KNAP'MAN x WESTFRIESLAND SEW
Handball team Westfriesland SEW chooses Knap'man for their compression socks.
KNAP'MAN PROVIDES HANDBALL TEAM 'WESTFRIESLAND SEW' WITH COMPRESSION SOCKS
In their search for a good partner for compression socks and other compression clothing, the players and staff ended up with Knap'man.
Westfriesland SEW plays in the highest Handball League of the Netherlands; the Eredivisie.
komt uit in de Eredivisie Handbal en speelt momenteel de play-offs in de winaarspoule. Currently, they play the winners poule of the play-offs and they even played European Matches last season.
Quite a busy season... Extra support for the muscles and joints could be a big win then.
Knap'man has provided the full team with compression socks; both Active Strong (for during the game) and Ultra Strong (before and after the game).
The players use the socks before the game (during traveling), during the game (for even better performances), and after the game (for faster and better recovery).
[Foto © Knap'man / Westfriesland SEW]
Active Strong vs. Ultra Strong
Knap'man's range of compression socks consists of the revolutionary Active Strong Compression line and the Ultra Strong Compression line.
Active Strong Compression
Especially for during the training/game
Next Level Performances
• Boost de energie in the muscles
• Improves stability
• Protect against injuries
Ultra Strong Compression
Especially for recovery and for during traveling
Top performances after traveling
• Keeps the legs fresh after traveling
• Avoid Performance Loss
• Improves the circulation in the muscles
Recover in record-time
• Reduces muscle fatigue and sore muscles
• Promotes the supply of oxygen to the muscles
• Replenishes the energy reserves very fast
The active strong compression socks are designed for use during the training and matches. The compression focusses on the muscles; especially the calf.
The ultra strong compression socks are designed for use during traveling and for recovery, for before en after the training and match. The socks containt a decreasing compression gradient from bottom to top.