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Opedix Introduces Women’s Specific Tights to Improve Knee Function and Core Support

VAIL, Colorado (Nov 30, 2015) — Opedix , maker of kinetic health gear for performance, recovery and rehabilitation, has combined the patented technologies from its two most popular products to create the new DUAL-Tec 2.0 ¾ Tights, which are now available in a women’s specific cut.

“After the release of the men’s DUAL-Tec 2.0 ¾ tights there was an overwhelming demand for a women’s specific version,” says Brian Cousins, Vice President of Business Development. “This new product is perfect for runners, skiers, snowboarders, fitness enthusiasts, and any athlete looking to benefit from improved core stability and joint function.”

DUAL-Tec 2.0 ¾ Tights employ Opedix Torque Reform Technology, a patented system that combines compression and tension to support joints, enhance sensory input and promote core stability, ultimately improving movement patterns. Improved movement patterns lead to better joint function and reduced muscle fatigue, for improved performance and less wear and tear.

The tights are the first product from Opedix to combine technology from two existing items, the KNEE-Tec tights offering knee stability and the CORE-Tec shorts offering core support. Opedix DUAL-Tec 2.0 ¾ Tights and KNEE-Tec 2.0 Tights are available immediately. To learn more about Opedix products or to purchase, please visit Opedix.com.

About Opedix

Founded in collaboration with leading doctors and scientists at the Steadman Phillipon Research Institute in 2004, Opedix makes Kinetic Health Gear to enhance performance, recovery and rehabilitation by promoting dynamic alignment and optimal joint function. Opedix technology is scientifically designed to aid the recovery of back, leg and knee injuries as well as improve performance for skiers, snowboarders, runners, golfers and athletes across all disciplines. For more information, please visit www.Opedix.com

 

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Jen Burn
Backbone Media
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jen.burn@backbonemedia.net