Sakura Shin Skins

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Regular Price: $32.95

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"Sakura" in Japanese means cherry blossom and is a symbol of the transience of life. Artist Tiny Bubble's inspiration for this piece was the element of Earth overlooking the natural cycle of nature. We all are born, live and must one day die. Run fast. Run far. Make the flower petals swirl in your wake.

Regular Price: $32.95

Special Price: $16.48

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INKnBURN Shin Skins are a light, soft and stretchy way to protect your legs from the elements. Great for sun protection, they keep you warm in the colder months and provide light support year around. INKnBURN Shin Skins come two to a pack, one for each calf.  To decide what size to order, measure the circumference of your calf at the widest point.  Small: 11"-14", Medium: 13"-16", Large: 15"-18", XLarge: 17"-20"

The fabric for INKnBURN Shin Skins is composed of soft, stretchy poly and spandex. Once the fabric is in hand, we cut it and then apply the color and designs through a special sublimation process that maintains the wicking and breath-ability. This unique process enables us to get beautiful, vibrant images that you can see but not feel. It also gives us the freedom to create leg sleeve designs you won't find anywhere else on the planet.   Bottom line, the design, fit and feel of our INKnBURN performance Shin Skins is second to none. 

INKnBURN is composed of a small group of mavericks and rebels with a  deep-seated addiction to innovate, create and constantly improve. We got  our start designing shirts that endurance runners could wear for 100-mile races and still stay comfortable and cool -- and look cool,  too.

All INKnBURN apparel is manufactured in the USA (Lake Forest, CA).   We love what we do, and hope that you'll love our stuff, too!

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