She-Ra, the Princess of Power no longer has to live in the shadow of her twin brother, He-Man! With these awesome women’s grappling tights, Princess Adora certainly has the upper hand over Prince Adam, at least when it comes to fashion (c’mon, the guy wears a loincloth for god’s sake…)
The design on these sports leggings features She-Ra cruising around Etheria on her winged unicorn Swift Wind. Not a bad way to get around…cheap insurance and keeps gas costs in check.
Perfect for repelling nasty bacteria, as well as the evil Hordak, these officially licensed She-Ra Fusion Fight Gear ladies BJJ spats have a tight compression fit and make it tough for your opponent to grab your legs as you slice through their guard.
These She-Ra compression pants are also great for wicking moisture away from the body, and will dry very quickly.
These She-Ra yoga pants can be worn under a pair of shorts, or on their own. They are designed specifically for a woman’s body, with a thicker compression waistband to help eliminate the dreaded muffin top, and so that they don’t ride down in the back while squatting. We also added in a diamond shaped crotch gusset to improve all around comfort.
High quality flatlock stitching makes these She-Ra grappling tights great for resisting even the toughest wear and tear. They’ve been printed with a sublimation process meaning that the design will never crack or peel off.
The material is a high-end 88% polyester, 12% spandex blend. The spandex content creates more elasticity and results in a more comfortable, contoured fit that hugs your body and makes you tough to grab. We use a thicker, 280 gsm material throughout the pants that makes them less sheer and tougher to see through (thank you for the lesson Lululemon).
All Fusion FG compression leggings and spats are overbuilt to withstand the strains of grappling, but they can and should be used for basically any other sport where you sweat such as; surfing, cross-fit training, snowboarding, hockey, weight lifting, running, yoga, cycling, OCR, and the list goes on…