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CEP Men's Progressive + Night Run Socks 2.0
CEP Men's Progressive + Night Run Socks 2.0
CEP PROGRESSIVE+ NIGHT RUNNING SOCKS :: Get more energy, reduce your risk of injury and be more visible running after dark all from a single pair of socks? Yep, you may not believe it until you try them, but once you've experienced the men's CEP Progressive+ Night Running Socks, you're sure to be a quick convert. You'll get increased blood flow to your muscles as well as joint and tendon stabilization that will enhance your performance and keep you safer from risk of injury and excessive soreness. Plus, while you're striding strong, you'll be standing out in the dark thanks to the bright neon color and reflectors featured on these fantastic socks. Your tootsies will even stay smelling sweet in the anti-bacterial, odor reducing material, and you'll rely on these socks to support you run after run because they also include Filament fibers for added durability. Features Filament fiber for extreme durability Wide top band for a perfect fit Extra-flat toe seam prevents pressure points Anatomical design Reflectors for increased visibility Metatarsus compression zone for arch stabilization Openpore mesh structure in the calf Optimized Achilles tendon protector The hydrophile finish effectively wicks moisture away from the skin for perfect heat and moisture management Air channels for ventilation in the foot region Benefits More energy, greater endurance and enhanced performance thanks to improved blood circulation Activates the flow of blood in the muscles Muscle and joint stabilization for reduced risk of injury Increased coordination by activating the muscles for a sense of stability and security when running
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Pedometers USA
De Marchi Merino Compression Socks Dark Gray, S - Men's
De Marchi Merino Compression Socks Dark Gray, S - Men's
De Marchi claims that the Merino Compression Socks are the first all-natural compression socks available. We suspect this is because it's much easier to dial the mmHg of synthetic materials to the level you want. Whatever the case, we're glad that the Italian manufacturer figured out how to make Merino compressive. Merino wool is a great all-weather choice for socks because it vents and insulates, depending on the conditions, and its natural antimicrobial qualities mean, bluntly, that your socks won't stink. Plus, Merino is just about the most comfortable material in sportswear, even with all of the synthetic advances we've been able to enjoy. There's something about pulling on wool that just reassures. Compression is something of a hot topic these days, which we owe to some dubious claims that have been circulating about it. Still, circulation is where compression really shines, as the targeted pressure increases blood circulation in order to maintain a consistent flow of oxygen to your muscles while they're working or recovering. This technique has been used in medical treatment for decades. Compression also stabilizes muscles, reducing the need to compensate for minute vibrations from sources like road noise that can fatigue muscles over time. Think lifting weights on a machine versus lifting free weights. The stabilization of the free weights creates more fatigue. Endurance workouts produce a similar effect, but it's more subtle except over long periods of time.
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Competitive Cyclist