Base Compression S/S Top
NZ$100.00
Item No: WA2269a

Base Compression S/S Top

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Womens Item No: WA2269a
NZ$100.00
The 2XU Compression Short Sleeve Top is a versatile training shirt that can be worn as a base layer or on its own for all activities that require postural control and upper body support. Powerful, lightweight and designed to provide an unrestricted range of motion.
The 2XU Compression Short Sleeve Top is a versatile training shirt that can be worn as a base layer or on its own for all activities that require postural control and upper body support. Powerful, lightweight and designed to provide an unrestricted range of motion.

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The 2XU Short Sleeve Compression Top is engineered for muscle containment and supporting the upper body, shoulders and core region allowing better maintenance of posture, improved breathing and agility while training and competing. Constructed to provide power and muscle protection while being flexible to ensure unrestricted mobility. The design and cut of this top with mesh panels provides maximum breathability and strength to the core of the body.

  • Graduated compression engineered to promote maximum blood flow
  • Faster pre-exercise muscle warm up
  • Reduced fatigue through less muscle oscillation
  • Reduced muscle soreness
  • Reduced long-term overuse injuries
  • Greater power output
  • Heightened proprioception – awareness of limb placement for agility

Garment Features

  1. High power PWX FLEX supports bicep, tricep, forearm, deltoid, pectoral and core stomach muscles.
  2. Raglan sleeve construction for unrestricted movement.
  3. Mesh panels for greater breathability in key regions.
  4. Flatlock seams to reduce chafe for greater comfort.
  5. Powerful Invista LYCRA® for exceptional fit, support and recovery.
  6. High filament yarns for dryness – wicks sweat from the skin to the fabric exterior.
  7. Antibacterial and UPF50+ sun protection.

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