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2XU Men's Compression Tri Singlet $0.00
Faster in water and on land.
The 2XU Compression Tri Singlet has been masterfully engineered in order to provide the ultimate in race-day singlets. With the benefits of innovative compression technology, a cutting-edge fabric selection, and a fit that's second-to-none, the Compression Tri Singlet delivers an unrivaled competitive edge, whether on land or in the water.
Starting with the Tri Singlet's fabric composition, 2XU constructed the main body from its 105D/CK fabric. We know, we're not fans of titles filled with seemingly arbitrary numbers and letters, either. So, let's make some sense of this fabric. Basically, the '105D' stands for 105 denier. What's a denier? Simply put, a denier is a unit of measure for the weight of a fabric. Technically speaking, it measures a fabric's grams-per-9000-meters. And while a typical recovery compression piece features a material choice around 200 deniers and up, the Tri Singlet uses a lighter, less constricting 105 denier fabric. This means, that you still receive a focused, graduated compression, but the most direct gains are made through limiting muscle oscillation. So, whether you're getting slapped by wakes, getting rattled in the saddle, or pummeled by your pounding on the pavement, the 105D/CK fabric provides an enhanced level of muscle support that will minimize fatigue.
And on the subject of fatigue, we'll jump into the main draw of the Tri Singlet, its compressive qualities. You hear the term 'compression' thrown out there often. However, its true meaning, especially for race-day applications, is typically shrouded in ubiquity. So, forget what you've heard about lactic acid suppression, and enter into the world of enhanced blood circulation. Without getting too scientific, 2XU designed the Tri Singlet to have different strengths of compression in accordance to a position's distance from the heart. So, the further from the heart, the stronger the fabric compression, and the closer to the heart, the lower the compression. Basically, this design places a pressure on the veins and arteries that forces the circulatory system to work faster. Accordingly, your muscles receive more oxygen, and thus muscle fatigue is thoroughly reduced, while power outputs and thresholds are increased.
Not surprisingly, while the aforementioned attributes would be enough for most to call it a day, 2XU was just getting started. For the actual fit of the Tri Singlet, 2XU approached the cut with an anatomic, multi-paneled, and contoured designed. This means that the panels are meant to support specific muscle groups, while the shape perfectly conforms to the male body throughout the various motions of a triathlon. Additionally, 2XU placed an engineering focus on limiting the detrimental fatigue caused by the heat of the sun. What it came up with is its ICE X fabric. This material is capable of reducing body temperatures by around five degrees Fahrenheit, while maintaining a dark color. So, in difficult conditions, your core temperature will remain cooler, and your perspiration will quickly evaporate.
For storage of race-day essentials, the Tri Singlet features a rear pocket.
The 2XU Compression Tri Singlet is available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black/black and Indigo/cloudy blue.
(78.7 - 88.9cm)
(88.9 - 96.5cm)
(96.5 - 104.1cm)
(104.1 - 111.8cm)
(111.8 - 121.9cm)
(121.9 - 129.5cm)
(129.5 - 134.6cm)
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
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This is exactly what I am looking for: But, is there anyway you might have an extra-small? Will the 'small compression fit' accommodate my petite upper body?