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Skins Technical Compression Wear.
The Skins™ brand is synonymous with innovation in performance equipment and the brand is regularly seen on the bodies of the world’s finest athletes. Skins™ is the only sports compression wear that can attest to having independent scientific testing conducted on their garments. Skins™ is body-moulded compression performance equipment manufactured from the finest Lycra and Meryl Microfibre, to provide support and muscle alignment to the smart-fabric covered area of your body. Skins™ will change the way you train and play as well as speed your recovery.

Skins Youth.
Skins™ have brought their market leading technology to all youths in sport. As with adults, exercise can cause muscle damage which can bring discomfort. Skins™ youth will help to speed up the muscle repair process and significantly reduce muscle pain. Skins™ youth are made from a special smart fabric which applies gradient compression to specific sections of the body. This is what enhances blood flow and increases oxygen to muscles. This process helps reduce lactic acid build-up which has a dramatic and speedy effect on recovery. The smart fabric stretches to accommodate growing bodies, so you will only need to replace Skins™ youth as often as other sportswear

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