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Engineered for the committed, the Snapbac AEON COMPLETE TRAINING TIGHT incorporates each critical element for complete – pre, during and post -- training needs. With this single piece, you can incorporate heat therapy for your warm-up routine, train at high intensity and address critical recovery with cold therapy.

Features & Design
  • Multiple entry points for easy Therapy Pod placement
  • Snapbac-engineered base layer fabric – incorporating best-in-class Dupont Lycra® -- provides ultimate experience in comfort and longevity
  • Engineered with limited internal seems for comfort
  • Higher-rise waistband for secure fit
  • Stitch-less internal construction utilizes taping and bonding technologies provides increased durability, reduced abrasion and overall garment weight reduction
  • Taped and bonded seams are stronger and lay flush with skin to prevent chafing and discomfort
  • Bemis®-sealed floating access-point system on mesh-layer enables Therapy Pod placement over base-layer with unrestricted range of motion
  • Customizable cuff length allows for personalized height-specific, tailored fit
  • Fabric: Base – 57% Nylon, 43% DuPont Lycra® // Outer – 64% Polyamide, 36% Elastane
  • Bemis® TPU pattern provides optimal stability for key muscle groups within the leg
  • Breathable waistband technology
Complete Training Science
  • Address all three phases of training -- pre/during/post – in a single graduated compression-based garment
  • Pair of Therapy Pods can be utilized to incorporate hot and cold therapy into warm up and recovery routines.
  • Therapy Pods hold shape, yet remain flexible – even frozen – to conform to your body
  • Improves blood flow to reduce muscle fatigue and heighten muscle response
  • Continuous compression helps prevent injury and reduces post-workout muscle soreness
  • Promotes muscle oxygenation for faster recovery
  • Holds muscles tight to reduce micro-damage and optimize performance
  • Promotes the breakdown of lactic acid after exertion to help reduce post training soreness
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