CW-X I never knew until today when I saw a girl running with a very interesting pair of tights on. Wacoal Sports Science dedicates CW-X® to people everywhere in the world who love the exhilaration and challenge of sports. Because to celebrate sports is to celebrate what's best in human beings. Japan's Wacoal Corp. (NASDAQ: WACLY), the world's largest manufacturer of intimate apparel, has spent half a century creating clothing born of a deep understanding of the body. Combining its scientific knowledge of the human anatomy with its experience in complex fabrications and apparel design, the company first entered the performance sports apparel market in Japan in 1991 with CW-X® Performance Conditioning Wear. Recently the company launched the CW-X® brand in the US market through the newly formed Wacoal Sports Science Corp. Wacoal Sports Science Corporation, headquartered in New York City, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Wacoal International. The company's mission is to meet the sports performance needs of the active US consumer through the CW-X brand, the world's first truly anatomically-engineered high performance sports apparel.
There's so much to this product/products it's hard to sum it all up.
They make all types of workout gear for all types of sports.
CW-X® Patented Conditioning Web™ technology provides
Targeted Support and Xcelerated Recovery.
The Conditioning Web™ provides targeted support to specific
muscles and joints in the body where it is needed most.
The targeted variable compression technology of CW-X®'s
patented Conditioning Web™ facilitates circulation and venous return,
minimizing lactic acid build-up and muscle soreness duringand after activity.
CW-X® products provide UVA/UVB sun protection. The UPF rating indicates how much of the sun's UV radiation
is absorbed by the fabric. A UPF rating of 50 allows 1/50th of the sun's UV
radiation to pass through it. This means that the fabric would reduce skin's UV
radiation exposure by 50 times where it's protected by the fabric.
The genius at the heart of CW-X® is an obedience to the
structure of the body, made possible by two extraordinary fibers: LYCRA® and
COOLMAX®. COOLMAX® is the fastest drying fabric known to man.It moves moisture
instantaneously from the body out to the fabric's outer surface where it
evaporates at twice the speed of cotton. So with CW-X® Conditioning Wear®, you
remain cool at even the highest temperatures. When less energy goes toward
cooling the body, more energy is left to help you excel. LYCRA®, on the other
hand, possesses the unique ability to stretch yet retain its shape. UPF 40+ for
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