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Men's Sleeveless Compression Top

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The new 2XU Men's Sleeveless Compression Top offers a refreshing update to the existing men’s top range. The top design has been lengthened and features increased side panels on the garment for improved fit. Powermesh panels have been added for greater breathability and also offers an attractive design feature.


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Product Details

Garment Features

  • High power 70 Denier PWX FLEX supports the shoulders, deltoid, pectoral and core stomach muscles.
  • Deep V neck for improved ventilation and comfort.
  • Powermesh panels for greater breathability in key regions.
  • Flatlock seams to reduce chafe for greater comfort.
  • Powerful Invista LYCRA® for exceptional fit, support and recovery.
  • High filament yarns for dryness – wicks sweat from the skin to the fabric exterior.
  • Antibacterial and UPF50+ sun protection.

Benefits

  • Reduced fatigue through less muscle oscillation
  • Reduced muscle soreness
  • Reduced long-term overuse injuries
  • Greater power output
  • Greater oxygenation of blood for faster recovery
  • Heightened proprioception – awareness of limb placement for agility

Key Difference

  • Sleeveless Compression Top - 70 Denier PWX FLEX fabric to deliver optimal flexibility through the core and shoulders. 
  • Vented Sleeveless Compression Top - Powermesh panels for greater breathability in key regions with 70 Denier PWX FLEX fabric to deliver optimal flexibility through the core and shoulders.

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 ourᅠ size chart below, 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.