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Mar 01

Compression socks provide muscle support and functionality.

These Compression socks are designed to provide the much needed muscle support and functionality, required for the reduction of muscle fatigue after exercise and injury.

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There are many benefits to wearing compression socks: Muscle Support, Accelerating Blood Circulation, Unique Graduated Compression Technology, Manufactured From premium Materials, Extremely Easy To Maintain.

What are the benefits of compression socks?

Compression socks are a great thing if you have poor circulation.

These socks are very breathable. I’m picky about my socks. I don’t like when my feet feel hot and get all sweaty and stinky. These socks are 78% Nylon, 22% Spandex.

Order by shoe size: Men: Small = 7 and under Medium = 7.5-9.5 Large = 10 – 12 and over Women: Small = 5.5 – 7.5 Medium = 8 -10.5 Large = 10.5 and over.

My daughter is going to school for nursing and also works in a hospital. I think these socks would be great for her as well only in white. At the end of the day she is always complaining of how sore and tired her legs are.

They provide effective protection, balance and support for the calf and shin muscles. Compression socks are a great thing if you have poor circulation. They provide effective protection, balance and support for the calf and shin muscles.

Renard Compression socks feature a very unique graduated compression technology, designed to help improve the flow and efficient circulation of oxygenated blood into your lower leg regions such as the calf and shin.

This unique graduation technology also helps to protect and support both regions in the lower leg as well. The graduated compression points offer immediate relief from swollen ankles and poor blood circulation in the lower leg regions.

These socks are engineered to prevent muscle soreness, by accelerating blood circulation and inhibiting the accumulation of lactic acid. These Compression socks possess an excellent moisture management control feature which allows the socks to wick away sweat and accelerate recovery.

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