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TYR Competitor Arm Coolers

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Takes the edge off.

Reduce the punishment of racing through scorching sunshine and oppressive temperatures with the TYR Competitor Arm Coolers. Shaped with an ergonomic design, the Competitor Arm Coolers tightly hug your arms without restricting key movements on your bike. Internal silicone grippers prevent them from sliding around throughout your race. Built-in mesh venting and quick-drying fabric actively cool your arms during triathlons and training scenarios alike. Plus, SPF 50 protects exposed skin from sunburn, especially when you're riding through exposed stretches and higher elevations.
  • Item #TYR003O

Tech Specs

Material
80% polyester, 20% Lycra Sport
Fit
form-fitting
Recommended Use
cycling, running, triathlon
Manufacturer Warranty
30 days

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Extremely tight

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: Small
  • Height: 5'4"
  • Weight: 120lbs

I ordered these, although no sizing detail is given--really, who needs chest and waist size to get arm coolers. I laughed when I pulled them out of the bag. I have small arms and have worn compressive clothing but these take it all to another level. The important info was on the box, which recommended 8" upper arm circ. and 4.5" wrist circ. (S), 8.75 and 5.25 (M), and 9.5 and 6.0" (L). I think the issue is the lack of stretch overall to make the compressive fit, unlike CEP and CW-X, which are able to stretch more while still being compressive. I measured the TYR coolers myself and got 4.25" and 2.5". That means it takes a lot of stretching to go from 4.25" to actual 8" arm size, and 2.25" to 4.5". I also measured new Louis Garneau and Sugoi coolers in small (which fit me just fine): measurements are not that different, but the fits are entirely different. The LGs measured 4.5" and 2.5", and the Sugois 4.5+ and 3". I gave the TYR coolers a bad rating because of the lack of info and high price, even though they seem well made. I'm sure some would love them, but not what I was looking for.