Sterotape-K Kinesiology Tape


Provides additional support and stability to muscles and joints without affecting the wearers range of movement

  • Popular tape to help sports people keep moving in running, cycling, football, rugby and cricket
  • Unrivalled quality – excellent performance guaranteed
  • 100% latex-free kinesiology tape, perfect for sensitive skin
  • Can be worn for up to a week after application
  • Wavelike adhesive increases breathability and comfort
  • Highly flexible tape, stretches with the bodies movement
  • Water repellent fabric makes it ideal for sports use


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  • Blue
  • Flesh
  • Red

Features & Benefits

  • Unrivalled quality
  • Wavelike adhesive aids comfort and breathability
  • Stays in place for up to a week
  • 5m stretched length
  • 5cm width
  • Available in blue, red and flesh colours
  • Used for joint (musculoskeletal) and muscle (soft tissue) injuries
  • 100% latex free
  • Stretches and flexes to body movements
  • Supports and stabilises muscles and joints including knee, ankle, calf, hamstring, wrist, shoulder, elbow and back
  • CE Marked
  • Each tape supplied individually boxed
  • Suitable for amateurs and professionals
  • How to apply kinesiology tape

Product Uses

Kinesiology Tape, is known by so many names, most of which will be differing brand names. Other names such as muscle tape, joint tape, dynamic tape, endurance tape are used for this highly-elasticated therapy tape. The tape itself is available in an endless supply of colours and brands – but trust us – all that matters is the quality and who is applying it. This is not a tape you can simply stick onto yourself and expect results, you need to know what you’re doing.

That all sounds very complicated, agreed, and to some extent the application of this tape can be just as complicated. In a nutshell, the tape provides compression and support to muscles and joints, without restricting wearer movement. Kinesiology tape can be used for a range if sports injuries including tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis and shin splints. Once applied, it reduces the pressure on the muscle tissue, thus reducing discomfort and pain. Read our blog to learn all about kinesiology tape, benefits of kinesiology tape, features of good kinesiology tape and how to apply kinesiology tape.

Kinesiology tape can be used in almost every sport. Whether you’re an cyclist, a footballer or a weightlifter, pain will slow you down and affect your performance. Once applied, the tape can provide pain relief and support to help you perform at your best. It is most commonly used on shoulders, back, elbows, wrists, hamstrings, knees, calves and shins.

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