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Skins DNAmic Mens Compression Long Tights
DNAMIC MEN'S COMPRESSION LONG TIGHTS
BENEFITS & FEATURES
Increase endurance performance and reduce fatigue and risk of injury in the SKINS DNAmic Long Tights. By wrapping and supporting the calves, hammies, quads and glutes, the DNAmic Long Tights increase circulation and muscle oxygenation, so you can go harder for longer. Perfect for endurance based exercise, the SKINS DNAmic Long Tights will power you through from warm up to cool down.
DYNAMIC GRADIENT COMPRESSION
Increases oxygen delivery to active muscles while in motion and reduces lactic-acid build-up for more power and less recovery time
SKINS unique sizing system is based on our unique Body Mass Index (BMI)/anthropometrical algorithm, because you only get the full benefits of gradient compression if your SKINS fits you properly MUSCLE FOCUS Uniquely wrapping and supporting your key muscle groups to reduce movement and focus direction for less vibration in your muscles, less soft tissue damage and less soreness after exercise
MOISTURE MANAGEMENT Keeping you dry through advanced wicking is inherent in all SKINS fabrics - moisture is drawn away from your skin, so you stay dry and comfortable.
50+ UV PROTECTION
SKINS was born in Australia, so we know a thing or two about exerting ourselves in the sun. Our fabrics have a UV protection of 50+, which means you can get out and train harder without worrying about the sun related risks.
The fabric in SKINS is warp knitted using multiple fine quality yarns to give superior performance - Warp knit fabrics have no natural stretch instead, the spandex mix ensures specific levels of elasticity and perfectly controlled compression
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