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  • Skins A100 Long Sleeve Top - Heather Grey
  • Skins A100 Long Sleeve Top - Heather Grey
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Skins A100 Long Sleeve Top

Get your blood moving with the SKINS Men's A100 Long Sleeve Compression Shirt. Engineered gradient compression technology will enhance circulation to decrease lactic acid build-up. Not only does this compression top enhance blood flow but it also keeps your body cool and comfortable. The warp-knit construction dramatically stabilizes your muscles to reduce muscle strains and tears while delivering oxygen rich blood to key muscles in the torso.

Features:

  • Engineered gradient compression technology enhances circulation and decreases lactic acid build-up
  • Scientifically developed and medically proven to improve performance and accelerate recovery
  • Proprietary warp-knit nylon microfiber construction
  • Body-mapped compression zones for maximizing blood flow
  • Improves muscle stabilization to decrease muscle strain
  • Accelerates moisture wicking properties for optimal body temperature
  • UV sun protection (UPF50 )

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  • Colour: Grey Heather
  • Clothing Size: XL
  • Gender: Male
  • AgeGroup: Adult
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Parfait Produit tout à fait conforme à mes attentes. Idéal en sous-vêtement pour l'évacuation de la transpiration, laisse la peau sèche! 15 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Kit! I was a bit skeptical on buying these year (tights & short sleeve top), however I could ride for days in cold weather in bumpy terrain without my muscles an old(er) body whinging about it :-). I wear them under my shorts as I find thermals too hot in winter for mountain biking once you've warmed up. 29 August 2013
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