- 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 compression tights for sporting activities where you want tights that fit perfectly and give you the extra support that will make you break the records. 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
- 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
Check Out The Benefits of Athletic Compression Clothing
If you watch just about any professional sport, you will have seen the athletes sporting compression wear — everything from sleeves to socks and shirts and shorts. Compression wear has received many accolades from both manufacturers and athletes touting how athletic compression clothing can help recovery, increase blood circulation and more, all to improve performance. And so, if you are a recreational gym-goer, you may have some questions surrounding compression garments.
Compression wear is usually designed with a blend of nylon and spandex, and is engineered to be stretchy, and yet maintain its structure. Compression wear has been used by the medical field for many years, as these items will apply pressure to specific body areas to promote blood flow, decrease swelling and assist in the overall healing and recovery process.
It was from this medical background that athletic compression clothing came about. Compression garments were often given to patients suffering from vein disease or recovering from surgery. These garments have also been used to alleviate symptoms of:
- Deep Vein Thrombosis
- Other circulatory medical conditions
Within the modern compression garment/gear industry, the thinking was that if the garments can increase the efficiency of the circulatory system, it could help athletic performance. Essentially, an increased blood flow will increase oxygen, which should increase performance levels.