Athletic Compression Shorts
- 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 shorts for sporting activities where you want shorts that fit perfectly and give you the extra support that will make you break the records. This top reduces muscle vibration and strain and helps to remove lactic acid.
- Two-way stretch
- Shape retention
- Anatomical fit
- Sculpting effect
- Excellent coverage
- Chlorine resistant
- Excellent breathability
- Moisture wicking
- Quick-dry fabric
- Glued seamless leg hem
- Pilling resistant
- Odor reducing
- 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
Difference between Compression Shorts and underwear
One of the main reasons people wear compression shorts during workouts and sports activities is they are more comfortable than underwear. Regular underwear is known to the bunch, rub, tear and chafe — all making a workout somewhat uncomfortable. Compression shorts will eliminate all of those discomforting actions. Also, compression shorts will keep everything in place! You should definitely choose compression gear that is made from high-quality materials, such as those from ZeroPoint Compression. Some materials that can be used to make compression gear have been known to cause irritation.
Regular underwear has been known to allow unwanted movement that can be especially irritating for men. Wearing regular underwear is probably fine if you’re just sitting in a coffee shop or at the office; however, if you are engaging in strenuous exercises or sports, you want to make sure that everything is “kept in place”. Compression shorts can actually help reduce the possibility of those awkward injuries.
One of the main benefits of compression gear is that it will help you recover faster from either a workout or an injury. Compression does this by improving your circulation and stabilizing your muscles — each of these are proven factors to speed up recovery. Also, compression shorts work on your hips and thighs, which are areas that need the most support after a workout.
Temperature Regulation and Breathability
Compression shorts can also help you regulate your body temperature. You can eliminate that chilly feeling you may experience prior to a workout, especially in colder climates. And advanced compression gear can help you keep your body at a comfortable temperature, especially when you throw in sweat.
Stefan Grannas –
Good, for summer skiing
Have never tried compression shorts before – should have done that years ago. Really comfortable and useful – used so far in cycling and gym training.
Excellent. It works very well, very good compression.
Paul Waye –
I actually use these in winter under baggier tights. Works well. (Full disclosure, I was gifted these but the words and view are my own)