I gave wristbands a try.
The latest posts on squash clothing are below.
Caliloko is a brand of compression clothing for athletes. Their tagline is “Perform stronger and recover faster with luxury compression technology sportswear.” I first heard of them because they were a sponsor of the World Masters squash tournament, and they had a booth at the event. My friend Shai bought a pair of their calf sleeves and encouraged me […]
The Harrow Agility Jacket is a lightweight, waterproof jacket by Harrow. Thanks to Stian from racquetlab.com for sending me one of these to review. My review is below. In short, I really like this jacket — it’s versatile, convenient, and feels well-made. Black / Gray: Gray / Blue:
Normally I can’t be bothered to post squash clothing unless I’ve tried it myself, but these Salming squash shorts look pretty simple and nice:
Eye brand squash shirts: As seen on Paul Coll:
I recently got a chance to test out Trion:Z magnetic therapy bracelets, and put together this video review: As mentioned in the video, I’ve seen these bracelets over the years on Nick Matthew: And I didn’t realize it until I started researching Trion:Z for this post, but Laura Massaro also wears these: What are these […]
I’ve been testing out a few different squash shoe insoles / inserts. I’m not sure what the difference is between insoles and inserts, so I’m using the terms interchangeably for now. Soul Insole Read more and check out my review here. Sorbothane Ultra Sole Here’s my video review. These have lots of cushioning. Actually when […]
I’ve had a FitBit Charge HR fitness-tracking watch for over a year now, and I thought I’d put together a review for any squash players that are considering a FitBit or other type of fitness tracker:
Christian asked this question about compression socks for squash: @squashsource If you're @USOpenSquash can you review calf compression sleeves you see? Tough to see brands, etc. Seem very popular – thx — Christian A. Sidor (@ChristianSidor) October 12, 2016 I was down at the US Open last night and was able to see the socks […]