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- CW-X Women's Size Chart
- You have an appetite for running. Go eat up some miles in the sleek Pro 3/4 Tight.
- Gender-specific anatomic construction.
- Coolmax® fabric moves perspiration away from the body and through the fabric for rapid evaporation and cooling.
- Lycra® spandex provides muscle support and four-way stretch for a wider range of movement.
- UPF 50+ fabric helps protect your skin during outdoor activity by blocking harmful Ultraviolet A and Ultraviolet B rays (UVA and UVB).
- Support Web™ exoskeleton delivers muscle and joint support and stabilization.
- Double-reinforced waist with interior drawstring provides a secure fit.
- Abdominal support panel provides extra core support.
- Interior key pocket.
- Flat seams reduce chafing and increase comfort.
- Reflective elements increase visibility in low-light conditions.
- Body: 80% Coolmax® polyester, 20% Lycra® spandex.
Support Panel: 80% nylon, 20% Lycra® spandex.
- Machine wash warm, line dry.
- Waist Measurement: 22 in
- Outseam: 27 in
- Inseam: 18 in
- Front Rise: 10 in
- Back Rise: 14 in
- Leg Opening: 10 in
- Product measurements were taken using size SM, inseam 18. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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CW-X Pro 3/4 Tight
Average rating is 5 out of 5 from a total of 56 reviews.
Top Positive Review
3 people found this review helpful.
OMG. I thought I was going to faint from the heat while wearing these tights! They were very difficult to get on. I ordered medium, which is the right size for me. On the upside, they are very well made; outstanding quality. I own several pairs of CW-X tights. However, I will keep these Pro Tights for the fall and winter. I should be pounds lighter by then too, so they won't be so unbearably tight.Read more » « Show less August 1, 2011 by Anonymous
Top Critical Review
2 people found this review helpful.
I bought received size. I'm 5'9", 150 lbs. They were way too tight. Maybe if I had a half hour a day to put these things on, but I don't. Sending back. The Skins, size L seemed to fit better, they are snug enough. I understand the compression technology, but really though, too much compression can not be a good thing.Read more » « Show less December 3, 2011 by Deborah C
OMG. I thought I was going to faint from the heat while wearing these tights! They were very difficult to get on. I ordered medium, which is the right size for me. On the upside, they are very well made; outstanding quality. I own several pairs of CW-X tights. However, I will keep these Pro Tights for the fall and winter. I should be pounds lighter by then too, so they won't be so unbearably tight.
I'd also recommend: Mizuno
- Anonymous - customer
- from Upstate New York
- August 1, 2011
Love these work out pants. Very flattering. They run small, though, so I recommend going up a size. They have a sheen to them - not matte finish - which I think is more flattering.
- Anonymous - customer
- from NY, NY
- July 13, 2010
Definitely worth the money; helps support the back and (how to say this politely?) booty area, and since I am not slim in the upper thigh, this area also. Makes a huge difference in distance runs; like running in a well-made, stylish girdle. I definitely feel less leg fatigue and think the knee support is helpful. The fit is tight, but the fabric is thick so it isn't unflattering. My only tiny criticism is that the tightness of the fabric makes them very susceptible to snagging; would not recommend these for trail running, just because they are so expensive getting a hole in them is somewhat traumatic.
I'd also recommend: NB compression tights
- K. E - customer
- from Alexandria, VA
- July 28, 2009
Superb running tight/capri - I am a recreational runner (less than 10 miles a week). I suppose I don't really need performance gear, but thought I'd try these anyway. This tight is all it claims to be! Exceptional support with construction that actually DOES decrease muscle fatigue and soreness. I bought my first pair of tights, wore them for a run since I had just gotten them, and had a really "good" run, not considering why that may have been. Later I realized the difference was the tights. I ran further, faster and was less tired after. Now I will not run without them. I have the regular tights, the winter insulated version and just purchased the capris for warmer weather. I think they are very expensive, but they feel so good and help so much, they are truly worth the price. My original pair also seems to be holding up well. I wash in the machine with everything else, but "line dry" them. I highly recommend this product.
- Carol A - customer
- from California
- April 13, 2008
Super Tights! I bought these for my first marathon with the hopes that it might provide any relief whatsoever to either or both of my knees. I'd been suffering from IT band issues, high mileage knee pain, and shin splints. I ran 26.2 in these babies and I didn't feel any of those pains. After months of training I'm sure that these were the solution to my high mileage pain. I would recommend these to any high mileage runner or knee intensive athlete. They're FANTASTIC!!!
I'd also recommend: More CW-X products!
- Julia - customer
- from Connecticut
- March 23, 2008