Zensah Compression Leg Sleeve

Zensah Compression Leg Sleeve - Neon Orange
  • Zensah Compression Leg Sleeve - Neon Orange
  • Zensah Compression Leg Sleeve - Royal
  • Zensah Compression Leg Sleeve - Pink Tie Dye
  • Zensah Compression Leg Sleeve - Neon Pink
  • Zensah Compression Leg Sleeve - American Flag
  • Zensah Compression Leg Sleeve - Lady Bug
  • Zensah Compression Leg Sleeve - White
  • Zensah Compression Leg Sleeve - Heather Gray
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Available Colors

Neon Orange


Pink Tie Dye

Neon Pink

American Flag

Lady Bug


Heather Gray

Product Details    

Style: 6055

The Zensah Compression Leg Sleeve uses graduated compression to promote better blood flow. By increasing blood flow the Compression Sleeve helps to improve performance and speed recovery. Wide ribbing in the front supports the shins, and tight ribbing in the back supports the calves. Wear the Zensah Compression Sleeves for events, training, recovery, or travel. You'll feel the benefits the whole way.

  • Moisture-wicking fabric helps prevent sweating
  • Silver ion fabric is anti-microbial to prevent odor buildup
  • Graduated compression promotes increased blood flow
  • Speeds recovery and reduces muscle fatigue
  • Different ribbing in front and back to support shins and calves
  • Size XS/S: 9.5"-12.5" / S/M: 12.5"-15" / L/XL: 15"+ calf circumference

Questions and Answers

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"I am a Diabetic and have PVD. Some compression devices say not to use them. Is this safe for diabetics patients?"
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Question by Jo Ann Merrifield on 12/17/2012 - 6:37 pm
"These are not specifically designed for diabetic persons to use. The type of sock and especially the fit are of utmost importance in your case, so it would be best to ask your doctor for their advice on finding the appropriate sleeve. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/18/2012 - 6:35 pm
"what is the compression strength? 8-15? or what"
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Question by neen on 2/4/2013 - 10:16 pm
"This does not have a compression strength rating however it uses graduated compression."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/5/2013 - 10:50 am
"co mpression is measured in(mmhg millimeters of mercury) 8-15 means: starts off the ankle at 8 ends thru the calf and knee at 15, so gradually the pressure increases from the ankle to the knee"
Answer by senza niente on 5/6/2013 - 1:48 pm

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