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Cho-Pat Shin Splint Compression Sleeve, Each

Item #: 10098
75% of customers would recommend this to a friend (3 out of 4)
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Cho-Pat Shin Splint Compression Sleeve stimulates circulation for pain relief

Gentle compression is what medical doctors often prescribe to alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with shin splints. This compression sleeve slips on to support lower leg muscles and soft leg tissue while stimulating circulation. The enhanced circulation induces warmth, controlling fluid build-up.

Features & Benefits of Cho-Pat Shin Splint Compression Sleeve:

  • Gentle compression supports lower leg muscles and soft leg tissue.
  • This sleeve stimulates circulation to induce warmth and helps control fluid build-up.
  • Two adjustable foam straps act as shock absorbers.
  • Adjustable hook-and-loop closures help to secure the splint.

Other Important Information About Cho-Pat Shin Splint Compression Sleeve:

  • Material Content: elastin, nylon, foam straps.
  • Care: Hand wash in warm water and mild detergent. Air dry. Keep the hook-and-loop fasteners free of lint and threads by affixing them in position on the splint when not in use and during cleaning.
  • Made in USA.

Customer Reviews  1 - 4 reviews of 4
Sizing Chart is wrong

  • 2 of 5
Product is effective but the sizing chart gave me a product that was ridiculously difficult to get on and off. Waste of money.
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Good Product but Not true to Size

  • 2 of 5
This is a good product overall, but better for ppl that don't have athletic legs(bigger calves) or circulation issues as i do. I measured correctly a medium, but was way too tight, so had to send back for large. The product is high quality, & benefits listed do work, but for me, had issue with size so had to wait, and then deal with that, before i could use it.
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  • 5 of 5
As a distance runner in high school, I was plagued by shin splints (and some stress fractures) each season. I always did what the trainers told me: toe taps, ice, heel walks, and orthotics -- but none of them worked. A few years out of high school now (and not doing much running since), I started training again 3 weeks ago. Within 50 miles of training, my shin splints were already back, and had progressed enough that they hurt when I walk. I bought the Cho-Pat's, and, while this is an admittedly early review (only 30 miles of training with them thus far), I have had no shin pain while running. I am using these compression sleeves for the runs, wearing compression socks the rest of the day otherwise, and icing regularly with the compression ice sleeve also on this page. As I said, this is still early in the treatment, but this seems to be working better then spending hundreds of dollars on physical therapy and professional/custom orthotics. I will write a review in a few months and see if these products keep the splints away.
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Serious Relief

  • 5 of 5
I am very prone to shin splints and while preparing for a 5K I gave myself shin splints. Not only do these sleeves prevent shin splints, they enabled me to run even though I still had shin splints. I am going to invest in a couple more pairs.
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