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When you wear compression arm sleeves, you absolutely want quality sleeves that are the right size. However, the color of your compression arm sleeves is important too. While many first time compression arm sleeve users often opt for the standard white sleeve color, once you become a regular sleeve wearer, you will want to add a few colors to your wardrobe. Consider the following:
For the sport or activity that you will be doing when you wear your compression arm sleeves, will your arm sleeves get dirty? For outdoor sports like baseball or activities like gardening, it is very likely that you will be getting your sleeves dirty. In such cases, you might consider wearing a darker sleeve like grey, blue, or black. These colors look great and do not show as much dirt as your standard white arm sleeve.
The color of your jersey or sporting attire can also influence and help determine the color of arm sleeve that works best for you. You will want to wear a sleeve that complements your sports attire. When your compression arm sleeves match your sportswear, you will look good and play good.
Your cause can be another consideration that can help you determine what color compression arm sleeve to wear. If you are participating in a walk or run for a charitable cause, almost always there is a sponsor color for the event and t-shirts or hats in that sponsor color that will be worn. Just as pink is the world-recognized color for breast cancer awareness, other causes have their own colors as well. Wearing the color of compression arm sleeve that matches your cause will not only get you noticed, but it says that you care. You care to be there at the event, you care to support the cause of the event, and you care to look the part by wearing the colors of the cause.
Make no mistake about it, your white compression arm sleeve will go with anything you wear. But as you become a regular user of compression arm sleeves, whether for their many performance characteristics or their sun protection and skin cancer prevention features, consider wearing compression arm sleeves of color. Look good, play good.