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BendtheBar 10-31-2011 09:43 AM

Titan Knee Sleeves
 
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Titan neoprene knee sleeves are 7mm thick and are IPF approved. Not only great for RAW lifters but any lifter looking for added support as well as to help keep the knees (or elbow) warm during a workout.

The x-small size knee sleeve can also serve as a great elbow sleeve for lifters in the 198 lb weight class or higher. You will sweat with these on. You get a PAIR of knee sleeves (not just one) and can choose either gray trim or red trim.
Titan Knee Sleeves

austin.j.taylor 10-31-2011 12:54 PM

They look like a perfect ripoff of the Rehband sleeves. I just got those and I must say I sweat like a beast in my new Rehbands. The Titans do seem to be about $10 cheaper and I havent ever heard anything bad about Titan stuff.

BendtheBar 10-31-2011 01:14 PM

I am wondering if they are worth trying. I have been training with knee wraps for 4 months now and am debating if I should go back simply to keep the area as warm as possible.

austin.j.taylor 11-01-2011 06:44 AM

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Originally Posted by BendtheBar (Post 185119)
I am wondering if they are worth trying. I have been training with knee wraps for 4 months now and am debating if I should go back simply to keep the area as warm as possible.

It will really depend on how much rebound you get out of your wraps. What type are they? I know my Rehbands give little to no rebound, but keep everything toasty warm. After my short warmup on the upright bike wearing my sleeves, i have sweat running down my damn calves already. The only bad thing is they take awhile to dry out after my workouts.

BendtheBar 11-01-2011 07:11 AM

I don't use wraps for rebound at all. I use ace bandages (it's old school) to keep knees warm, but I was thinking about stepping into the new century.

austin.j.taylor 11-01-2011 08:56 AM

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Originally Posted by BendtheBar (Post 185321)
I don't use wraps for rebound at all. I use ace bandages (it's old school) to keep knees warm, but I was thinking about stepping into the new century.

You will like sleeves then. Your knees will sweat like crazy


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