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Tiger Club EAB Strapping

Tiger Club EAB Strapping

Tiger Club EAB Strapping

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  • Tiger Club EAB Strapping
  • Tiger Club EAB Beige 2.5cm
  • Tiger Club EAB 5cm X 4.5m
  • Tiger Club EAB 7.5cm X 4.5m
2.5cm x 4.5m Beige
£1.57 inc. VAT
In Stock
£1.42 when you buy 48 or more
5cm X 4.5m White
£2.70 inc. VAT
In Stock
£2.42 when you buy 30 or more
7.5cm X 4.5m White
£3.47 inc. VAT
In Stock
£3.12 when you buy 20 or more

Receive 10% OFF when you buy a case quantity of any Tiger Tapes!

Tiger Club EAB Strapping | FEEL RIGHT...FEEL READY!

Tiger Club EAB is an essential for any professional kit bag. Whether you’re looking for support of the ankle, knee, wrist, finger or thumb, or to protect the ears and increase thigh grip during rugby, Tiger Club EAB will ensure athletes FEEL READY, protected, strong, and able to do what they need to perform.

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Why Tiger Club EAB? 

Tiger Club is a supreme elastic adhesive bandage (EAB) designed to offer a secure, long-lasting, professional and conforming fit. Its heavyweight, semi-rigid fabric is strong enough to last during tough conditions whilst its soft-cotton makeup provides extra comfort. 

With its durable adhesive backing, you can FEEL RIGHT knowing that once applied, it’ll stay on the pitch as long as you do, allowing you to focus fully on your performance. Its tensile strength, combined with this sticky adhesion makes it ideal for a firm, sustained compression.

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Why the centre line?

Our White Tiger Club EAB rolls come with a thin guideline down the centre of each roll. This is to help facilitate correct over-lapping and even compression. It also helps reduce waste!

Our EAB strapping unwinds off the roll smoothly during application so you can carry out taping techniques with ease. Just be sure to store the tape at room temperature for best results.

Plus, our 5cm and 7.5cm rolls come individually wrapped for greater hygiene and protection in your kit bag or around the treatment room.

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What is it used for?

Tiger Club EAB is a firm favourite across many sports, in particular, rugby. It can be used to fix lifting blocks to the lineout’s thighs and protect the head and ears during the scrum.

It’s also many professional's go-to tape for a firm and sustained compression, support of non-load bearing joints, as well as soft tissue strapping and immobilisation.

It can even be used for holding up socks!

 Tiger Club EAB Strapping

  • Supreme EAB for a secure, professional and conforming fit
  • Strong enough to last in tough environments
  • Soft cotton fabric with a feathered edge and easy to unwind
  • Guideline on 5 and 7.5cm to facilitate correct over-lapping for even compression
  • Latex-free
  • 5 and 7.5cm rolls individually wrapped providing greater hygiene
  • Useful 4.5m long roll

Available in single rolls or multiples.

GET 10% OFF CASE QUANTITY

To get 10% OFF please enter the following quantity to your basket:

  • 2.5cm: 48 rolls
  • 5cm: 30 rolls
  • 7.5cm: 20 rolls

You may also need Tiger Wrap Underwrap and Bandage Scissors.

Customer Reviews for Tiger Club EAB Strapping

As with all tiger tape products, probably best performing on the market, and reasonably priced

Mark Beer
03 February 2019

thank you for your products !

David kakabadze
03 December 2018

thank you for your products !

David kakabadze
03 December 2018

Terrific product.

Miss Emily Swales
24 December 2013

yes agree with maxine.

easy to apply and feels nice!

prefer this to other EAB's that can sometimes fray at the edges.

plastic wrapping keeps them clean in changing room, and the guys are less likely to help themselves to my physio kit bag!

Dan
19 March 2013

As a non physio therapist I find this tape very easy to use as it is repositionable, so if it goes on wrong it doesn't mean wasting it. Supports the problem areas well with minimal/zero 'pinching' (depending on how well I apply it)!.

Maxine Lineham
24 October 2012

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