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Endure the cold with supportive tights that bring the heat.

Old man winter might try to slap you in the face with some freezing cold weather, but you can just throw on the CW-X Insulator Pro Tights and show him who's boss. Uniquely designed nano-fibers help you maintain a constant skin-surface temperature which, in turn, helps your retain heat that's vital to keeping your core nice and warm. Stretchy and supportive elastic construction provides muscular support and helps these tights dry quickly after a sweaty winter run, hike, or skiing session at the hill.

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Great Support
Great Support

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

These are my first pair of CW-X Tights, They give great Muscle support. And Being Insulated they keep you warm. I am not the type of guy to wear just the tights out in public, So I wear them under some warm up Pants. They also work great under a pair of Snowboarding pants when shredding.

Does anyone know if this pair of CWX tights...

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Does anyone know if this pair of CWX tights is windproof?

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It is not windproof...but it can held out the wind under 25kl/h. 15/6ml/h+- form my experience

What are the differences amongst

CW-X...

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What are the differences amongst

CW-X Performx Tight - Men's
CW-X Expert Tight - Men's
CW-X Stabilyx Tight - Men's
CW-X Pro Tights - Men's

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The support webbing is slightly different on all three. The Pro concentrates on hamstring support, with light knee support, the Stabilyx concentrates on knee alignment, and the Expert is a downgraded version that compromises between the two.