Run faster without overheating! TWYCE G2 RUN SHORTS MEN from the X-BIONIC 4.0 generation offer you the largest cooling surface of all X-BIONIC running shorts. They perfectly equip running enthusiasts to maintain high activity in warm weather. Your first advantage is the patented, award-winning and unprecedentedly effective ThermoSyphon System, the next generation of the 3D Bionic Sphere System at the front. Its complex 3D structures and Y-shaped elements maximize air exchange. It cools when you sweat and warms you when you're cold – and it achieves these heating and cooling effects faster and more efficiently than ever. Your second advantage: this precisely crafted functional wear for runners is manufactured in Retina ultra-high-definition quality. You can feel the difference in the highly effective density, the intensive functional transmission and the precisely defined functional zones. The shorts include a practical back pocket.
3D-Bionic Sphere System
Leaves residual moisture on the skin that the body does not interpret as dampness. We have no sensors for sweat. We can only perceive sweat mechanically once drops form and begin to trickle down. Only at that point do we register “wet”. Sweat Traps absorb this moisture before it is felt, drawing it away to be evaporated and disposing of it through thermal dynamics. Only a thin film of moisture remains on the skin. Cooling is of course not possible without moisture.
The patented ThermoSyphon structure adds an extra dimension to the special properties of the 3D Bionic Sphere system: Y-shaped elements support natural thermodynamics and thus improve sweat management.
The Air-Conditioning Channel is a ventilation system of channels that flow around the body, continuously carrying away moisture and warmth. This allows for fresh air circulation for more performance improvement.
The highly elastic active waistband ensures a secure fit and support without restricting or hindering movement.
The ideally designed, ergonomically optimised waistband with a higher cut in the back keeps the garment in place even during constant movements.
Innerlap AirConditioning Zone
In terms of muscle performance, the inner thigh is less reactive to cold. We all instinctively know this: When our hands are cold, we put them between our thighs to warm them up, helping us re-establish our overall sense of warmth more quickly. The Innerlap AirConditioningZone has been placed in this area. It is a finely knit fabric mesh with zero insulation. Cooling therefore occurs initially through the exchange of air. As soon as sweat has started to evaporate, the cooling process steps it up a notch since the activation system lies directly next to the skin.
Trap perspiration before you start to feel it. Wick perspiration away so it can evaporate using heat dynamics. A film of perspiration – too thin to be noticeable – is left behind to cool the skin.
Twyce Cool Zone
In the chest area, back area and under the armpits. Hydrophilic and hydrophobic fibres absorb excess sweat from the 3D-BionicSphere system, transfer it and allow it to evaporate over a wide area to help keep you cool.
Partial Kompression by X-Bionic utilises the advantages of compression without neglecting to cool. During sports activities, body warmth is created. In extreme situations up to 1,200 watts worth. Up to 90 % of this is released by the athlete from the skin to maintain a body temperate of 37 °C. X-BIONIC Partial Kompression applies targeted pressure on 1mm wide ridges. Left and right of the ridge is a compression-free area where compression could have a negative effect on blood circulation to the skin. In this way, the blood flow through veins and capillaries remain unimpeded. Partial Kompression uses the skin as a surface for cooling and, thus, can take advantage of the body’s personal micro-climate for optimising performance.
The targeted insulation of individual body areas against ambient cold can prevent the body from cooling down. For this reason, ISO pads over the hip bones store the necessary body heat to maintain the function of the internal organs.