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About 2XU Force MCS Training Compression Shorts Black/Gold
The Force Compression Shorts with revolutionary Muscle Containment Stamping (MCS) technology are developed with a detailed understanding of the key muscles and movements used during high-intensity training, reducing muscle movement, damage and fatigue so you can smash your goals at every workout.
MUSCLE CONTAINMENT STAMPING (MCS)
Muscle Containment Stamping (MCS) traces glutes; to aid postural awareness for pelvic and lower back stability, hamstrings; for muscle strain during lifts and squats, and quadriceps; to lower impact during running, jumping and squatting.
DESIGNED TO BE LAYERED
Flat jacquard elastic waistband delivers a smooth, secure feel and allows for easy layering beneath shorts or joggers if required.
LIGHTWEIGHT & FLEXIBLE SUPPORT
Powerful, lightweight PWX fabric with circular knit 360-degree stretch, reduces muscle movement and damage whilst compression boosts blood flow to muscles, improving performance, lowering risk of injury and speeding up recovery.
High quality, durable, moisture-wicking yarns outlast the competition and keep the skin cool and dry.
- Compression short.
- Glute MCS.
- Hamstring MCS.
- Quadriceps MCS.
- PWX highly powerful, lightweight and flexible compression fabric.
- Flat jacquard elastic waistband for easy layering.
- Flatlock seams to reduce chafe.
To best care for 2XU garments:
- Machine wash in cold water with like colours.
- Do NOT Tumble dry.
- Hang to dry in a cool shady area away from sun.
- Do not use bleach, fabric softeners or dryer sheets.
- Do not iron.
About 2XU Brand
2XU stands for "Two Times You," which symbolises the multiplication of human performance.2XU is an Australian/New Zealand multinational corporation engaged in the design, development and selling of sporting apparel including compression garments, triathlon, cycle, running, open water swimming and general fitness wear.Founded in 2005 by Clyde Davenport, Jamie Hunt and Aidan Clarke, the company is headquartered in Melbourne, Victoria.