Combining the benefits of compression sleeves with aero dynamic material to create the ultimate calf sleeves.
Compression sleeves are essentially a pair of footless socks. They’re worn on the lower portion of the leg and cover the calf and shin. Apex Aero Calf sleeves have combined the benefits of compression calf sleeves with aero dynamic material to create the ultimate product.
How Do They Work?
Performance and Recovery
As their name suggests, compression sleeves work by providing gentle compression for your legs. This compression helps improve blood flow to the legs.
When more oxygen-rich blood flows to the legs, this helps push out deoxygenated blood, lactic acid, and other waste products that can promote muscle soreness, inflammation, and swelling.
Research shows that runners who wore compression sleeves experienced a 40% increase in arterial blood flow during activity and a 30% increase during recovery.
This implies that blood was flowing faster through the veins, meaning that deoxygenated blood and waste products were making their way back to the heart faster. This, in turn, increases the runner’s recovery rate and decreases muscle soreness.
We have also combined our specific aero 'trip' material used on our aero pro products which saves watts when riding. This means you get a unique double benefit from using this product.
- Helps promote blood flow and aids performance
- Proven to help recovery
- Aerodynamic material to aid wattage saving
- Keeps the calf muscle warm
- Can be worn under a wet suit and used for the duration of the event
- Can be used as a recovery product
- Can be used in none UCI time trials
- Aero Trip compression lycra
- Fully custom print in your team design
- No minimums
- Flat lock seam for added comfort and anti chafing
- See size chart in images
Wash Instruction -
- Don’t leave the dirty clothes in a bag without ventilation (plastic bag, sports bag, etc.)
- Turn the clothing inside-out before placing in the washing machine
- Zip up all of the zippers to avoid damaging them
- Don´t wash with articles of clothing that have velcro, as they are liable to permanently damage the fabrics. A clear example would be cycling gloves
- Wash with cold water
- Use natural soap
- It is very important that you do not use fabric softeners
- Do not machine dry