Men's combat leggings - Moleke
A combat leggings for men that is inspired by Brazilian urban culture and more particularly Brazilian Favelas and Graffiti called "pixação", a graffiti style born in São Paulo that is unique because of its alphabet and because they are painted on the highest and inaccessible points of buildings.
Men's combat leggings from the Moleke collection
Compression pants inspired by the Pixadores in Brazil
The Moleke collection which is inspired by the Pixadores in Brazil, takes its name from Brazilian slang, the origin of this name Moleque is more distant, it comes from the Bantu language and refers to a kid but today it is more pejorative and attributed to a malicious, mischievous or disobedient person.
These leggings are made with a blend of polyester / spandex a compressive material that adapts perfectly to your body without limiting your movements, a fabric that has several advantages because it helps reduce muscle fatigue by thus facilitating blood circulation for better oxygenation of your muscles and it will help you regulate your body temperature in addition to having insulating properties.
These compression stockings for sport is a versatile model that can be used for combat sports to protect you from the abrasion of Tatami mats and it can also be worn during your physical preparation.
- Product designed for
- The Nogi also called Grappling, it's BJJ without kimono
- Maintenance conditions (to maintain the condition of this product)
- Maximum 30 ° and no contact with scratches at the risk of damaging the mesh
- Composed of a fabric
- Elastane (Spandex), a synthetic fiber appreciated for its elasticity
- Design made in
- Sublimation, a printing technique that will not tarnish during washing
- Any season