KT Tape - Elastic Sports Tape
What is KT Tape? KT stands for "Kinesiology therapeutic". It is designed to relieve pain and provide muscular and joint support. Ideal for anyone who experiences sore muscles, joints, or tendons. You can wear it while you workout or during recovery phases, for as long as 4 days at a time.
This item includes 20 pre-cut strips that measure 2" x 10" each
Used by athletes and trainers throughout the world, this 100% cotton kinesiolgy tape has been re-engineered with stronger adhesive properties than ever before. You can wear it for days even after showers, in the rain, through extreme hot and cold temperatures, or in the pool!
KT tape is strong yet elastic and flexible, providing both brace-like support and maximum range of motion. The microfibers that make up this incredible material naturally wick away moisture helping to prevent build up of grime and bacteria.
The pre-cut rounded corners make wearing these strips comfortable and convenient to use. No worry of frayed edges here!
Optional reflective elements adds more function to the form by allowing safe use outdoors for road running, hiking, and use anywhere in low light environments.
KT Tape Features:
- Support like a brace
- Eases pains and sores
- Extra stick adhesive - wear up to 4 days
- 100% cotton
- 20 'I' strips (2"x10")
- High recoil elastic core
- Step-by-step quickstart instruction guide included
- Multiple colors available
- Online help, forums, and blog available for additional information
Learn how to apply KT Tape at Lumous Inc's YouTube Channel.
Kinesiology Therapeutic Tape is recommended for all sorts of athletes: Triathletes - Bikers - Swimmers - Runners - Orienteering - Baseball - Basketball - Tennis - General Fitness - and Many More!
The greatest breakthrough in light sports elastic wrapping. You can find this item here among SCS first aid items because of the great versatility of this product. A great addition to your first-aid kit when backpacking, adventure racing, climbing or extreme survival camping.
Remember, comfort is not just a luxury, it can easily become a survival necessity when morale, rest, and recovery are on the brink.