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Zensah introduces new 'High Compression Capri'
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Jan '14
Zensah, a leading Miami based compression apparel company, has redesigned their high compression capris to provide athletes with targeted muscle support for improved performance and recovery.

Zensah’s one of a kind pin-point compression, innovative seamless technology, and unique advanced moisture wicking and antimicrobial fabric ensures athletes receive the superior support and comfort.

Running and high impact sports can lead to muscle soreness and injury for many athletes. As micro-tears and swelling develop, it can lead to painful situations and hold athletes back from training and competing. Zensah’s new high compression capris help prevent injury and speed up recovery by providing targeted muscle support and compression.

Unlike traditional compression apparel, Zensah is able to target the glutes, hamstrings, quads, and knees with the 3D textures built into the new high compression capri. These redesigned knickers now feature a flat drawstring to ensure the perfect fit.

The capri is made with Zensah’s proprietary fabric; ensuring they are comfortable, moisture wicking, antimicrobial (no stink) and anti-chafing. The seamless construction prevents any painful skin irritation. The capri have a tight fit, but are still easy to pull on without a struggle.

“The new high compression capri is a great addition to our line,” says Parker Robinson, Zensah Spokesperson. “Runners, cyclists, basketball, soccer, and tennis players all wear the capris for their training, competition and recovery. We are excited for the improvements and for athletes to start benefiting from them.”

About Zensah:

Zensah, the Miami-based compression brand, leads the growth for compression apparel in the running industry. The company is recognized for utilizing seamless technology in all of its athletic apparel. Their seamless compression products are praised by all athletes. Zensah has the number one selling Compression Leg Sleeves in the US for Running Specialty.

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