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In this case, pressure is a good thing.

Reduce lower leg cramp, reduce uncomfortable shin bang, and keep your feet nice and warm when you pull on the CEP Men's Skiing Compression Sock before a long day on the hill. Whether you're sliding up a skin track or turning laps on the lift, these socks keep your feet comfortable and provide light compression that improves skiing performance so you can ski harder, longer.
  • Graduated medi-compression gently squeezes the muscles in your lower leg to improve blood circulation and increase oxygen delivery in order to help flush out lactic acids
  • Medi-compression also helps to stabilize muscles in order to reduce shin splints, pulled muscles, and calf craps
  • Right and left specific socks have ankle and achilles padding for additional comfort inside your boots
  • Foot and shin padding all but eliminates uncomfortable shin bang when your shins make contact with the tongue of your boot in rough terrain
  • Odor-reducing silver ions help to fight the funk that causes nasty odors
  • Stretchy, breathable fabric helps regulate temperature at your skin by allowing the transport of excess heat and moisture

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5 5

Best ski sock yet

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Es ist die Schei�e.

medium performance thickness/not super thin, wears like iron, nice compression for all day hike/ski/you name it. Try some baby powder to get 'em on...

4 5

First time

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

This is my first pair of skiing compression socks. Seem to fit right based on the measurements Comfy in the boots. They were a little tough to get on at first but I figured it out.

3 5

Ok

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

At first these things offer great compression. If that's what you're after these work great.

After about 15 days in these I feel like the compression wears out, and they don't feel that much different from other socks. They are also quicker to stink compared to my wool socks.

5 5

Really like these socks...a lot.

They are worth the coin, if you can swing it. They really do offer all the benefits that CEP claims. Any endurance athlete know that the right compression on certain muscle groups is vital, for skiing (especially touring) these have worked great and kept me warm on days under 10 degrees F. Measure your calf for the correct sizing and you'll be happy.

5 5

Big Calves...No problem

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I picked these up the other day. I measured my calf and was on the edge of IV/V so I went with V size. Once I learned how to put them on (not like normal ski socks) I was immediately impressed. You have a left and right sock with padding etc in key spots. The CEP rep had told me about how they help flush lactic acid and it really worked. Super impressed after only a few uses. If this continues I will buy 2 more pairs for a 5-6 ski day a week season rotation!

5 5

Best Yet!

Wore a pair of these all season, skiing, skinning, boot-packing, through bitter cold dawn patrols and balmy spring afternoons, and my feet stayed comfortable and blister free. They're a more heavier weight sock than my old Bridgedale Ultra Fits, http://www.backcountry.com/bridgedale-ultra-fit-ski-sock, but I enjoyed the extra padding on the shin, heel and ankle areas that the CEP's provided. Once you read the supplied instructions, they're a snap to get on. After a week long Euro hut tour in them, however, no "odor-reducing" silver ions were going to help the funk coming off of them, frequent washing is recommended! I would recommend this sock to any serious skier/rider, the compression really works. Cheers.

Is there much difference between regular...

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Is there much difference between regular compression socks and skiing compression socks?

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I would assume that the Ski specific ones are insulated, because you'll be in the snow.

5 5

CEP Ski Socks...

If you are looking for a good thin sock look at these first! I have 3 pairs of these and swear by them now. If you want a sock that works as hard as you do when you are skiing look at these. I find that when I do wear these socks my legs stay strong longer and my feet definitely stay warmer then comparable non-compression ski socks. Yes, they are pricy but after a couple of sessions in these you will be glad you spent the extra dollars!