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Smart textile firm Kymira has launched the 'Ultimate Recovery Kit' in partnership with sports nutrition company Bio Synergy.

Launching under the Kymira Sports brand, the kit is designed to aid recovery from sports injuries and workouts and will feature Kymira's Infrared ankle socks, Core 3.0 power shorts alongside Bio-Synergy's whey protein, BCAA and 'Power Beet' capsules.

The launch is a result of a new strategic partnership between the two brands, which comes shortly after Kymira announced a new strategy to develop more long term business partnerships in both the sports and wellness industries.

Tim Brownstone, founder & CEO of Kymira, says: "Kymira Sport customers are looking for those extra percentage gains and our garments offer a way for them to do this."

"This partnership is a further step forward for Kymira Sport, as it showcases our ongoing desire to offer the best wearable technology to help boost performance and aid recovery. We are always looking to work with like-minded companies who have innovation and customer requirements at the forefront of their values."

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Kymira Sport
Kymira Sport is a leading producer of infrared performance and recovery enhancing sportswear. Founded in 2013 following five years of academic research and development, Kymira has created a range of products that are used by both professional and amateur athletes.
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Kymira Ltd: Unit 59-61 Milford Road Trading Estate, Milford Road, Reading, RG1 8LG
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+44 (0)118 958 5262
Smart textile firm Kymira has launched the 'Ultimate Recovery Kit' in partnership with sports nutrition company Bio Synergy.
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