ABOUT THE PRODUCT:
The Zensah Compression Shin Sleeve is a first of its kind in terms of performance and comfort. The dual action compression shin sleeve is designed with direct input from athletic trainers to the pros.
The compression shin sleeve helps to reduce shin splint pain. The chevron ribbing along the front of the sleeve helps support the muscles in the shin area thereby reducing the risk of shin splints. The back of the sleeve provides support of the calf and Achilles. It is also anti-odor and moisture wicking.
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- 90% Nylon/10% Spandex
- Made in the USA
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shin splint problems
I bought these for three of my basketball and track athletes that have consistent shin splint issues. They told me that they love them and that the feel great. I love that they are made of that type of material and not the rubber like stuff. They breath well, comfortable and give the needed support. Will be buying some more.
Exactly what my son needed for a football injury. He is a big kid and I was afraid the L/XL shin sleeve would be too small, but it was just right. Used for a torn muscle along shin bone that he was supposed to keep taped for support while it healed. This was much easier to slip on and off rather than taping daily. Worth the cost, we would have spent more in tape. Our daughter also wears these on both legs for chronic shin splints, she is a runner. Does not eliminate her problem, but minimizes it greatly so that she can continue the activity she loves.
I had bought a pair several years ago and replaced them just last year. Somehow I lost one and he to purchase another single. Awesome product!
First time I wore them to the gym and noticed that my calves did not get a wink of shin splints. First time my calves have felt 100% in a long time.
These have made a huge difference
I have always had shin splint problems, going back to my cheerleading and ballet lesson days. A few years ago, I had extreme shin pain during a vacation to Universal Studios. I spent each night in my hotel room feeling miserable with my legs elevated with ice packs. After a similar experience in Las Vegas last year, I decided I had to find something to make walking long distances and for long periods of time at least bearable. I did extensive research and decided to buy two of the Zensah shin sleeves. They really have made a HUGE difference. I can exercise walk now with no problems (and I rarely exercised before having these sleeves), and I wear them any time I know I will walk for long periods of time (like a weekend trip to Chicago where we walked several miles each day). I cannot say how they would help runners or people who participate in more high-impact sports, but I will never be without my shin sleeves.