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2XU Compression Calf Guard

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Enhance your performance.

2XU scientists want you to protect and support your whole body while you race or train so they created the Compression Calf Guard to protect against leg fatigue and muscle soreness while you push your calves to the limit. The circular knit construction delivers consistently even pressure and maintains an even flex while you race up the road to victory. Because of its extreme durability, 2XU uses Invista Lycra in the construction to ensure a long life for the supportive properties of the garment.

Tech Specs

Recommended Use:
training, racing

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5 5

Feels good

I bought this and I use them pretty much all the time (from mountain marathons to quick 10k). They feel nice and are also great for using after training for faster recovery

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What do the various sizes refer to? Is...

What do the various sizes refer to? Is it length, width, or both? How would I determine which size to purchase?

are these sleves graduated compression?

are these sleves graduated compression?

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Yes, these offer graduated compression technology utilizing 2XU's exclusive circular knit technology for guarding against leg fatigue, muscle soreness and injury prevention.

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i just got mine today, they are awesome to say the least. I know what grad compression at least in theory but I'm no expert. that being said the supposed graduated compression seems minimal if any at all.