Compression Socks for Rugby – Used for Running Preventing Shin Splints Calf Pressure Support

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$19.95

Description

Sports Compression socks

Compression socks and stockings are designed for compression therapy. They apply gentle pressure to your legs and ankles, promoting blood flow from your legs to your heart. Ideal for sports wear ,assists in reducing the blood pooling that often occurs during rugby and other sports, at the same time promoting blood flow allowing the body to benefit

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Benefits of compression socks

Your compression socks will :

  • boost circulation in your legs evening up the blood flow and circulation assisting in the removal of lactic acid
  • prevent blood from pooling in your leg veins
  • diminish leg swelling
  • reduce orthostatic hypotension, which causes lightheadedness or unsteadiness when you stand
  • prevent development of deep vein thrombosis in your legs
  • reverse venous hypertension
  • improve lymphatic drainage

compressions socks for sport s and work

Description of our Compressions socks for rugby

ERGONOMIC FIT & TRUE GRADUATED COMPRESSION –

protect from cramps, reduce leg swelling & fatigue, improve blood circulation & muscle recovery;

ANTI-DVT BLACK FLIGHT SOCKS

keep your skin healthy, prevent from odours & allergies;

DOUBLE-STITCHED WITH SEAMLESS TOE – machine…

Compression Socks for Rugby – Used for Running Preventing Shin Splints Calf Pressure Support

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