- Increased blood circulation, thus more oxygen to muscles
- Helps to relieve pain from muscle stiffness and soreness
- Reduces the time taken for muscles to repair themselves
- Keeps the muscles warm to prevent muscle strain
- Light support for muscles and joint stabilization
Choose these 2/3 compression tights for sport activities where you want pants that fit perfectly and give you the little extra support you wish for. These tights reduce muscle vibration and strain and help to remove lactic acid.
- Two-way stretch
- Shape retention
- Anatomical fit
- Sculpting effect
- Excellent coverage
- Sweat, sun cream, oil and chlorine resistant
- Excellent breathability
- Quick-dry fabric
- Glued seamless leg hem
- Pilling resistant
- Odor reducing
- Gusset lining
- Reflective elements
Materials & care
78% ECONYLⓇ / 22% LYCRAⓇSport
The fabric is made of ECONYLⓇ-yarn. A yarn 100% regenerated from waste materials. Reinforced with LYCRAⓇSport technology ensuring your gear has the correct fibre stretch and top performance. 100% free from harmful substances.
- Wash in 40°C
- Do not iron, bleach, dry clean or tumble dry
- No need for fabric softeners
What is the difference between yoga pants and compression tights?
One of the first things that may come to mind is that there really is no difference as both types of clothing are very tight and form fitting. While that is true, there are some basic differences that go beyond just the look of the pants.
Compression is actually a technical term for garments that provide “graduated” levels of compression: more compression the further away from the heart. This type of compression improves blood circulation, increase oxygenation, support muscle movement and reduce muscle vibration. Originally, compression wear had medical applications — they were used to alleviate the symptoms and issues surrounding venous conditions including varicose veins and deep vein thrombosis. Compression gear migrated from medical to athletics due to the fact that one of the main benefits of compression gear is the increased circulation. Compression gear can reduce the possibility of soreness and swelling through the higher circulation rate. The reduction of recovery time is important to athletes, along with the overall performance enhancing traits.
So, what is the difference between yoga pants and compression tights? Yoga pants do not provide the “graduated” compression that gives wearers those benefits of increased circulation. Essentially, you can wear compression tights instead of yoga pants to get the many benefits of compression and still have the freedom of movement needed for yoga.