Why use protectors when playing basketball?
Basketball has changed a lot over the past few years for intermediate level players. The game has become much more intense with more frequent contact becoming widespread. This is why Tarmak developed its range of protective gear to reduce injuries from knocks and falls.
Who designs the Tarmak basketball protectors?
Tarmak is a team of keen basketball players who develop products especially for playing basketball. Our entire clothing range is designed to meet the needs of the most demanding basketball players so that you can enjoy your training sessions to the full.
Did you know that all Tarmak products are tested in real-world game conditions?
The design team behind the TARMAK products is based at Kipstadium in Northern France. It is constantly aiming to make basketball a more enjoyable experience. All our products are designed with materials for which we have verified the quality in terms of moisture management, durability, etc. Each and every shoe model is tested in real-world situations by basketball players for several weeks, and undergo changes based on your feedback.
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Tarmak is now partnered with the NBA!
Decathlon's basketball brand Tarmak is now partnered with the NBA. This partnership with the National Basketball Association has resulted in a collection co-branded NBA X TARMAK featuring the colours and logos of the best NBA franchises on products likeshoes, protective gear (arm sleeves and knee pads), base layers, undershorts, and joint and muscular supports.
The NBA is coming to Decathlon!
Find your favourite NBA teams like the Los Angeles Lakers, the Golden State Warriors, the Houston Rockets, the New York Knicks, the Los Angeles Clippers, the Boston Celtics, the Miami Heat, and even the Brooklyn Nets.