Tarmak is Decathlon's latest basketball brand. Whether it's the court, the playground or even your home, Tarmak makes the pleasure of the game possible and accessible All the wonders you seek are within yourself.
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The TARMAK NBA collection offers a range of base layer tops, 3/4 length tights and compression sleeves. Designed to keep basketball players dry, the collection wicks away moisture, with quick-drying fabric, while the fitted shape prevents irritation from rubbing. Available in your favourite NBA team’s colours in adult and kids’ size.
In 2016, the Tarmak name saw the light of day for the first time at Decathlon. Previously, we could still find their basketball products under the name Kipsta, which was then the brand for all team sports. Since the creation of Tarmak, Decathlon’s dream was to one day work with the biggest basketball league in the world, the NBA of course.
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The partnership gave birth to a whole line of underlays, accessories and athletic shoes. Designed by Decathlon, all products will be marketed under the TARMAK basketball brand. In addition, the collection will be sold exclusively online on Decathlon.com and in more than 1,200 Decathlon stores around the world.
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Product engineer for Decathlon 's signature basketball brand, TARMAK, Eva Marsac’s story began fairly normally. Encouraged by her best friend, she started to play basketball at the age of 8, in a small town in western France. After a few seasons, she decided to take it to the next level by joining the prestigious Limoges club to try out in the French second division, while pursuing physiotherapy studies.