CW-X Sizing Chart
|Weight||/95-135 lbs||110+135 lbs||110-140 lbs||135-155 lbs||135-180lbs||170-185 lbs||170-195 lbs|
|Weight||130-170 lbs||150-180 lbs||145-190 lbs||175-195 lbs||170-210lbs||200-215 lbs||200-225 lbs|
4.7 out of 5
Excellent for Running
January 16, 2012
The CW-X Pro tights keep everything snug and I definitley notice reduced fatigue when running over 5 miles. My knees and legs don't feel tired as quickly. They also keep me warm on winter days - not sure how that will be for summer. CW-X does what they say it will and I would recommend these for long distance running.
July 12, 2013
One of my favorites, I have five different pairs of compression tights and these might be the best all-rounder very comparable to the stable- x tights. I ride mountain bikes , dirt bikes and my work requires me to walk 10-15 miles a night good support on the lower back and stomach and knees. I'm '5-9" and large fit well. My feet used to kill me at the end of my shift I bought all kinds of foot support with little or no help but when I wore these to work a few times I noticed my feet didn't hurt anymore it must be the increased circulation throughout the legs i guess, oh yeah I wore them under my jeans at work didn't want people gawking at me,lol
Great for long training runs.
March 14, 2011
Mainly using these tights for long (2+ hours) training runs. A little difficult to get on, but stays on pretty well once they are on. Consider racing a marathon in these, but the difficulty of getting them back on if a potty break is needed, makes it unlikely that they will be the choice for the race.Pros: great support, Cons: difficult to get on
Black and Black/ Raspberry Stitch.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size xs, size small, size medium and size large: xs, s, m, l.