Skins DNAmic Base Long Tights Review

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RRP: £60

SKINS DNAmic BASE Long Tight is a light compression solution for training sessions on the sports field or on the slopes. Designed to be worn as a base layer beneath your gear for added muscular protection, the semi-seamless construction maximises freedom of movement, wherever your active life takes you.

Features:
DNAmic GRADIENT COMPRESSION
SKINS most advanced compression technology increases muscle oxygenation, stabilises active muscles and reduces blood lactate build up, to enhance performance and speed up recovery time.
MOISTURE MANAGEMENT
Moisture wicking fabric draws sweat away from the body to the surface of the garment where it evaporates to keep you dry.
SKIN FIT
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. SEMI-SEAMLESS CONSTRUCTION Minimal seaming for extra comfort, ideal for layering

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