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Any athlete can benefit from the added support and accelerated recovery benefits of CW-X's compression support socks. The patented built-in Support Web supports the calf and arch of the foot, and stabilizes the ankle joint for reduced fatigue. Torex four-way stretch fabric provides variable compression to increase circulation in the feet and lower legs and reduce lactic acid buildup. You can recover faster after exercise and your legs and feet will feel fresher the next day.
CW-X patented compression support socks increase circulation for reduced fatigue and quicker recovery, and support the calf muscles, ankle joint and arch.
These are too feminine. The compression is good if thats your only requirement.Published 6 days ago by Little John
There's really nothing compression about these socks. The material up the calf is thin, almost like nylon panty hose. There comfortable but they are far from compression. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Skafish
They are tight but supposed to be that way. Did the trick.Published 1 month ago by Victoria Ann Portillo
Ordered these compression socks to wear towards the end of my pregnancy, to help with swelling and achy feet at the end of the day. Would recommend them for that use. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sarah Shaughnessy
I am a size 7 to 7 1/2 women's and the SMALL sock fit perfectly.
I ordered them for a race and I was extremely surprised when I won first place! Read more
good sock well constructed. You can go cheaper but probably will not last.Published 3 months ago by "g man"
helped out a lot, especially when i strained my calf muscle in the winter and the frosty chills would almost make my calf muscle want to lock up bc of the injury. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bball
Amazing product ... I did my 100k on the highest motorable pass in the world at 18380ft above sea level and the cpression socks were greatPublished 4 months ago by Shank