RockTape Kinesiology Tape for Athletes – 2 Inch x 16.4 Feet (Biohazard)

RockTape Kinesiology Tape for Athletes – 2 Inch x 16.4 Feet (Biohazard)

RockTape Kinesiology Tape for Athletes - 2 Inch x 16.4 Feet (Biohazard)



ROCKTAPE’s Active-Recovery (AR) series of tapes are designed to enhance performance and recovery, and are engineered to meet the demands of endurance Athletes like runners, swimmers and cyclists. Unlike regular compression garments and tapes, ROCKTAPE’s AR series can be used both to apply compression to promote recovery, or decompression to relieve pain and swelling. Rocktape is used by over 6,000 medical professionals worldwide and is the first choice when treating common injuries such as shin splints, lower back and knee issues (ACL/MCL/Meniscus), shoulder impingement, broken collar bones and tennis elbow. When combined with Rocktape’s POWER Taping method, Athletes can enhance performance by mitigating fatigue and promoting better form. Rocktape can even be used to treat lower back issues and swelling associated with pregnancy. Unlike other cheap competitive brands available through discount stores, Rocktape will withstand the demands of competition. We use the best 6/12 nylon, cotton and acrylic adhesive available and guarantee satisfaction. FDA/CE approved. (Rocktape contains no latex)

$ 18.00

RockTape Kinesiology Tape for Athletes - 2 Inch x 16.4 Feet (Biohazard)

  • Reduce Pain and Improve Performance
  • Ultra-Strong and Sticky
  • Hypoallergenic Adhesive
  • Water & Sweat Resistant
  • 97% Cotton, 3% Nylon
  • 180% Stretch for Full Range of Motion
  • Latex and Zinc Free
  • Wear for up to 7 Days
  • 5-10 Applications per Roll

Health Daily | Community
Health Daily | Community
This information may not fit your specific health circumstances and is only intended to supplement, not replace advice from your doctor or qualified healthcare provider. This information is not meant to cover all possible uses, interactions, precautions, or effects. Please consult your healthcare provider to address your specific health circumstances.

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