• Ideal for contact sports where protection at the hips, tailbone and thighs is needed
• 9mm Hex™ Technology is lightweight, flexible and breathable
• Compression technology supports large muscles to help reduce pulls and fatigue
• hDc™ Moisture Management Technology is all about cool and dry
• 6-thread flat-lock technology for strength at the seams and added comfort
• Wash it, dry it, wear it
Ready, aim, fire up your muscles and performance. Once again, another shining “TM” indicates McDavid’s technological supremacy. Targeted Compression™ is everything you love about intelligent compression—increased blood flow, muscle stability and rapid recovery—focused on a specific area. All the benefits of compression are trained and targeted where needed the most. McDavid Targets your very best performance.
Hex Technology is superior, closed cell foam padding, uniquely and permanently bonded to our high quality hDc™ moisture management fabric. This gives every athlete, in any contact or collision sport, the remarkable advantages of protection, durability and confidence. This Hex Technology has been copied and pirated around the world, but it remain the leader, the innovator and the preferred choice. Countless professional and amateur athletes choose to wear McDavid Hex Technology. The Hex marks the spot for authenticity and performance.
Registered trademark of DuPont trade name Lycra is a company DuPont product spandex, t. y. elastic fibers, trade name.
Very thin and stretchy
Spandex fabric restores the original structure is lost due to knitting, external effects or strain.
Most expensive material
is a thermoplastic, silky material, first used commercially in a nylon-bristled toothbrush (1938), followed more famously by women stockings after being introduced as a fabric at the 1939 New York Worlds Fair. Bill Pittendreigh, DuPont, and other individuals and corporations worked diligently during the first few months of World War II to find a way to replace Asian silk and hemp with nylon in parachutes. By August 1945, manufactured fibers had taken a market share of 25%, at the expense of cotton.
Strong, tough and resilient synthetic fiber
Is poor against liquids, humidity
80% nylon / 20% lycra