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adamsilcio 11-01-2012 7:52 AM

compression leg sleeve
 
hey i've been seeing some pros wearing those compresion leg sleeves. rathy has one that he got from a friend in korea which i don't think they sell here in america.

i was looking into these things for post-knee surgery. i've had reconstructions on both knees and i'm a couple years out from each. was thinking about taking the knee brace(s) off and replacing them with some kind of compression sleeve. the one rathy has is pretty custom though... just wondering what kind the other riders were wearing and where you can buy something like this here in america: http://gamzimall.com/shop/goods/good...dsno=186785646

adamsilcio 11-01-2012 8:14 AM

http://vimeo.com/30715811

adamsilcio 11-01-2012 8:21 AM

here is a korean wake video showcasing these sleeves, its called ArmorSkin... http://vimeo.com/24254790

jordansudberry 11-01-2012 8:31 AM

Ive seen things similar to them here. You can buy compression pants for snow skiing that have different stretch around certain muscles that put more pressure against the muscle as you are riding a flexing it and the idea is that it keeps your muscle from tiring out and give it more support. I have never seen just a leg sleeve though. I would think it is the same concept though.

adamsilcio 11-01-2012 8:37 AM

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Originally Posted by jordansudberry (Post 1792309)
Ive seen things similar to them here. You can buy compression pants for snow skiing that have different stretch around certain muscles that put more pressure against the muscle as you are riding a flexing it and the idea is that it keeps your muscle from tiring out and give it more support. I have never seen just a leg sleeve though. I would think it is the same concept though.

right but these things have silicone tapping that is part of the sleeve.... im wondering where i can buy one, but here in Amurrrica.... http://gamzimall.com/shop/goods/good...5646&category=

adamsilcio 11-01-2012 9:03 AM

2XU makes these things: http://www.2xu.com/product/262/Compr...Leggings/12/67

gregs_place 11-01-2012 10:26 AM

what is the difference between these compression sleeves and a regular knee brace?

simplej 11-01-2012 10:46 AM

it has to do with blood flow and muscle contraction more than stabilization

gregs_place 11-01-2012 10:55 AM

ok thanks for the info. i had arthoscopic knee surgery this summer and i have a slip on knee brace that i got at wallgreens and it doesn't stay in place when i surf and wakeboard so what are some braces you all would recommend?

andy_nintzel 11-01-2012 12:48 PM

so these things seem to be just like what all the Olympic Athletes had on during the Olympics this year but in Sleeve form???

simplej 11-01-2012 1:50 PM

Essentially. More like a combo of underarmor and that tape on top.

adamsilcio 11-01-2012 4:06 PM

it basically replaces kinesiology tape

jonori 11-14-2012 10:06 PM

I sell compression sleeves and I use them for running (I just got in to triathlons). I have never thought about using them for wakeboarding but it makes sense. In my eyes, the benefit would be a decrease in vibration in your lower legs during landing. This would lead to your legs being less sore the next day. I used to get shin splints when I would ride a lot and play other sports too. This would have helped with that.

I sell and use a brand called CEP. I like them a lot. I will have to try them while boarding next time.

http://www.activelifestore.com/brand...eg-sleeve.html

Chuch 11-15-2012 5:04 AM

I've met with the business development guys from 2XU a couple of times now in my line of work. Their stuff seems pretty legit although I am not wearing any of it at this point, mostly because I havent been real active lately. I think their goods are in over 50 NFL and NBA locker rooms right now. I'd suggest giving it a shot....it cant hurt. I'd also think the recovery sleeves could be great after a long weekend for those of us who go to work on a Monday and sit at a desk all day.

supersonicmi 11-08-2013 1:19 PM

I wear the 2XU sleeves on my lower legs for running. For the purpose I use them for, which is minimizing shin splints, they work great!

EnerSkin 12-27-2013 2:30 PM

Hello Friends:

Good news. The entire ArmorSkin product line is coming stateside!

In partnership with Gamzi, Inc. we are re-branding the product line under the new global name "EnerSkin" (UnderArmour didn't want us selling here in the US under the original name too much :()

Anyway, we are in the process of updating the factory to generate EnerSkin branded and packaged items with official U.S. sizes. This should be complete in a month or so.

The entire line (sleeves, shirts, etc.) will be available soon on our US website www.EnerSkinAmerica.com and hopefully at a retailer near you.

This is real, official and happening - not a knockoff - we have partnered with Gamzi, Inc. out of Korea.

Please tune into www.EnerSkinAmerica.com for more info....and e-mail me if you want to be kept updated on when the products are available.

Thanks,
John
Partner
EnerSkin America, inc.
John@EnerSkinAmerica.com
www.EnerSkinAmerica.com

EnerSkin 01-11-2014 7:25 PM

Hi All:

Just a quick update that we are now up and running on Facebook and Twitter.
We hope to have products for sale within a month!

facebook.com/EnerSkin
twitter.com/EnerSkin

Regards,
John
EnerSkin America, Inc.

bftskir 01-11-2014 8:40 PM

Tommie Copper

Goonz 01-15-2014 8:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by EnerSkin (Post 1857140)
Hello Friends:

Good news. The entire ArmorSkin product line is coming stateside!

In partnership with Gamzi, Inc. we are re-branding the product line under the new global name "EnerSkin" (UnderArmour didn't want us selling here in the US under the original name too much :()

Anyway, we are in the process of updating the factory to generate EnerSkin branded and packaged items with official U.S. sizes. This should be complete in a month or so.

The entire line (sleeves, shirts, etc.) will be available soon on our US website www.EnerSkinAmerica.com and hopefully at a retailer near you.

This is real, official and happening - not a knockoff - we have partnered with Gamzi, Inc. out of Korea.

Please tune into www.EnerSkinAmerica.com for more info....and e-mail me if you want to be kept updated on when the products are available.

Thanks,
John
Partner
EnerSkin America, inc.
John@EnerSkinAmerica.com
www.EnerSkinAmerica.com

Any chance you will ship to Europe?

dvsone79 01-16-2014 12:46 PM

I have some Skins A200 compression tights that I wear occasionally when CrossFitting. They're ok. However, if knee issues are your concern and you want a knee compression sleeve that won't slip off, I cannot recommend Rehband enough. Look them up on Amazon. They're not cheap, but they work. I wear those almost every day I work out. As I've progressed at wakeboarding and started landing in the flats on some of my wake jumps, I've noticed it's much harder on my knees so I started wearing them for wakeboarding as well. I probably look like a Wally but who cares? My knees don't hurt the next day if I wear 'em, so imma keep wearin' 'em!

dvsone79 01-16-2014 12:54 PM

Specifically, you want the Rehband 7mm knee sleeve (the blue one).

EnerSkin 02-01-2014 3:39 PM

Hi:

We absolutely will once we get North America operations up and running. We are currently working hard on the re-branding, adjusting sizing for global sales, etc.

Thanks!
John
EnerSkinAmerica.com
facebook.com/EnerSkin
twitter.com/EnerSkin

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Originally Posted by Goonz (Post 1859970)
Any chance you will ship to Europe?


brithunsicker 02-02-2014 7:49 AM

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Originally Posted by gregs_place (Post 1792338)
ok thanks for the info. i had arthoscopic knee surgery this summer and i have a slip on knee brace that i got at wallgreens and it doesn't stay in place when i surf and wakeboard so what are some braces you all would recommend?

Greg, a good brand for a knee brace is at CTI, which you can have the doctor get you that is custom fitted. It would be a good idea to try and get your insurance to cover the bulk of the price, because they can go up to $1500.


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