Latest Skins DNAmic Youth Compression Long Tights Black/Citron On Sale

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  • Model: SKU 1752
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Give your young sports star a leg up to becoming the best they can be with the SKINS DNAmic Youth Compression Long Tights.
They feature SKINS best compression tech to wrap and support their muscles, helping to reduce soft tissue damage and fight fatigue so they can work on their skills day in day out.
The DNAmic Youth Long Tights might be small in size, but they're big on performance making them perfect for running and team sport training.
Features:
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
Skin Fit: SKINS unique sizing system is based on their unique Body Mass Index (BMI)/anthropometrical algorithm, because your sporty kid only gets the full benefits of gradient compression if their SKINS fits them properly
Muscle Focus: Uniquely wrapping and supporting your kid's 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 your kid dry through advanced wicking is inherent in all SKINS fabrics - moisture is drawn away from your growing athlete's skin, so they stay dry and comfortable
50+ UV Protection: SKINS was born in Australia, so they know a thing or two about exerting ourselves in the sun. Their fabrics have a UV protection of 50+, which means your little athlete can get out and train harder without worrying about the sun related risks.
Warp Knit: 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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