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Crazy Lycra – We Love You


Methow Ski Rodeo X-country free style. Mazama, Washington, USA. Both 1st and 2nd place medal winners are in this photo. 

Courtesy of  Vals Customised

Courtesy of  Vals Customised

 

This website has some crazy lycra prints, which will ensure you are seen.

They manufacture in crazy print lycra and or spandex:

  • Bike Pants
  • Leggings / Longs
  • Unitards
  • Tops

You see – there is no need for boring black lycra pants with these fun and colourful prints.

Bargain Seconds

The site, Vals customised is located in New York State and has bargain 2nds for $3.00.

You nominate your size and they will send you a mystery pair of bike shorts.

 

Cheebra

The ‘Cheebra’ 

For more lycra shorts and leggings for adults and children visit their site here.

Kids Lose It In Lycra – Fun Compression Wear!


Flower Power Compression Garments – Top with Faux Cape (Large, X-Large, XX-Large) currently discounted to $49.95 US

I’ve come across a website that sells compression clothing for special needs children:

One of the best ways to develop and improve products, for use by occupational and physical therapists who work with children, is to meet them in person and hear what works – or doesn’t work – in the field. Children can be challenging clients to treat because, quite often, their focus is on “being cool” and “fitting in” with their peers, rather than achieving strength, stability and coordination.

“OTs have lamented to me that kids don’t want to wear compression clothing,” says Diana Hohmann, senior brand manager for FlagHouse Special Needs. “Kids with Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Sensory Processing Disorders (SPDs) and more, who need the benefits of deep pressure – such as posture bolstering, alertness, mental focus, body awareness, etc. – don’t get excited about putting on drab, uncomfortable compression clothing and then wearing it in front of their friends. And I don’t blame them!

One of the best ways to develop and improve products, for use by occupational and physical therapists who work with children, is to meet them in person and hear what works – or doesn’t work – in the field. Children can be challenging clients to treat because, quite often, their focus is on “being cool” and “fitting in” with their peers, rather than achieving strength, stability and coordination.

Rocket Man Compression Garments – Top with Chest Stripes (Large, X-Large, XX-Large) currently discounted to $49.95 US

See more at Flag House