RockTape Edge contains the world’s best kinesiology tape, desgined stretchier and stickier than competitive tapes, and our uniquetopical Pain* relief cream RockSauce Fire. Combined, they make a powerful drug-free Pain relief system.
How does it work?
RockTape microscopically lifts the skin away from the muscle and fascia below, creating a decompressive effect. Stretchier, stickier and stronger than the competition, RockTape is preferred by athletes and medical professionals throughout the world.
What are the benefits?
- Relieves swelling through decompression which speeds recovery.
- Increases awareness of your body position to help you maintain proper posture and form.
- Ultra-Strong and Sticky
- Hypoallergenic Adhesive
- Moisture Management Technology (water resistance coating)
- 97% Cotton, 3% Nylon
- 180% Stretch for Full Range of Motion
- Latex and Zinc Free
- Sticks 2-7 Days
- 5-10 Applications per Roll
- Each Roll is 2″x16.4′ (5cmx5m)
*Not clinically proven for all injuries. Our products and website are not intended to replace professional medical advice or treatment. Warranties and remedies are limited to replacement cost.
RockTape IS THE WORLD’S BEST KINESIOLOGY TAPE – Can be used to treat sports & non-sports injuries: Ankle Sprain, Groin Pull, Hamstring Strain, Knee Injury, Shin Splints, Plantar Fasciitis, Runner’s Knee, Back Pain and various Muscle & Joint Pain*
180% Elasticity is Why We’re Different – Stretching is Good. Kinesiology Tpe with 180% elasticity, allows athletes fuller and better range of motion. Our competitors only offer a 130-150% stretch
Easy To Use 10″ Pre-Cut Strips: Water Resistant + Ultra-Strong and Sticky Hypoallergenic Adhesive, Latex & Zinc Free – For Harsh & Wet Conditions use H2O adhesive. No need for scissors.
RockTape Edge is kinesiology tape perfected. Features our strongest adhesive combined with moisture management technology for Pain relief that just won’t quit
Step-By-Step Instructions on RockTape’s YouTube Channel provides instructions on Taping body Pain points, and relieving pressure off injuries