Compression Baselayer Leggings
After any intense, testing game, players need to recover efficiently to get back up and running as quickly as possible. An excellent way to compliment a recovery session and the compression top, are Gilbert’s specially engineered Compression Base Layer Leggings.
These leggings include gradient compression panels to increase muscle oxygenation thereby reducing lactic acid build up in the muscles post exercise. This process will accelerate recovery and improve endurance.
When wearing skin tight clothing after a strenuous session, it is important to provide the optimum comfort for the user. This is why the Compression Base Layer Leggings consist of flat locked seams to reduce chaffing as well as enhancing their appearance.
The Compression Base Layer Leggings are available in sizes: S/M, L/XL, 2XL/3XL so everyone can experience their insane qualities.
If you want to improve your recovery through expert technology, the Compression Base Layer Leggings are a perfect fit for you.
Composition: 61% Polyamide, 30% Polyester, 9% Elastane
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All UK customers get FAST shipping via UPS or DPD - usually with you in 2 working days.
Rates for international shipments vary depending on country. See our delivery page for more information.
We offer FREE Returns for UK customers. Simply use our self service tool to generate a return label and drop it off at your local UPS drop-off (thousands across the UK)
We offer a 30 day window to return your product.
Customers from other countries - please see our returns page for more information.
Does My Rugby Ball Arrive Inflated?
No- the balls arrive deflated. Choose from one of our ball pumps and add this to your order!
Clothing Size Guide
Picking the right size for you.
Follow our simple size guide for Men's Sizing, Women's Sizing and Children's Sizing along with body armour and footwear to chose the perfect fit for you.
- Measure yourself wearing underwear - do not measure clothing.
- Stand straight and keep both feet on the floor.
- Make sure the tape measure is kept level.
- Ask a friend to help take your measurement - its often easier to have help.
**All measurements are an approximate guide.