The Men's X-VENT Full Zip Trisuit from 2XU is constructed from SBR Power fabric with Sensor Mesh made from 70D Elastane and Nylon yarns and Ice X Technology to keep you cool and dry, support muscles and help reduce fatigue. Features include a quick drying LD chamois that helps you stay dry and comfortable on the bike and 3 rear pockets that give you ample storage for your energy gels. The high performance X-VENT is perfect for those who need a Trisuit that provides a competitive edge while ensuring superior comfort.
- SBR Power fabric with Sensor Mesh made from 70D Elastane and Nylon yarns to support muscles and help reduce fatigue
- Ice X Technology uses Xylitol and high filament yarns to keep you cool and dry
- UV reflectors reflect sunlight to help keep you cool
- Quick dry fabric
- Fabric cooling technology
- LD Chamois
- Flatlock stitching
- 3 rear pockets
- Anti-chafe construction
- Silicone free Y Elastic Grip on short
- Front full-zip
2XU is driven by a relentless mission to advance human performance through the development of world-leading athletic garments.
Launched in January 2005, 2XU graced the skin of multiple World Champion athletes in its first year, and has gone on to forge powerful alliances with athletes across the globe in numerous sports, including triathlon, cycling, NBA, swimming, netball, AFL, soccer NRL, NFL and, of course, running.
The effects of compression are three-fold: Firstly, it improves performance by holding your muscles firmly in place, reducing muscle fatigue and giving you an increased awareness of body position – helping you to maintain good form. Secondly, it reduces the risk of injury by promoting faster muscle warm-up, minimising muscle oscillation and micro tearing. And in the case of compression tights, which squeeze the ankle tight and gradually apply less pressure going up the leg, it reduces the risk of deep vein thrombosis and blood pooling. Thirdly, it helps you recover faster by reducing swelling and improving blood flow to muscles, accelerating the drainage of harmful toxins built up during exercise.