110% Compression Transformer Shorts

09
Oct
2013

What the heck are Transformer Shorts anyway?  Well, we’re back with another review and this time around we’re going to tell you what these things are and what they can do for you.

Each day this week we’re posting a video review highlighting the products that have been recently sent over.  110% Compression is one of the companies who wanted us to try out what they have to offer.

As I mention in the video, I’ve never owned any compression products before and always wanted to know what they were like.  I was going to have them send me a pair of compression socks, but they wanted me to try out something different.  When I read about their Transformer Shorts, they sounded too interesting to pass up.

Transformer compression shorts combine the benefits of compression and the power of an ice bath in a single piece of gear.

Sound interesting to you as well?  Have a watch for more on what I think about this product.

 110% Compression Transformer Shorts Review:

For more on 110% Compression and the products they sell, click here.

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3 Responses to “ 110% Compression Transformer Shorts ”

  1. Eric Hutchins on October 13, 2013 at 12:00 am

    Love the videos!

  2. John on October 10, 2013 at 4:24 pm

    I use compression socks but never heard of shorts like this. The icepack idea is interesting.

  3. Ian on October 9, 2013 at 2:36 pm

    Interesting idea. I use compression socks all the time and they really help. The ice packs and pockets are a good idea with the insulated bag. The biggie for me is that they took care of the duty. That’s a sign of great service and wanting to make sure their product hits the audience they’re looking for.
    You need to do a follow-up review after you used them with ice and everything after a tough ride.

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