As part of our large selection of practical athletic tape
, FindTape offers high-performance foam tapes to aid in a variety of sports-related applications. This category includes non-adhesive underwrap as well as adhesive padding designed to help with issues such as reducing skin irritation and chafing as well as providing customized padding for some areas of the body. These adhesive and non-adhesive foam rolls are often used in conjunction with athlete's tape. FindTape offers padded tape products by Jaybird & Mais, one of the industry's most widely used athletic tape manufacturers.
- Creating a barrier between skin and tape to help reduce irritation
- Aiding in painless tape removal
- Creating custom padding for injuries to add support and protection
- Securing bandages and ice packs
We recommend the use of Jaybird & Mais 50 Foam Underwrap/Pre-Wrap
in situations where you need to create a comfortable barrier between the skin and adhesive sports medicine tapes. This underwrap is creates pain-free tape removal (since the tape adheres to the foam pre-wrap, not the skin) and also helps prevent the tape from chafing or irritating the skin. This foam underwrap tape is also commonly used to help secure bandages and ice packs and is sometimes inserted into ski or hiking boots for added padding.
FindTape.com also offers padded tape wrap featuring a natural rubber adhesive, including Jaybird & Mais 30/31
. This tape is commonly used to make custom padding for areas of the body, especially over lacerations, bruises and bumps. It is easy use with athletic tape, especially when you want to add protection and comfort to taping applications. Because it's 100 percent latex-free, it's regularly used for patients with allergies and skin sensitivities. FindTape carries adhesive foam and underwrap in multiple thicknesses, lengths and ordering options to meet your specific needs.
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