Getting the body you want just got easier with SKINS scientifically proven sports compression clothing – simply slip into SKINS A200 Women’s Compression Long Tights. Available in a range of sizes and seasonal catwalk-inspired colors, they flatter your body and hold in any wobbly bits. Our unique scientifically proven engineered gradient compression improves circulation, getting more fresh oxygen to your muscles, helping you shape, tone and sculpt your body whatever your sport. We know how important attention to detail is. A200 Women’s Long Tights also feature an elastic waistband with internal draw cord for an improved fit, an internal key pocket and reflective trim tape for night-time visibility.SKINS SKINS A200 Women’s Compression Long Tights, like your runners, will soon become an essential part of your sports wardrobe.
More gain, less pain: SKINS help you work out longer with less pain the next day – so you can get active again sooner and get the body you want faster.
Look good, feel good: Seasonal colors draw inspiration from the catwalks and flattering lines give you a slimmer silhouette and comfortable fit.
Whatever the weather: No more excuses! Our fabrics optimize your body temperature whether it’s hot or cold out there and provide 50 UV protection in non-mesh areas.
50 UV Protection: SKINS was born in Australia, so we know a thing or two about exerting ourselves in the sun. Our fabrics have a UV protection of 50 , which means you can get out and train harder without worrying about the sun related risks.
Gradient Compression has been engineered to provide the correct level of surface pressure to enhance circulation and increase oxygen delivery – boosting your power, speed and stamina
Moisture Management: Keeping you dry through advanced wicking is inherent in all SKINS fabrics - moisture is drawn away from your skin, so you stay dry and comfortable
Muscle Focus: Uniquely wrapping and supporting your key muscle groups to reduce movement and focus direction for less vibration in your muscles, less soft tissue damage and less soreness after exercise
Odour Free: Permanent antimicrobial treatment discourages bacteria by ionically absorbing the odour causing substances normally associated with Lycra wear. These features are built into all our fabrics, so they can’t ever be washed out.
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 fit you properly
Warp Kit: The fabric in SKINS is warp knitted using multiple fine quality yarns to give superior performance - Warp knit fabrics have no natural stretch – instead, the spandex mix ensures specific levels of elasticity and perfectly controlled compression
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24 February 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Daisy Poor quality
I found the tights is defect
line running out at the back of buttom
09 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Хорошо
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20 November 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Great fit
Tossed up between the skins and 2XU. Have previously tried the 2xu compression on in a store but found the large x not a particulary flattering look for my very female shape. In the photo of the skins I was not too sure if they would be too hipster. I have just had them arrive yesterday and worn them post cycle and am very happy with the fit. I was on the borderline (175cm tall and between 78 and 80kgs) i went with the medium and I am happy with the size. I would certainly not have wanted the large as I think I would have lost the benefit of the compression. The waist band is quite thick and to me quite tight - this is a negative if you do find they are something you are wanting to sleep in. In this case I found the 2xu to be a lot better around the waist. The skins look is quite flattering I think.
13 January 2012