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All Terrain, Self-Stick Tape, 1 Roll

All Terrain, Self-Stick Tape, 1 Roll

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Product Overview


  • Sticks to Itself - Not to Hair or Skin
  • Stretchy and Breathable
  • 2 in x 5 yds (50 mm x 4.5 m), Stretched
  • 2 in x 2.2 yds (50 mm x 2 m) Unstretched

For Securing a Dressing

Self-Stick Tape is ideal for securing first aid bandages, post-surgical dressing, and tubing.

  • Secures first aid and post-surgical dressing without traditional tape.
  • Easy and painless removal. Sticks only to itself, not to skin or hair.
  • Non-slip, flexible wrap adapts to body contours, making it easy to bandage joints and other hard-to-secure places.
  • Breathable

All Terrain® provides effective, safe skin protection products. All Terrain's mission is to help people live more active, healthy lifestyles.

All Terrain® sells:

  • Topical First Aid
  • Itch Relief
  • Insect Repellents
  • Sunscreens

All Terrain® products protect your outside, so you feel better inside.

Expiration Date

01/01/2027 00:00:00




Not made with natural rubber latex or synthetic derivatives

Suggested Use

3-Step Wound Care

  1. Clean
    • Gently clean the wound using Gauze Pad (not included) with mild soap and water. Carefully dry the affected area and apply medication if needed. Discard the used pad.
  2. Cover
    • Carefully cover the wound with a Non-Stick Pad to help absorb fluid (not included).
  3. Secure
    • Secure pad with Self-Stick Tape. Do not wrap too tightly. If Self-Stick feels too tight, remove and wrap again.

Directions: Use a gauze pad to gently clean in and around injured area with mild soap and water. Dry injured area and apply medication if necessary. Cover wound with a non-stick pad or dressing. Wrap with Self-Stick Tape to secure the pad and help keep out dirt and contaminants. Overlap tape and press onto underlying layer to keep end in place.


In case of deep puncture wounds or serious burns, consult physician. Wrapping too tightly could impair circulation. If Self-Stick Tape feels too tight, remove and wrap again.