Sure, compression sleeves will give you some warmth but they may also give too much warmth. Depending on what you have, they may not be warmth regulating. In addition, they'll be squeezing the heck out of your arms for no benefit. Depending on the design they may also:
- be harder to pull on and adjust than arm warmers
- have no wicking properties for removing sweat
- have no fleece or other materials better suited for warmth
and so on...
Compression sleeves are intended for particular purposes (performance, recovery, medical issues). If what you want is warm arms (without sweat), you're better off with real arm warmers.
Edited by: PASTAFARIAN at: 11/27/2013 (02:06)
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