I have seen a lot of people wearing compression sleeves lately. From other runners, kids in youth sports, professional athletes, and fans. At first, I thought these compression sleeves were just for looks or warmth, but they have some great health benefits too. Compression arm sleeves help with circulation, skin protection, temperature regulation, and recovery.
Product Review for SLEEFS Compression Sleeves
SLEEFS designs and produces custom compression gear. They have everything from arm and leg sleeves to headbands, bandanas, t-shirts and jerseys. They recently asked me, my husband, and kids to try their compression sleeves. My son has been wanting some for a while, so he was super excited to get to pick out some sleeves.
According to the package, SLEEFS arm sleeves are antibacterial, quick dry, UPF 50+, and rip/tear resistant. I was looking forward to giving these a try.
We went to the SLEEFS website and spent quite a lot of time checking out all of the fun options. There are sleeves with themes such as sports teams, athletic, artsy, cute, support/awareness (breast cancer awareness), and more. I chose the S/M Tactical Sleefs Savage Arm Sleeve. My husband got the large Baseball White and Gray arm sleeves and my kids got Youth Nebula Arm Sleeve and XS Digital camo baseball lace pink.
When the package came in the mail, my son immediately opened it and put on his pink camo baseball sleeves. He wore them to the sports birthday party he went to later that day.
All of us really liked the designs on our sleeves.
Although it hasn’t gotten cold yet, I can see myself wearing these sleeves on runs to keep warm and get sun protection.
The sizing runs a little small. If you plan on wearing these sleeves for sun protection and/or warmth I suggest going up a size. I’m 5 ft 7 inches 140 lbs. The S/M size were a little too tight around my biceps.
Get more info and check out all of the options here at SLEEFS. If you sign up for their emails, you’ll get 15% off your purchase today and free shipping on orders $50+.
I wrote this post while participating in a campaign for SLEEFS and received a promotional item and/or sample to thank me for taking the time to participate.
Rachel is an Austin blogger, educator, mom, wife, young breast cancer survivor writing about health, saving money, and living a happy life in Austin, Texas.
Rachel has written for HuffPost and Hometalk and has been featured on KXAN, Studio 512, Fox 7 Austin, and CBS Austin.