Skins Sportswear Essentials Essential’s Unisex Compression Sleeves
Activities like cross training and down-hill cycling require intense use of your arms and this is where our Essentials Unisex Sleeves work their magic.
SKINS Engineered Gradient Compression is a proven technology, known to provide circulatory benefits that assist with getting more oxygen to your arm muscles. In addition, the compression helps to minimise vibration so you can ride and work out longer without becoming as fatigued. They can also help to reduce your risk of injury and delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS).
Skins warp knit fabric construction is highly durable and is proven to provide 50+ UPF protection from the sun.
New ADAPTIVE Technology means you’ll feel cool when it’s hot and warm when it’s cool. It does this by binding moisture in the polymer structure to keep you feeling warm and dry and then releasing the moisture to the surface when you start to heat up, helping you to cool down.
Be seen in the dark! You’ll be able to continue running or cycling in low light conditions safe in the knowledge that you will be seen through the use of our improved reflective logos on the black/gold and white sleeves.
In addition to cross training and cycling our Essentials Unisex Sleeves are also suitable for basketball, cricket, and other sports that require heavy use of your arms.
Engineered Gradient Compression
Gradient Compression has been engineered to provide the correct level of surface pressure to enhance circulation and increase oxygen delivery – boosting your power, speed and stamina
360 Degree Reflectivity
The logos are all made from premium reflective glass bead technology. By day, it's sleek looking graphics but in low light they come alive with powerful reflectivity.
50+ UV Protection
SKINS proven 50+ UV protection.
SKINS compression fabric is made from a warp knitted mix of yarns that give you a carefully calculated level of stretch for controlled compression and durability.
ADAPTIVE by HeiQ
At low temperatures, the unique polymer binds moisture in its structure keeping you feeling warm and dry. As your temperature increases it changes its properties, releasing stored moisture to the surface where it evaporates and cools your skin.