Arm Coolers™ - Skin Cooler 90*
We invented the Skin Cooler 90 sleeves to be worn on hot days to keep you cool and protect you from harmful UVB rays.
Here is a Blog written by Tracy De Soto regarding the importance of sun protection.
Sizing: Please refer to the size chart button on how to achieve the right fit.
Fit Type: Compressive
Fit Note: Please do not assume your size is the same as in previous years, please use our size chart and if in doubt, email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Skin Cooler 90™ fabric stretches with you, is soft next-to-skin and breathable.
- Fabric blocks 90% UVB rays and provides a cooling sensation when wet
- Softcover elastic on upper arms to keep them in place
- Reflective logos for increased low-light visibility
- We are often imitated. Remember just because it is white, it does not mean the fabric will cool you. READ ON!
Want a quick and easy way to put these on? Click on this Tip from Emilio!
What makes ours different? Our Skin Cooler fiber is designed to feel and perform like silk (from a silkworm). Through Biomimicry, we took the virtues of this natural fiber and created a synthetic silk. It will keep you cool in hot weather and cooler when it is wet. Put it on and you will instantly feel the cool sensation. Wet it and you will notice a drop in the surface temperature of the skin between 7 and 10 degrees.
A MEDICAL TESTIM0NIAL: We received this letter from Dermatologist and Mohs Surgeon Dr. Michael Bax.*
I am an avid runner and triathlete and I recently discovered your Skin Cooler products, of which I'm a huge fan. I have been wearing them for a few months now and couldn't be happier. I am a dermatologist and Mohs surgeon at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, NY. Every patient I see is plagued by basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, or melanoma. I recommend your products to my active patients on a daily basis. It allows them to continue their active lifestyle while protecting themselves from the sun. I find your product to be far superior to all other cooling and sun protective lines. I truly appreciate your efforts and innovations.
Michael Bax, MD
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Scott Bieler Clinical Science Center
Buffalo, New York
***Dr. Bax has no financial investment in De Soto Sport and was not solicited nor compensated in any way for his letter.
Note: No garment should ever be a substitute so we always recommend you wear sunscreen underneath these, and all, products. It is crucial to keep in mind that a sunscreen's (whichever brand you may choose) SPF/UPF rating refers only to its ability to protect skin from UVB radiation. Because we know that UVA damage can be just as insidious, it is essential for the health of your skin that you use a sunscreen that contains the UVA-protecting ingredients of titanium dioxide or zinc oxide.
PRODUCT CODE: ACSC
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Great cooling fabric
The arm coolers lived up to there billing and did provide cooling on a hot (95) and humid Atlanta run. The only issue I had was some chafing at the top of the sleeves which I am trying to figure out how to prevent. I am looking forward to wearing them in the Ironman Augusta 70.3 on 9/29 which is expected to be another hot run
Hi Richard, Thanks for sharing your experience with us. Emilio has some good tips on eliminating the potential to chafe. You can check them out here - https://www.desotosport.com/blogs/tips-from-emilio/a-tip-from-emilio-to-chafe-or-not-to-chafe-that-is-the-question. We hope this solves the problem. ~De Soto Sport
Don't even notice them while wearing.
Great. One thing that is rarely mentioned is this item provides a layer of material between "most" bike aero arm pads and your skin. Most aero arm pad material on triathlon aero bars are not friendly to your bare skin. This item counters that issue and in general, I normally do not notice this item while swimming or biking.
Used for training for years, now for racing...
I have loved and used these coolers for training for years. They are great for early mornings and when the sun starts to really cook. Great protection and have kept a lot of UV rays off of my arms on long rides. More recently, I have been doing Ironmans with them. Not sure why it has taken me so long. They are fantastic for direct sun / hot conditions. For Kona, they are a must. If rolled up as Emilio demos in a video, they are simple to get on during the bike even if when wet from the swim. Will not race without them anymore. This year Boulder Ironman was exceptionally cold on the bike and then hot / direct sun on the run. Helped for both of these legs. Finally, they are quite durable and last a long time. Exceptional product.
Great to pair with my sleeveless tri tops
There are just some races that I can't wear a wetsuit so wearing my skin cooler shirt in the swim isn't a great idea. This is where I used the skin coolers for the long bike ride and paired with my sleeveless top. Glad to still have skin coolers when the shirt doesn't work for me.
Only way to go in heat and high UV exposure
I love them in the heat as well as on long bike rides at high altitude with high UV exposure.
|Length - Laying Flat
|X-Small||15.5" (39.37 cm)||9" (22.86 cm)|
|Small||16.5" (41.91 cm)||9.5" (24.13 cm)|
|Medium||17.5" (44.45 cm)||11" (27.94 cm)|
|Large||18.5" (46.99 cm)||12.5" (31.75cm)|
|X-Large||19.5" (49.53 cm)||
14" (35.56 cm)
The location of where the Arm Cooler length should be measured depends on where you want it to sit but most people like it somewhere on or just above the “ball” that constitutes your bicep when your lift up your elbow so the upper arm is parallel to the ground. Most important is that you consider how long the sleeve is on the top(s) you plan on wearing. Please see attached photos.