Insta Slim I.S.Pro USA offers our new Mesh Panel Compression Shirt to our collection. Our compression fabric provides all over compression throughout the fabric. The featured power mesh panels located in key regions along your spine and collarbone provides ample airflow and breathability. Along with the targeted panels, the garment features flatlock seams to reduce chafing for better comfort. The magic is in the fabric! The blended fabric throughout all our garments, provides all day comfort along with additional support (depending on style of garment) due to our 4-way stretch. The fitment will be snug and that is normal due to the compression and is meant to hold the target areas in and keep you looking good day to day.
From attending weddings, going on dates, working out, hitting the gym, or just having it as a base layer. We at Insta Slim I.S.Pro USA has something for that. We offer multiple compressions for any occasion that you need.
- The Mesh Panels features, located in key regions along the back and on the collarbone provides airflow and breathability
- The mesh panel runs along your spine to provide maximum airflow
- Our combination of fabrics provides constant compression and elasticity with added durability without loss of range of motion
- This Men’s Compression Shirt consists of 72% nylon and 28% spandex fabric
- The blend makes our fabric soft to the touch and is smooth while on
- We use the high-quality fabrics for all our products within our brand
- From going to the gym, family gatherings, dates, weddings, etc.
- 72% nylon, 28% spandex
- Proudly made in the USA
- Machine washable
Please note: We suggests that you select the size that best fits in your street clothes as these garments are already compressed for slimming. See our Size Chart as well. If between sizes, select the size that fits your largest measurement.
Choose one size larger: If it is your first time to wear compression clothing, it is a safer option to choose a compression shirt that has a larger size so that you will not feel like being squeezed while wearing the shirt. A good rule of thumb is that you should just be able to slide your hand under it without strain. Wearing a compression garment too tight can also cause it to roll down. The garment should lay smooth and flat across your skin.