Incrediwear announces its continuing partnership with EF Education-Nippo. 

As the official recovery-wear supplier, Incrediwear will ensure that all riders from its international professional team will have access to Incrediwear recovery products, including sleeves, braces and wraps that will also help in performance injury prevention.

“The EF Education-Nippo cycling team is the pinnacle of greatness in the cycling world,” said Incrediwear Founder Jackson Corely. “I am proud to say Incrediwear was asked this year again to be the official recovery product for the team. Recovery and prevention are the keys to success, and we have proven to lower injury rate, recovery rate and now lower muscle load which leads to less fatigue.”

EF Education-Nippo crew of 30 riders represents 15 nationalities, 11 languages with a combined riding distance equal to summiting Mount Everest 634 times. Early season success came with rider Alberto Bettiol placing sixth in Tirreno-Adriatico and Magnus Cort, who was the final stage winner at the Paris-Nice stage race.

“We are thrilled that Incrediwear has renewed their partnership with us in 2021,” said Matt Rabin, head of Physical Therapy for EF Education-Nippo. “As their products continue to evolve, our riders increasingly gain a competitive edge when it comes to recovery. The feedback we received last year from riders was great. They’re a fantastic partner for us.”

This year the team will compete in the UCI WorldTour circuit and globally staged cycling events. “Creating that extra edge for EF is my goal,” said Corley. “I want to help provide energy for those long days in the saddle and sprints to the finish line.”

Incrediwear offers a wide assortment of wearable anti-inflammatory sleeves, braces and wraps used by athletes worldwide. Material is embedded with carbon and germanium, semiconductor elements that release negative ions when stimulated by body heat. The negative ions activate cellular vibrations that increase blood flow and speed. Increasing circulation helps bring more oxygen and nutrients to the target area, optimizing the body’s natural healing process and accelerating recovery.

The company was founded in Chico, CA in 2009 by Corley and has striven to revolutionize the Health and Fitness Industry to allow the wearer to get back to an active lifestyle. 

Photo courtesy Incrediwear x EF Education-Nippo