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"I bought these because of the price. They are half the price of Nike and I wasn't expecting much BUT to my surprise, Uvoider sleeves are of better quality and feel great. Not only do they protect you from the UV but they double as compression sleeves keeping your arms from getting tired. I am well pleased. I returned and purchased 3 more pair!".......by Tommy Jennings
"Your arm sleeves are awesome! Wish I'd discovered them sooner! I suffer from Melanoma skin cancer and really shouldn't be exposed to the sun over any part of my body. Your sleeves allow me to work in the sun without worry. Can't say enough about how much they improve my lifestyle. I classify products in 2 ways: swear by and swear at. The first time I put on a pair, I knew I had a product to swear by. Can't go wrong with the price either."........by Pierre DuCharme
"These sleeves are obviously high quality - much better material than some I have had. While the material is heavier than some, the sleeves still feel equally as cool as any I have had. Fit is really good and it appears that the elasticity off the fabric will last a long time. Very happy with the purchase.".......by Bruce King
One of the most important requirements for quality UV compression arm sleeves is that they don’t fall down. Yet, many arm sleeves on the market, even expensive ones, lose their fit after just a few wears and a few washes. Don’t waste you money on arm sleeves that fall down. Here are five things that matter in quality UV compression arm sleeves..!
The size of your arm sleeves matter and it must be smaller in circumference than your bicep in order to fit and not fall down. A good rule of thumb is that your arm sleeve should be about 1 to 1 1/2 inches less than your bicep. When you buy arm sleeves, don’t just look for a sleeve size chart, but look for a sleeve fitting chart as well. A fitting chart will show you the size of the arm sleeves that will work for you and the different levels of compression (light, tight, very tight) that the arm sleeves will provide to you. Have a look at the Fitting Chart for Uvoider UV Compression Arm Sleeves.
The compression of your arm sleeves matters. If your arm sleeves are constructed with low in compression fabrics and materials, then they will fall down after a few wears and washes. There is a tremendous difference between lightweight arm sleeves that are merely intended to cover the arm with little to no compression and arm sleeves that are specifically designed to offer performance-grade compression to support the arm muscles, improve blood circulation, protect from injury, and hasten recovery. In addition to quality material that provides lasting compression, you can obtain more compression by wearing smaller sleeves relative to the size of your bicep. The amount of compression that is best for you will vary based upon the activity that you wear arm sleeves for and personal preference in the fit and feel. It is always a good idea to experiment with the size of your arm sleeves and to have more than one size on hand in case of need.
The grip of the arm sleeve matters and it is the strip of material at the top of the arm sleeve that holds the sleeve in place. The compression of the arm sleeve also holds is in place, but quality arm sleeves provide a gripping strip to ensure that the sleeves will not fall down. If your arm sleeves do not have a grip at the top of the sleeve, it is very likely that after a few wears and washes they will fall down.
The stitching of the arm sleeves matters as it is essential in both comfort and durability. Arm sleeves that are constructed using flat-lock stitching, especially for larger sized sleeves, offer a very comfortable fit with no irritation or itching on account of the stitching. Flat-lock stitching also provides durability which will ensure a longer lasting fit and level of compression.
The overall quality of your arm sleeves matters. The quality of materials and construction will ensure your compression arm sleeves will perform and have a lasting fit. Look for UV compression arm sleeves that are made from a UPF 50+ polyester/spandex fabric, are well constructed, and have an elastic grip. Such arm sleeves will provide you the benefits of compression, keep you protected from the harmful UV rays of the sun, and they won’t fall down..!