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PINO Kinesiology Tape Sport light beige (35M)

SKU: MEDI-45138
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PINOTAPE Sport beige 35 m with extra strong adhesion for the use of functional, reflective taping methods

Specially adapted to the needs of performance-oriented athletes. Universally applicable in high, reliable quality in bulk packs for frequent tapers in physiotherapy, sports practices or clinics. Taping with the PINOTAPE Sport should support your muscles without restricting your freedom of movement and is suitable for all your sporting activities.¹ The maximum tension of the PINOTAPE is maintained even when worn for a long time.  

Plus points for therapy¹:
  • Supports joint problems and muscle injuries (also ideal for runner’s or jumper’s knee, golfer’s and tennis elbow and unstable shoulder)
  • Withstands all sports activities
  • Particularly long wearing time
  • Rayon is particularly fast-drying
Product Details:
  • Universally applicable
  • Bulk pack of 31 meters for frequent tapers
  • Extra strong adhesive power
  • Revolutionary backing material made from lightweight rayon
  • Elongation 140 – 150%
  • Moisture-regulating and latex-free
  • No loss of tension even after a long period of wearing
  • Even borders and edges stick reliably for a long time
  • also ideal for heavily sweating patients
  • Very good skin tolerance
  • Recommended by physiotherapists and competitive athletes
  • High quality medical product
  • In many other colors
L x W: 35 m x 5 cm
Scope of delivery:
1 roll of PINOTAPE in the dispenser box
¹ The assumption of an effect is based on possible tendencies in studies, many individual case reports and empirical values. It is not considered evidence-based. Likewise, the mode of action has so far been purely hypothetical.

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