Protective Arm Sleeves That Cover All the Way to the Elbow
Arm Protectors Made from High-Quality Cow Leather
Arm Chaps protective sleeves are useful in any situation where you need to protect your arms from scratches, cuts, bruising, and burns. Arm Chaps are also ideal when you need additional wrist support or additional warmth, all while allowing total finger movement. We hope you can take a few minutes to learn about this unique product and its many uses. Thanks!
Arm Chaps are sold in pairs. Each pair comes with a Right & Left Arm Chap.
Arm Chaps are the most comfortable, best protective sleeve for arm protection on the market today. They provide more benefits by themselves then the combination of both gloves and shirt/jacket sleeves, without getting in the way - plus they add wrist support and provide adjustable warmth, making them extremely versatile.
Arm Chaps are made with high quality cow leather that's thicker than most gloves, yet soft enough to form-fit to your arm and hand after a few hours of use. Once broken in, you'll forget you have them on - they're that comfortable! This leather acts as a tough outer layer which will help protect the skin from bruises, burns, cuts, scrapes, and many other injuries. This layer of leather also helps keep you warm in cold environments by warming the arteries in the arm. Arm Chaps also tie the hand and forearm together in a way that provides excellent wrist support, without putting pressure on the wrist itself. This may be very beneficial for those with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Arm Chaps are not lined so they allow the skin to breathe, without building up too much heat, or causing the skin to feel itchy like many other wrist support devices.
Arm Chaps provide the following benefits:
Hand, wrist, and forearm protection
Helps prevent bruising, cuts, scrapes, and burns.
Protects people with very thin skin, due to age or medications they take.
Protects as a Dialysis Arm Band, and protects the Fistula on forearms.
Total finger movement without restriction
Allows for adjusting the airflow going up shirt, jacket, or coat sleeves.
Benefits that gloves or wrist-support devices can't provide.