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Complementing our Women's Compression Tights and Shorts are the Women's 3/4 Compression Tights.

Boasting benefits on par to 2XU's Compression Shorts but in a 3/4 style, these Tights primarily target the active market as they support key upper leg muscle groups during exercise, leading to reduced muscle fatigue and damage.

By using 2XU's leading circular knit 50 denier fabric, this popular design also has the same features as the rest of the range with UPF50+ sun protection, high strength flat lock stitching, antibacterial qualities, enhanced durability and power.

HIGH GAUGE DENIER

2XU Compression features 50 denier LYCRA? fibre while our competitors use 30/40 denier.  Denier represents the thickness of the yarn. A thicker yarn delivers a stronger compressive power.

CIRCULAR KNIT

2XU Compression garments are the only multipurpose compression garments constructed using a circular high gauge knit structure. This structure delivers an evenly distributed 360 degree stretch compression not achievable in garments with a traditional tricot knit.

Complementing our Women's Compression Tights and Shorts are the Women's 3/4 Compression Tights.

Boasting benefits on par to 2XU's Compression Shorts but in a 3/4 style, these Tights primarily target the active market as they support key upper leg muscle groups during exercise, leading to reduced muscle fatigue and damage.

By using 2XU's leading circular knit 50 denier fabric, this popular design also has the same features as the rest of the range with UPF50+ sun protection, high strength flat lock stitching, antibacterial qualities, enhanced durability and power.

How should my 2XU Compression garments fit?

Your 2XU Compression garment should fit the body snugly and firmly without uncomfortably ‘cutting in’ to the body. If this is the case, you should review your size choice.

For upper body garments, a free range of movement in the shoulders is essential, as is comfort in the underarms.

For specific sizing, please refer to our size chart, taking into consideration that if you’re near the borderline for sizes or you wish to wear your compression garment primarily for recovery purposes, be sure to choose the smaller size where possible.

You will also find some helpful fit-related information in the FAQ section of the website.