If you were to compile a list of all of you triathlon apparel wants, you'd essentially be describing the attributes of the Blueseventy TX2000 Singlet. Yes, we're being completely serious. In fact, we're still struggling with how Blueseventy was able to produce this for under 100. It has graduated compression, the thinnest possible fabric, a Coldblack finish, and fit that's nearly unrivaled. What more could you possibly want' Starting at the front panel, Blueseventy used its UVX fabric for the construction of the TX2000. This material features a 210gm2 fiber weight that places it near that of dedicated compression fabrics. However, Blueseventy opted to keep the weight of the material down in order to retain the full range of motion that's necessary for the varied shoulder locomotion of triathlon. But, Blueseventy did still construct the fabric with a graduated design. This means that the singlet is tighter at the bottom hem, gradually easing its constriction towards its approach to the heart. As a result, blood flow is enhanced, amounting in a reduction of muscle fatigue. Additionally, Blueseventy underwent costly process to produce this singlet. Starting with the fabric treatment, the TX2000 features what's known as a Coldblack finish. Essentially, this treatment reflects the sun's infrared heat rays, significantly reducing heat absorption. In fact, the differences between fabrics with Coldblack and those without it are staggering. Those with Coldblack reflect up to 80% of the sun's radiant energy, while those without it absorb up to 90%. Incidentally, it also blocks UV rays at a minimum of protection level of 30 UPF. However, Blueseventy made even more advances towards thermo regulation and moisture management by giving UVX a calendered finish. This process involves folding the raw fabric in half, and passing it under rollers at high temperatures and pressures. As a result, the surface of the material is made smoother, while the fabric's density is decreased...