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|
4.9 out of 5
Perfect for training
January 12, 2011
I've bought it for me and my teammates, so far it's great for our training outside during this winter. It had felt a little small for me at the beginning but then it's just got better and I used to it. I recommend it to everybody active!Pros: Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
May 24, 2010
I own several pairs of CWX tights and shorts. These 3/4 tights don't disappoint. They are very supportive and fight fatigue. The tights helped me complete a decathlon I recently competed in. I ordered my size by referring to the CWX sizing chart and fits perfectly.
CW-X is the greatest tights out there.
May 14, 2010
The CW-X Pro 3/4 gives the best support. I run 1/2 marathons & the support during & the recovery afterward is great. I would not wear any other tight. They are worth every penny you pay.
Great running pants
July 27, 2010
This is the first pair of CW-X tights I have purchased and I was not disappointed. I have also purchased 2XU tights but liked the way the CW-X tights felt better. If you are used to 2XU, the sizing is different with CW-X as I had to go a size up from what I am used to with the other brand.
April 07, 2011
I already own the CW-X Stabilyx tight cold weather version (Insulator). I wanted a lighter tight for warmer weather. Because it is thicker and has more areas with stiffer material, I think the Insulator version will be a little more durable. Nevertheless, the "Pro" tight is equally impressive. Before finding CW-X I'd tried other compressive pieces (2XU) and was unimpressed; I thought I could do better with a girdle from the lingerie department. The CW-X tights proved me wrong: the compressive zones target specific areas and the material is extremely tough and supportive. Whether or not they will help athletic performance is unproven but they certainly feel great and that is 90% of recovery. Definitely recommend. I am 5'2" 110 lbs and bought the XS. The XS Stabilyx fits me great (i.e. they are hard to get on but worth it) but the XS Pro is slightly more fitted. I could have gone with size S in the Pro tight. A tight squeeze sure does wonders for the buttissimo, though! Only real con is that I prefer a matte finish, not the shiny lycra look.Pros: durable, Cons: shiny
Flattering and effective compression tights
November 18, 2010
These tights keep my hips and IT band happier during long runs; I was so pleased with them that I have since purchased the insulated pro tights for winter. Along with keeping my muscles in check, these tights also help slim your profile. Nice bonus! I was at the cusp of the sizing chart with my height and weight, and I was glad that I went a size up.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
Worth the Money
December 06, 2009
I am always a bit skeptical about high-end gear like this, but these tights are well worth the money. The difference is noticeable with the way they naturally support your muscles. I have only worn mine twice, once was during a 40 mile ultra marathon and they saved me...Great Buy
April 30, 2010
These tights are excellent. I could tell the difference the first time I wore them. They performed exactly as described and definitely cut down on the fatigue. The shipping time was fast.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size xs, size small, size medium and size large: xs, s, m, l.