Size Guide - Graduated Compression Arm Sleeves


To find out your best fit of Compression Arm Sleeves for men and women, use a flexible measuring tape and wrap it around your wrist, elbow and upper arm. Use the chart to determine if your arm sleeve is size S, ML, or XL. Regular and Maximum measurements are width variations.

Measuring guide for graduated compression arm sleeves

1. Measure your wrist circumference at the narrowest part of the wrist that is above the wrist bone. (c)
2. Measure your elbow circumference at the fullest part of the elbow. (e)
3. Measure your upper arm circumference at the part just below the armpit. (g

 

  

  SMALL MEDIUM LARGE X-LARGE
g

23.5 – 28.5 cm

9 ¼” – 11 ¼”

25 – 31 cm

9 ¾” – 12 ¼” 

27 – 33 cm

10 1/2” – 13” 

29 – 35 cm

11 ½” – 13 ¾”  

e

22 – 27 cm

 8 ¾” – 10 ¾”

23.5 – 28.5 cm

9 ¼” – 11 ¼”

25 – 30 cm

9 ¾” – 11 ¾”

26 – 32 cm

10 ¼” – 12 ½” 

c

15 – 16.5 cm

  6” – 6 ½”

16.5 – 18 cm

6 ½” - 7”

18.5 – 20 cm

7 ¼” – 7 ¾”

20 – 21.5 cm

7 ¾” – 8 ½”

 

Compression level:

20-30 mmHg