glad I did!
Anonymous at Zappos.com on 04/19/2011
CW-X makes the best compression tights - hands down! Others I have tried do not compare and it eliminates the need for CEPs socks if you wear the full tight. Yes, they are challenging to squeeze into, but honestly only takes less than 30 seconds to achieve success. I run 1/2 & full marathons and love wearing the full tight for my muscles. I went with the Pro Tight this time (I have shorts & ventilator styles) because my lower back gets sore in my last mile or two on my long runs, this tight has seriously helped those muscles with the additional support in that area. Highly recommend these for the serious runner!
Anonymous at Zappos.com on 05/19/2011

Must have for athletes

I had the (black & white) CW-X Expert tights, and loved those. The (navy & black) Pro Tights are even better: they look cooler, and the fit and fabric area little more thick/durable.

I've worn them for marathons, playing soccer, and all my sports activities. Comfortable in both cold and warm weather.

Two minor drawbacks I'd mention:
- The waistband drawstrings are sometimes a pain to do/redo. They are also a little long, so you always have to tuck them away.
- The pants are (supposed to be) tight, so if you wear them all day, you can get marks on your legs in the pattern of the tights.
The Nerd Runner at Paragon Sports on 02/02/2008

I definitely will buy this product again

I am a walker/slow runner and participate in half marathons throughout the year. This product is the best item I have ever bought for my activity. They are so comfortable, and the support it provides is amazing. I have a torn ACL that is mostly healed but I still have to have something supporting that knee, and these support it more than I ever imagined possible. So far I haven't found anything "wrong" with these tights. I have worn them in cold and warm weather and they seem to "adjust" to whatever the conditions are. They are terrific and I recommend them to anyone.
Hell on Wheels at Paragon Sports on 03/03/2008

After owning a pair of 3/4 length CW-X expert tights, I decided to give the full length tights a go....and I couldn't be happier. They really do feel good to run in. I don't have any dire injury problems, but I do like the idea these tights could be helping to prevent possible issues arising.
Be careful with sizing....at 5 and ~140lbs I was in between small and medium. I went with the small, and they're snug (which is how they are supposed to be) but I can still get them on without much of a problem.
They're expensive, but a worthwhile investment!

Wendy McAlpine at Backcountry.com on 09/11/2010

I finally bit the bullet and dropped the BIG BUCKS for these tights. I wish I'd done it sooner. I am 5'8" and weigh 135 lbs. I have a 32" inseam and the small fit me perfectly. Yes, they're tight but that's the point! I spend a lot of time hiking up mountains in search of those untacked lines and these tights just make it easier. I'm not moving any faster but at the end of the day I don't feel as fatigued. So if you're balking at the price...DON"T. Add these babies to your wardrobe and don't look back!

solnt0072170187 at Backcountry.com on 02/04/2010

Got these tights in Blk size XS. I'm 5'0" and it's hard to find tights that accommodate short muscle legs but these tights have such an amazing fit! I can tell they have stretch to fit someone who slightly is taller as well (refer to specs). Ran in 15 degrees the other morning and these tights kept me nice and warm. They also have a nice tight hold on your muscles which feels like they help to keep your stride in line. Very happy w/ this purchase.

Bottoms Up at Backcountry.com on 12/28/2010

Negative Reviews:

They did not fit.

I ordered a pair of medium size tights based on the sizing chart on the CW-X and Paragon websites. The chart bases sizes on weight and height rather than waist width measurements. This is misleading. Even though I fell within the weight and height range given for the medium size tights, they were way too small. On a different website, I saw a more descriptive sizing chart which gives the waist width of each size of CW-X tights. Paragon should post a more accurate sizing chart.
Kim the runner at Paragon Sports on 07/07/2010

Neutral Reviews:

These Are Tights Alright!

I have a couple pairs of the lower end model of these CW-X tight and a couple of pairs of the 1/2 tight so I decided to upgrade this time. IMO not worth the extra $$$. I like them but the Expert version is just as good. I first started wearing CW-X cause I had an ACL on my right knee and was looking for extra support. Overall I like the brand but don't think the Pro tights do much more than the Expert and they feel really tight compared to the Expert also.
D B at Paragon Sports on 03/03/2008