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Stretch and support as you snake through the trees.

You're on mile 12 of the epic 24-mile Berryman Trail and the CW-X Men's Endurance Generator Tights is there with you, providing extra stability with every twist and turn in the winding trail. The EXO-Stretch body fabric offers four-way stretch support as it wicks away moisture and gives UV protection. The kicker here is CW-X's patented Support Web (80% nylon, 20% Lycra two-way stretch), which helps the muscles and ligaments band together to stabilize the knee and core joints. Additionally, the Support Web provides extra support to lower abdominal, hips, and back, provides a suspension system for the hamstring, and offers gentle and continuous support to both the medial and lateral head of the gastrocnemius in the calf. What it can't do is make you stop thinking about the burger and shake you'll get when you are off trail.

  • Support Web 2-way stretch
  • EXO-Stretch 4-way stretch body fabric
  • UPF 50+
  • Flat seam construction
  • Key pocket
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Great for winter runs and skiing

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Size Bought: Large

I went a long time with out running for exercise so when I started running regularly again I found that I often had knee pain half way through my run. These have helped cut down on that a lot. They also help with muscle soreness in my shins afterward. They're very insulating but could be more wind resistant in my opinion. I also use them for skiing and I've noticed that I can ski hard much longer before I start getting muscle soreness.

I'm 6'2" and 200lbs and the large work perfectly. Remember these don't go on like normal pants and are supposed to be very tight.

Look Great

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: True to size

I gave these as a gift and the owner loves them. The fit was spot on based on the size chart and the support is great. The color is actually stitched in and looks great in person.

Is the hamstring suspension new or different...

Is the hamstring suspension new or different than what the stabilyx tights, or revolution tights provide? How is the weight/thickness of the endurance generator tight in comparison to the same two? Best for what temps?

The Endurance Generator tights use the technology of the Stabilyx and Pro Targeted Support Webs. The fabric is a 2 way stretch 80% Coolmax and 20% Lycra for the support and a 4way stretch 70% Polyester and 30 % Spandex for the body of the tights for comfort. Endurance Generator tights support the hips, back and lower abdominals to stabilize the core and knees, while providing targeted support to the hip flexors, hamstrings, quadriceps and calves to further stabilize the knee joints. As for the temperature, that depends on the person.

Great for hilly marathons

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

After having knee trouble training for this fall's marathons, I saw ads for CW-X Endurance Generator tights. I used in two hilly marathons including the Flying Monkey that has over 7,200 feet of elevation change.

The results; No knee pain, minimal muscle cramping and quick recovery time.

The only change I would ask for as a guy is just black. I got lots of comments on the colored swirls from my running friends.

Otherwise, a wonderful product.

Great for hilly marathons

They are just jealous! You look great. :)

you look awesome!!

i'm goin to get a pair of those!

are they for cold or heat weather??

Unbelievable Leg Support!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I bought these new CW-X tights a few weeks ago for fall Trail running and had to come back here to review them. I am blown away how supportive these new CW-X tights are. I've worn the Stabilyx tights in the past that have good knee support. But these new versions have knee support and full leg muscle support as well. I definitely feel the difference when running for longer than 5 miles. My hips, knees, and hamstrings are much happier with these new CW-X tights than without. Also less swelling and quicker muscle recovery after my runs. They are expensive, but so worth it! I run an average of 30-40 miles per week, so I hope these hold up as well as my Stabilyx tights that I've had for over 5 years. I highly recommend these new Generator CW-X tights. Make sure you check the sizing on the CW-X site before buying. These need to fit correctly.

Thank you! I was wondering how they compared to the Stabilyx tights.

Hi, are this for cold o hot weather run??

thank you!