Kinesio Tex Tape Remnant Rolls are rolls of tape that do not come out to 4m but are packaged together. For example, a roll of 1m and a roll of 3m are packaged together in a clear wrap (no box) for a total of 4m. *Colors will vary.
Kinesio® Tex Classic, the tape that launched an industry! Kinesio continues to provide the world famous design that achieved inimitable results for Kinesio Taping® practitioners worldwide. From medical professionals, elite athletes, weekend warriors, soccer moms to everyone (that breaths or moves) Kinesio ® Tex Classic provides a high quality tape that delivers consistent and dependable results.
Kinesio Tex Performance+ Backing Paper
All authentic Kinesio Tapes have their own specific backing paper that always says KINESIO.
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It seems like the adhesive is not sticking beyond a day, edges roll easily and it comes undone requiring adding more or redoing it, though I'm applying the tape correctly.
Tape is not that bad but the adhesive is not as strong as I thought, as corners or edges of tape do tend to come off during my workouts. Relatively satisfied with the purchase however, just wish it did not peel off on its own.
Great option for when you don’t need an extra long piece of Kinesio tape or care about the color. Great for my wrist and forearm and my husbands knee. Tape is fresh, not not second rate at all. Thank you for offering this option!
Having never used it, I didn't know what to expect. Ah, such relief from persistent ache!
First time I have used it the pain is less in my knee,
Great price on a great product
I really like classic Kinesio tape! I think it's a great idea to sell off the remnant rolls from demonstrations or classes. My only thought is the date added to seal the tape end: is it the date the roll was packaged or the expiration date?