ROCKTAPE Standard Mix Pack – 6 x 5cm by 5m
Premium Kinesiology Tape Mix Pack
If you’re wanting to take your pain relief and mobility to the next level then you have found the very best kinesiology tape on the market. The RockTape Standard Mix Pack includes 6 x 5cm x 5m rolls of RockTape created by the functional fitness professionals RockTape
What’s Included in the RockTape Standard Mix Pack:
Can’t make up your mind on colours? The RockTape Standard Mix Pack makes life easy. We’ve taken RockTape’s most popular colours and styles and created a stunning 6 pack of 5 m rolls just for you. A little bit cheaper too.
The RockTape Standard Mix Pack includes:
6 rolls of regular / standard RockTape in the following colours / patterns: (Each roll is 5 cm wide and 5 m long)
- Lime Green
- RockTape Logo Red
- Camouflage Green
Unlike rigid tape, which many people find too stiff and restrictive, RockTape is stretchy and is quickly becoming the preferred tape used by practitioners and athletes to treat and then prevent the recurrence of injuries. RockTape can be used by everyone – from kids to senior citizens! It’s not just for sports injuries, but can help to manage muscle and joint issues in patients of all ages.
Each roll has 5 m of RockTape that is 5 cm in width. Included is an instruction sheet for the most popular applications.
RockTape can be used by everyone – from kids to senior citizens! It’s not just for sports injuries, but can help to manage muscle and joint issues in patients of all ages.
Key benefits to using RockTape:
- Assists to decrease pain
- Assists to reduce swelling and bruising
- Provides functional support while allowing full range of movement
- Hypoallergenic – no zinc oxide or latex
- Water resistant – can be worn for up to 5 days
Key reasons to choose RockTape:
- Muscle pain or cramping
- Joint pain
- Poor postureInflammation or bruising
- Zinc oxide allergies
Key features of RockTape:
- Stickier, hypoallergenic adhesive
- 180% stretch to allow full range of movement
- 97% cotton, 3% Nylon 6/12, low moisture absorption
- The properties of different colours and patterns are the same
Rock Tape is an effective for the treatment of a wide variety of problems including:
- Achilles tendonitis
- Plantar fasciitis
- Jumpers knee (PFS)
- ACL/MCL issues
- Rotator cuff
- Groin and hamstring pulls
- Lower back issues
- Shin splints
- Tennis and golf elbow
- Pain associated with pregnancy
- Postural correction
Why choose RockTape Products?
- RockTape the company, is the world leader in kinesiology tape, education, research, and functional fitness accessories. Read more…
- RockTape Australia run courses nationally. Find a course near you.
- RockTape tape products can be used to treat sports and non-sports injuries, including shin splints, plantar fasciitis, runner’s knee and back pain. RockTape microscopically lifts the skin away from the muscle and fascia below, creating a decompression effect. Stretchier, stickier and stronger than the competition, RockTape is preferred by athletes and medical professionals throughout the world.
- More specifically, it runs interference on pain. Ever whack your shin and rub it, and suddenly realize you feel better? RockTape on the skin can interfere with painful signals which are directed to the brain. When the signals arriving to the brain are altered, it does not produce the sensation of pain. When kinesiology tape is properly applied, many of our customers call it “magic” or think that it fixed their injury instantly. In fact, it helps to change how your body interprets pain, turning down the pain “volume” that your body hears.
Warnings & Disclaimers
RockTape advises that their products should only be used as directed. Please see packaging / information booklets.
If you are in any way unsure of whether your injury/problem is appropriate for taping then you should consult a medical professional. Be careful when taping over a body part/person with the following:
- History of tape allergy (these are usual latex based though and Rocktape has no latex)
- Fragile skin or healing skin
- Deep Venous Thrombosis