INCREDIWEAR Women’s Performance Pant, Black, Medium, 0.03 Pound

$72.50 (as of May 11, 2018, 3:21 am) $67.50

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Incrediwear – Women’s Active Wear Performance Pants Black – Medium Incrediwear Women’s Active Wear Performance Pants Black were designed to optimize performance by increasing circulation and accelerating recovery during activity. Incrediwear’s signature fabric blend is embedded with semiconductor elements to provide effortless comfort and exceptional durability. Form-fitting fabric without restricting mobility, moisture-wicking fabric, breathable, 4-way stretch fabric, and thermoregulating.¬† About IncrediwearSince 2009, Incrediwear has strived to revolutionize the Health & Fitness Industry with products that increase circulation to reduce inflammation, relieve pain, optimize performance, and accelerate recovery. Unlike compression products, Incrediwear products do not need to compress to work. Instead, our technology incorporates semiconductor elements within our fabric, which when stimulated by body heat, release negative ions. The negative ions activate molecular vibrations that increase blood flow and speed. Increasing circulation helps bring more oxygen and nutrients to the target area, which optimizes the body’s natural healing process and accelerates recovery. Benefits of Increased Blood Circulation Include: Accelerated Recovery Reduced Swelling Optimized Performance Reduced Fatigue Thermoregulation StudiesThrough studies conducted with renowned physicians,¬†they continue to show that Incrediwear products are scientifically proven to increase circulation during activity and at rest. Their products are used by professional athletes, trainers, podiatrists, orthopedic surgeons, and everyday people to effectively reduce symptoms associated with various injuries and conditions. To date, studies have shown that Incrediwear products increase circulation by up to 22% at rest, and have shown powerful results in reducing inflammation, swelling, and pain relief. Additionally, a study performed by a Major League Soccer team showed an acceleration of