Double reinforced stud holes on the inside & outside with small diamond nylon make these openings druable.
The hex D printed on the inside stops moisture wicking up the inside while gripping the cleat to prevent slippage.
Anterior + Posterior synthetic print on the forefoot for increased ball-striking control, whatever the conditions.
The best compression garments available today. Hands down.
ARDIE SAVEA, HURRICANES
The support in the top is next level.
DORIAN YATES, 6 TIME MR OLYMPIAN
I love the support of the waistband on the tights.
RUBY TUI, CHIEFS MANAWA
At DRYWORLD, we know that one size doesn’t fit all, and we take the sizing and fit of our garments seriously. We want to ensure you feel comfortable and get all the benefits of precise compression. We know that for athletes to perform at their best, they need to be comfortable. So check out our size guides to ensure your Aggression Apparel Compression Garments will allow you to excel under pressure.
Forget your usual size. Our Aggression Apparel compression line is made to fit tight. Tighter than any other compression garments you’ve worn before. That is precisely why they work so well to lift, engage and support your muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Use our size guides to determine what fit, for what product, is best for you. But keep in mind that if you wear a medium in another brand, you’ll likely wear a medium in ours, even if the measurements on our size guide are smaller than a medium in another brand.
Bordering two sizes?
If you sit on the line between two sizes, we recommend choosing the bigger size for both tights and tops. If you need further guidance in selecting the right size, get in touch with our customer service team – they’ll be more than happy to help.
Choosing the right size for Compression Sportswear is very important, so if you’re not sure, talk to us at email@example.com
How tight should they be?
Compression Sportswear is supposed to feel tight – probably tighter than anything you’ve worn before unless you’re a frequent wearer of Shapewear. Even though they’re tight, they’re still meant to be comfortable and shouldn’t pinch or restrict your movement in any way. When you receive your Aggression Apparel, put them on and walk around in them for a little while. They will take some getting used to, but after about 10 minutes, you should notice the lift and posture support the tops provide, while the tights hold you in and provide optimal core support. Make sure they’re not too big, do this simple little test; try to pull the fabric away from your skin. If it comes away easily and you can stretch it out a fair way from your body, they’re likely to be too loose, and you should go down a size.
Having trouble putting your Aggression Apparel on?
Due to our garments’ technical nature, getting them on and off is a skill that takes a little practice. But once you get it, it’s easy, and is it ever worth it.
Tights – If you’re trying to get into a pair of Long or Half Tights, we suggest you scrunch them up from the waist down to the ankle and put one foot in first. Do the same on the other leg. Then gradually pull each leg up – taking care to keep the seams running up your legs as you go.
Tops – Getting into a Long Sleeve Top is similar to getting into a pair of Tights. We suggest you put your arms in first and then pull the body down over your head and pull it down over or under your bottoms and the silicon gripper on the inside hem will hold your top in place and stop it from riding up. The seam alignment on the tops is crucial to maintain complete freedom of movement. If you’re feeling any restriction at all, play around with repositioning the seams until you feel no restriction. To take it off, lift from the bottom hem up over your head then slide your arms out.