2XU was founded and is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia with the philosophy of creating products that enhance the performance. 2XU working with materials and technology that will take you beyond what you thought possible. 2XU has quickly established itself as the most technologically advanced sports brand in the world. Used by numerous world champion, recomended in sports institutes around the world and loved by professional athletes in all different sports, 2XU understands what it takes to be the best. Developed by athletes for athletes.
The 2XU Elite Short Sleeve Compression Top utilizes powerful PWX FLEX and PWX WEIGHT fabrics engineered to wrap and support the upper body and shoulder area to enhance core region strength allowing you to maintain better posture and enhanced breathing while training and competing. The design and cut of this top can be worn discretely during training and competition under uniforms with full mobility. It has a powerful PWX WEIGHT panel from the top of the deltoids to between the shoulder blades / back of shoulder. It is designed to pull your shoulders back, opening your chest and offering maximum postural benefits
Increased muscle compression(suggested high performance benefits.)
UPF 50+ Sun protection
Powerful, breathable + flexible fabrication
Premium moisture management + comfort
Muscle containment for reduced muscle damage
Elite Short Sleeve Compression Top - PWX FLEX fabric to deliver optimal flexibility with PWX WEIGHT fabric in the back panels for additional support
Standard Short Sleeve Compression Top - PWX FLEX fabric to deliver optimal flexibility through the core, upper arms and shoulders
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