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Leukotape P – 3.8cm x 13.7m Rigid Strapping Tape

$6.87

A high-strength rigid strapping tape, with a strong zinc oxide adhesive. It is porous and is easily torn by hand, yet offers extra strong support for sprains and strains.
3.8cm x 13.7m Rigid Strapping Tape.
Packaging:
1/bx

Indications

  • Sprains and strains
  • Ideal for patello-femoral taping
  • Posture correction

Features and Benefits

  • Porous
  • Easily torn by hand
  • High strength adhesive

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Description

Leukotape P is a high-strength rigid strapping tape, with a strong zinc oxide adhesive. It is porous and hand-tearable, yet offers extra strong support for sprains and strains.

3.8cm x 13.7m Rigid Strapping Tape.

Leukotape P Indications

  • Sprains and strains
  • Ideal for patello-femoral taping
  • Posture correction

Leukotape P Rigid Strapping TapeFeatures and Benefits

  • Porous
  • Easily torn by hand
  • High strength adhesive

Packaging:
1/bx

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Leukotape P is a high strength rigid strapping tape, with a strong zinc oxide adhesive. It is porous and is easily torn by hand, yet offers extra strong support for sprains and strains.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Use Athletic Tape?

Athletic tape can be used for a variety of tricks to support muscles throughout the body. There are different opinions about how and why tape works, but it started to limit muscle movement and help with proprioception, the body’s innate ability to tell where the limbs are positioned. Athletes would feel the tape on their bodies when they moved particular muscles and understand which were related to their injuries. Presently, athletic tape can be used for a variety of fixes and needs.

What Kinds of Athletic Tape Are There?

  • Rigid tape: this is stiff material that reduces joint movement, has little give, and includes zinc-oxide based glue which is strong and adheres to skin well.
  • Under tape: this goes under rigid tape and is nicer to skin.
  • Elastic tape: this offers flexibility and can be applied to skin, muscles, and soft tissues; it’s usually made of cotton and lets skin breathe.
  • Felt tape: this acts as a barrier to skin, includes no glue, and is usually more comfortable.
  • Cohesive bandages: these don’t have any glue in them; they stick to each other when they’re wrapped around a joint or muscle.
  • Kinesio-type tape: this is most common for sports; it adjusts to the skin and accommodates movement.

What Should I Use Athletic Tape For?

Some common uses for tape are:

  • Stabilizing ankles
  • Supporting knees
  • Solidifying shoulders
  • Opening elbows
  • Supporting weak or injured muscles
  • Improving muscle contraction
  • Preventing overuse