Agent Travis Martz wears sleeve at game.
Pictured to the left is BA Vice President Travis Martz wearing a houndstooth pattern compression arm sleeve into the 2013 BCS National Championship Game in Miami. The sleeves was developed by a company called Gamesleeves that manufacturers school mascot design arm sleeves for fan spirit.
Arm sleeves first became popular among athletes when Allen Iverson rocked the shooting arm sleeve on the basketball court. More recently, RGIII sported a simple white compression arm sleeve on one arm during Redskins games and the Maryland Men's basketball team sometimes wear Maryland flag design compression sleeves. Long distance runners are also fans of these arm sleeves to enable blood circulation.
Gamesleeves makes unique mascot design arm sleeves for the fan. Imagine a football stadium filled with fans waving their arms that look like a tiger print with school colors? Or imagine basketball fans standing behind the hoop during an opposing team free throw waving arms that show school spirit? Gamesleeves are poised to become the next hot apparel accessory for passionate sports fans.
Gamesleeves has limited design inventory as of now, but more school are in the design phase. The Gamesleeves founders welcome all school design ideas. They can be reached at www.gamesleeves.com