Last month, we brought you some pretty positive first impressions of the Total Compression Advanced SuperThermal baselayers – a full winter base layer from one of the new kids on the block in the compression market.
Following that up are the new range of Hyperfusion tops. The difference? Well, the SuperThermal is an out-and-out winter baselayer, the Hyperfusion is – as you might expect – a fusion between that and pure compression top.
The result is – in theory – an excellent baselayer for players who start off the game cold, but put some much throughout the game, they’re fully heated up by the end of it.
As with the SuperThermal, TCA have packed in an impressive feature-set that makes the Hyperfusion what it is, including:
– Ultra-tight TCA compression fit aids muscle endurance and recovery times
– Superior 4-way stretch fabric for maximum movement without restriction
– 3DAirMesh˘€žË panels provide ventilation in high-heat zones
– Flat lock seams provide excellent construction and eliminate skin irritation
As with the other base layers in the range, the Total Compression Advanced Hyperfusion top comes in a choice of either Mock or Crew Neck, making them more compatible with more styles of shirt – or whatever your personal preference dictates.
In line with TCA’s wallet-friendly approach to pricing, the Total Compression Advanced Hyperfusion' is a round £12.99 with free UK postage on all styles and colours. So if 2014’s off to a bad start wherever you are, you won’t find a better baselayer than this or the SuperThermal in the January sales.