Why you need these Coretech® shorts?
If you have osteitis pubis, groin, hip or hamstring injury, or a related condition caused by pelvic instability you will benefit from these Coretech ® shorts.
Why Coretech® shorts are different to other compression shorts?
Patented waistband technology
Built in (knitted) sacroiliac joint belt to provide compression to the pelvis and core
Medical grade compression level
Ensuring improved blood flow to the muscles
Seamless knitting technology
For comfort, longevity and less waste during the production process
Tightly grouped “spring like” ribbing body mapped over glutes, hamstring, hip and tensor fasciae latae and quadriceps providing micro massaging ( mimicking kinesiology).
Supacore has been registered and listed as a medical device in European Union and Therapeutic Goods Administration Australia.
"Supacore helps me with my core strength. I use it during competition."
Cam Bolton, Australian Olympic Snowboarder
"Wearing them after a match or day’s play allows me to wake up the next day and feel ready to train or play again."
Tim Paine, Wicket keeper / Captain, Australian Cricket Team
When should you wear them for best benefit?
You should wear Supacore Coretech ® shorts during training and competition, and post-training for anywhere between 2 -24 hours.
Footballers in the Premier league and AFL players play in them.
"We use Coretech for any pelvic related issues"
Colin Lewin, Performance, Arsenal FC
Who uses Coretech®?
In our experience athletes who play sports which involve twisting, turning, kicking, and a sudden change of pace seem to be the majority of users.
Football (all codes)
Level of Compression
High/Firm medical grade compression 25 mmhg