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Perform better for longer with Skins.

Engineered gradient compression improves circulation and gets more oxygen to muscles. Improved circulation also means blood lactate is re-circulated more effectively. The compression fit also reduces strain and reduces muscle vibration. Skins also optimizes body temperature no matter the weather.

Internal key pocket and a tailored crotch for greater comfort, along with a shaped inseam to avoid abrasion between knees.

76/24 nylon/spandex. 50+ UV Protection. Moisture is drawn away from your skin, so you stay dry and comfortable. Permanent antimicrobial treatment.


Entrena mejor por más tiempo con Skins, las prendas que han sido diseñadas para llevar más oxígeno a los músculos, mientras su elasticidad gradiente brinda mayor poder y ayuda a la recuperación después de hacer ejercicio, aliviando el dolor. Skins también

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