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Aerotherm® Technology

Designed to Deliver the Therapeutic Benefits of Heat Retention Provided by Neoprene, While Promoting Air Flow.

Aerotherm Technology
Our heat retaining supports are laminated with our proprietary spiral lining, which allows air to circulate freely, drawing excess sweat away from the skin and providing thermal comfort.

This allows the skin to function normally despite the increase in temperature, improving comfort levels, allowing the innovative support solution to be worn for extended periods.

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The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. Most problems in the shoulder involve the muscles, ligaments, and tendons. People who have demanding training programs are particularly vulnerable to shoulder problems, which can develop slowly through repetitive, intensive routines.

Common causes of shoulder pain include damage to the muscles or tendons around the shoulder, muscular tension between the neck and trapped muscles or tendons.




The upper arm bone (humerus) and the two forearm bones (radius and ulna) make up the elbow joint. Bending/straightening of the elbow and turning the palm upwards/downwards are the movements produced by the two major muscle groups in the forearm which attach to the bones either side of the elbow.

Overuse of these is common and can lead to symptoms of tennis or golfer’s elbow.




Our wrist has a tough job. It has to be mobile and flexible enough to give us the range of motion we need, but also provide strength and power.

The wrist as well as the elbow are often subjected to repetitive movements making them extremely common sites for injuries. As a result, repetitive strain injuries are extremely common, causing damage to the ligaments or tendons.




Your back is your foundation. It plays a huge role in how your entire body functions, stabilising your body during nearly all daily activities. Most of us will suffer with back pain at some point in our lives.

The most common type of sudden-onset lower back pain by far is classed as “non-specific” accounting for around 19 in 20 cases.




Our legs are made up of some of the largest muscle groups in our body and carry us from A to they’re pretty important. Your legs are responsible for pushing off to generate power throughout your entire body.

A strain can cause a feeling of tightness on the front/back of the thigh or groin when stretching. A direct blow injury (i.e. dead leg) can cause bruising and/or tenderness on the front/back of the thigh or groin.




When you walk your knees endure a force equivalent to around three times your body weight. The more active you are, the more pressure you exert on your knee, making it vulnerable to injury.

The knee is one of the most commonly injured parts of the body. Frequent causes of injuries are damage to ligaments, muscular strains, cartilage damage and tendonitis.




When functioning properly, the ankles support one and a half times your weight when you are walking or standing, and eight times your weight when running.

Sprained ankles are almost as painful as breaks and are usually stretched or torn ligaments.



Calf & Shin

The calf muscle, on the back of the lower leg, is actually made up of two muscles: the gastrocnemius is the larger calf muscle, and the soleus a smaller, flat muscle that lies underneath the gastrocnemius muscle.

Stretching the calf muscle past its normal length results in tearing of some calf muscle fibers. Calf muscle strains can vary from mild (slight pain) to severe (complete tear of the calf muscle).



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