Maximum Mobility Sleeve


HVIII Maximum Mobility Sleeve

For athletes who already utilize the heaviness and handle control of kettlebells for self-myofascial release, the Maximum Mobility Sleeve from HVIII Brand Goods adds a new dynamic to this trusted deep tissue massage method. The sleeve slips securely around most standard 40LB to 70LB kettlebells, and features multiple acrylic knobs for more precise, targeted muscle tissue stimulation. Great for smashing the quads, hamstrings, shoulders, pecs, etc., the Maximum Mobility Sleeve can have a far greater impact on knots and sore muscles than is possible with a smooth kettlebell surface alone.

The Maximum Mobility Sleeve folds down into a compact, portable size, and can fit in the side pockets of most gym bags. Includes HVIII branding and logo.


  • Sleeve accessory for standard 40LB to 70LB kettlebells (20KG to 32KG)
  • Acrylic knobs for superior, targeted, deep tissue stimulation
  • Folds down for portability
  • Color: Black

See More: Mobility Tools Available from Rogue

Gear Specs

Made In USA No
Color Black
Other Product Specs Designed to fit over most kettlebells ranging from 40LB to 70LB
Maximum Mobility Sleeve is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not perfect, but serves a specific need I have purchased a fair amount mobility tools over the years from Rogue and elsewhere including both Mobility Wod supernovas, mobility stick, a Triggerpoint Grid X, and a Theragun. Absolutely none of them are perfect, but all serve a need. The maximum mobility sleeve is no different. What I wanted was a way I could watch TV and get out the deep knots in my legs. The sleeve does this. The Theragun, the rollers, and the Supernovas don't really get deep enough in some areas. The mobility stick requires me to apply a lot of force. The Theragun also is a bit too loud for TV. The sleeve, when positioned in the right spot gets deep enough. But it is not perfect. The stitching is B grade at best, and I worry a bit about it durability. Because of the weight, 24kg, it can be annoying to move around and position. Maybe stronger folks won't have a problem. The only areas I see myself using it on, are my legs and chest. Maybe neck. I don't see how I can use the sleeve on my hips and glutes, but I have a golf ball for that. Can't use it on my back easily either. The biggest annoyance is actually having to remove and slip on the sleeve between kettlebell workouts that involve contact with the ball. I don't think that most people need the sleeve. Most could get away with a good foam roller and a lacrosse ball. It has a niche use in my opinion. Heck, I don't think I "need" the sleeve, I just couldn't release my legs and comfortably watch TV. Overall, I am not disappointed. I pretty much knew where the limits were, but do not regret having this around. It does what I hoped for, and that is enough for me. It is a good idea.
Date published: 2020-04-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's OK It was a little disappointing, the acrylic knobs move around due to the stretchy material. It became cumbersome on hard to reach places to move the acrylics knobs in place to get the right spot. Its still a good idea just needs a little work.
Date published: 2016-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome tool, especially for travellig I picked this up a few months ago and have been using it ever since. It really takes the idea of smashing to a new level (in both effectiveness and pain). It's also a great thing to take with you if you do any sort of traveling. Packs into a very tiny pouch.
Date published: 2016-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing First of all this thing is amazing! It works great & I love that it's portable! Being an athlete and traveling, it's way more convenient then carrying a foam roller!! I have also put it around PVC pipe and rolled on it! Definitely a must have!
Date published: 2016-08-09
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