Pressio's Power Compression Tight utilizing MAPP technology is designed to make you work out harder with more intensity and help you back it up the next day. Our MAPP print will align your muscles for greater power output with compression support to reduce swelling, soreness due to muscle fiber damage and add protection to reduce overuse injuries. Coupled powered fabric, this will also cradle the hamstring muscles and wrap the glutes for extra support, plus the perfectly drafted Lycra/Nylon yarn combination allows you to move freely, elevating you towards your best. Dye Free technology to help cut emissions, lower water use, and protect our waterways.
Engineered to align and support your muscles so you can go harder with less muscle damage and greater power output.
Our powerful MAPP (Muscle Alignment Power Print) offers unparalleled support. Wrapping around and aligning with key muscle groups (quadriceps and calves) allows for the prevention of overuse injuries, reduced swelling and soreness due to muscle fiber damage, and optimal greater power output.
EcoPower CK has been built from scratch, targeting the exact parameters of power, weight, and comfort to achieve true muscle holding ability while maintaining extreme comfort and performance.
This has been achieved through decades of knowledge of our fabric engineers and utilizing thousands of different measurements/yarn tensions to ensure the exact specifications are met.
Utilizing a unique circular knit structure for equal four-way stretch and high gauge for zero sheerness. Supports and lifts your body for a flattering fit.
Pressio is the first compression manufacturer to use an Eco dye colour system. So the complete elimination of the highly toxic batch dying process, so less power, less water, and dramatically less carbon footprint. Most importantly no dyes in the waterways. EcoPower CK protecting you and looking after the planet.
Active Seam by Merrow, USA, is a new technology providing 2x the stretch and 30% greater strength of industry-standard flatlock stitching.
This form of stitching is the most suitable for compression garments. It moves with the fabric, withstanding the power, and provides greater durability, enabling the compression fabric's full benefits.