Combining the high grade neoprene used in our knee sleeves with a thinner interior panel, ideal for pulling and pressing motions.
How to measure
Measure the circumference of your forearm and lower biceps, taken with your arm locked and muscles relaxed, then choose a size that best fits both measurements.
The elbow sleeves have more stretch in them than our knee sleeves, so if you are in between sizes we would suggest going for the smaller size.
We recommend hand–washing the elbow sleeves with water or a mild detergent (or a specialist neoprene / wetsuit detergent), then allowing the sleeves to air dry standing up.
The spin cycle of a washing machine can damage the sleeve, as the sleeve becomes quite bulky when wet, and it can potentially get caught up or damaged by wringing. High heat from a washing machine or a dryer will degrade the rubber in the sleeves (potentially causing shrinkage or brittleness).