In our design studio and partner university laboratories, we develop the most extraordinary ideas and then transform them into tangible realities.
We use our experience and knowledge, gained from working with a wide range of elite athletes from all sports, to help you reach your potential and achieve your personal goals.
We continually seek the most up to date technologies and ideas and are always looking to help you to enhance and transform your performance and recovery.
We use a 3D scanner to take thousands of precise measurements, these measurements are used to create your unique pattern and then each garment is handmade from this pattern.
This delivers the ultimate in fit and results.
All our garments are made to measure to precisely fit you, they are customised for your size, shape and sport, to deliver the correct graduated compression for you, your sport and your requirements.
Every garment is handmade in the UK at our premises in the heart of Sherwood Forest.
Each limb is measured and garments crafted to these precise measurements.
No one is symmetrical and sports people in particular may be very asymmetrical.
Does everyone who is a medium size fit into a medium sized garment?
Many benefit claims for standard size off the shelf garments are inconclusive, as most people do not conform to a standard size so accurate graduated compression cannot be provided.
Our fabric is deceptively simple on the outside and incredibly complex on the inside.
Following our research with Nottingham Trent University we have developed our own fabric to meet our exacting requirements.
Using the latest developments in technology to take full advantage of the compressing effects the fabric is strong yet still lightweight and maintains optimum compression for longer.
It stretches in different directions without losing its elasticity or compromising the strength of the material, allows for moisture wicking and has an anti-bacterial coating to reduce odours.
At Kurio we work with leading sports science universities to develop our products and are always looking for ways to improve.
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