The PST Pro Wrap 7.5cms has been designed with total player comfort and hold in mind. It is currently being worn by many Premier League clubs including Swansea City F.C. , Leicester City F.C. , Stoke City F.C. Norwich City F.C. Liverpool F.C and WBA amongst others.
Having to make adjustments to your shin guards and socks while playing should now be a thing of the past with the comfort and hold of the extra wide 7.5cms Pro Wrap.
Higher thread count and adhesion quality than any other tape.
Can secure the shin guard directly to the leg under the sock.
Adhesive free and non-marking.
Designed to give unrivalled hold.
Extra wide “no cut” for a better fit and feel.
Secures the shin guard to the leg over the sock.
Available in 19 colours to match most socks.
D3 Rigid Tape
Rigid strapping tape is a rayon-cotton blend tape with a zinc-oxide adhesive. It is suitable for taping all joints (ankles, knees, shoulders and elbows).
Recommended where an extra strong premium strapping tape is necessary to fully support joints under high stress; especially suited to high-impact and contact sports.
Premium rayon-cotton for extreme strength with no stretch
Premium zinc-oxide adhesive - You stick, it stays on!
Hypoallergenic and latex-free - No skin rashes
Zig-zag edges - increases adhesiveness
The ultimate joint support
Select Sock Tape- 6x Colours
Hold your socks up in your shin guards in place with the ultra durable Select Sock Tape
19mm x 15m
Select Guard Stay
Hold your Shin Guards in with the Select Guard Stay
D3 Light RIP Tape
Light-RIP Spandex EAB is a lightweight elastic adhesive bandage made from a latex-free woven cotton spandex and zinc oxide adhesive.
A highly versatile fixation bandage that can be hand-torn and is best used as a compression wrap, joint support or relief dressing in the case of contusions, sprains and bruising.
Longer rolls: 6.9 m
Lightweight elastic adhesive bandage
Woven cotton and spandex
Hypoallergenic and latex free - No skin rashes
Premium zinc-oxide adhesive
Superior stretch for adaptable all applicational use