Gradient Compression to Improve Oxygen and Blood Circulation in calves - Air Knit Fabric Breathable, Durable, Washable (sold as pair)
The Compression Calf Sleeves strengthen the muscles in the lower legs through powerful compression. The compressive effect is based on medical standards, i.e. it decreases from ankle to calf. The muscles receive a better supply of oxygen, continue to perform more effectively and regenerate faster.
The Sports Compression Sleeves Lower Leg strengthen the muscles in the lower legs through powerful compression. The compressive effect is based on medical standards, i.e. it decreases from ankle to calf. This promotes circulation in the legs and improves venous return. The muscles receive a better supply of oxygen, continue to perform more effectively and regenerate faster. Stimulating blood circulation also causes the lower leg muscles to quickly heat up, which makes them better protected against injury. The compression reduces uncomfortable muscle vibrations in the calf, thus preventing premature fatigue. The sleeves, which come in a sporty design, are available as a pair and are durable, breathable and fit perfectly thanks to their extra-wide edging band. They can be washed at 40 °C and can be tumble-dried. To ensure the correct size is selected, the circumference above the ankle bone and the circumference at the widest part of the calf must be measured, as well as the length of the lower leg up to the hollow of the knee.
Fabric: 79% Polyamide, 21% Elastane
Benefit from more power, increased endurance, faster recovery times - train longer and more often
Proven increase in power through medical-grade compression that decreases from ankle to knee
Temperature and moisture-regulating effect through breathable high-tech microfibre fabric
Wide edging for a comfortable fit
Sleeves protect you against UV radiation with UPF 80
Safe and non-slip through every movement
Durable, toxic-free product of robust quality
Package contains 1 pair (2 sleeves)
Measure for the best fit:
A) Measure the circumference of your calf at the largest point.
B) Measure the circumference of your ankle at the narrowest point.
C) Measure the length of your calf: start two fingers below the kneecap and measure down to the narrowest point of the ankle.