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    World's first wearable anti-inflammatory & pain relief product for horses!

    How it started?

    Since its inception in 2009, Incrediwear has revolutionized the Human Health & Fitness Industry with products that work to increase circulation, and optimize performance in athletes at both the professional and amateur levels. More importantly, Incrediwear was created to improve the lives of our customers through the everyday use of our products.

    Now we have turned to making an Equine Line to help horses with those same goals in mind; increased circulation, faster recovery and optimized performance. Horses are powerful, graceful athletes that may be prone to a variety of performance related injuries, particularly those involving the limbs.  For this reason, we have developed our first Incrediwear Equine products focusing on the equine distal limb.

    Incrediwear Equine products can be used in the healthy athlete to optimize performance through increased circulation and oxygenation of tissues, or in the case of injury to reduce swelling and inflammation resulting in faster recovery of the tissues.

    Watch Jackson Corley, Incrediwear founder talk about technology HERE

    What the product does?

    • accelerating recovery time after training/competition
    • reducing swelling & inflammation (takes the pain away)
    • helps prevent injuries
    • accelerates wound & trauma healing
    • improves health

    How it is possible?

    By increased blood flow & lymphatic drainage.
    The revolutionary fabric is infused with semiconductor elements, carbon and germanium. Which when stimulated by body heat, release negative ions. The negative ions activate molecular vibrations that increase blood flow and speed. Increasing circulation helps bring more oxygen and nutrients to the target area, which optimizes the body’s natural healing process and accelerates recovery.


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