- Cohesive Athletic Tape
Cohesive Athletic Tape
Cohesive athletic tape was developed for the equine industry for treating horses with ankle injuries. Cohesive tape only sticks to itself - not to the skin or in the case of a horse or an athlete, to hair. Cohesive athletic tape is used for a variety of purposes - it is very lightweight so it is sometimes used as a prewrap. It has a higher tensile strength than prewrap so often times it is used to provide support for a joint or to keep padding in place. Because it has no adhesive mass, cohesive tape performs very well in wet conditions. Miotech offers a number of brands in cohesive tape including Andover, Mueller, Cramer, Jaybird, BSN and Hartmann.
An economical, self-adhering bandage that provides excellent porosity in a lightweight, comfortab...
From $ 36.95
A LATEX-FREE cohesive bandage with EasyTear® patented technology used to secure, protect, compres...
Used in combination, PowerFlex™ and PowerTape™ create the Ultimate Taping System, providing the s...
From $ 29.65
All-in-one foam pad dressing and cohesive bandage that helps get players back in the game. Quick...
Self-adherent / cohesive bandage with stronger tensile strength; Soft, porous and tearable; Provi...
Eco-Flex Cohesive Tape - Cramer Eco-Flex Cohesive is a multi-purpose tape product; it works as ...
Jaybird & Mais 2153 Cobird Co-Adhesive Stretch Tape is an economical cohesive designed for ev...
M Lastic® Tape Lightweight, cohesive stretch tape adheres only to itself. Will not damage protec...
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