Weightlifting Knee Sleeves (2021 Phoenix Range)
This is the 2021 Limited Edition release thus there's a chance that Pre-Order sizes may go permanently out of stock, which we will refund your purchase if this happens.
This is a Limited Edition Pre-Order Item where fulfilment will roughly take 2 weeks to 4 weeks (depending on when the next restock date is).
Feel free to drop us an email first to check if the fulfilment duration is shorter than expected.
To get the right size, we would highly recommend trying out our sample pieces first through an appointment booked here.
You may also refer to our Sizing And Wearing Guide here or our sizing chart in the pictures gallery.
The weightlifting knee sleeves are manufactured with high grade 5mm neoprene. Designed to provide compression and support through a greater range of motion, ideal for dynamic movements. Developed in collaboration with world-class athletes, coaches and health professionals.
Phoenix is a limited edition collection, offering the same performance and are manufactured to the same high standards as our classic product line.
If you are new to wearing knee sleeves we recommend going with the recommended fit instead of sizing down, especially if you fall on size medium or smaller.
- Sold as a pair
- Ideal for dynamic movements, such as Olympic weightlifting and functional fitness
- IPF approved and IWF compliant
- Four-way stretch fabric with abrasion resistant material
- 5mm high-grade neoprene
- Manufactured in Great Britain
- Reinforced seam construction to maximise longevity
- Anti-microbial, anti-run inner lining
How to measure
Measure the circumference of your knee joint with your leg out straight, keeping your muscles relaxed. Measure around the centre of your kneecap (at the patella), and around the thickest part of your calf. If your calf is more than 4cm larger than your knee, then you may wish to size up to ensure a good fit.
We recommend hand–washing your knee sleeves with water or a mild detergent (or a specialist neoprene/wetsuit detergent), then allow the sleeves to air dry standing up.
The spin cycle of a washing machine can damage the sleeve, as the knee sleeves become quite bulky when wet and can potentially get caught up or damaged by wringing. High heat from a washing machine or a dryer will degrade the rubber in the sleeves (potentially causing shrinkage or brittleness).