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Compression helps your muscles help you during the winter.

Kiss uncomfortable shin bang and muscle cramps goodbye when you pull on the CEP Women's Skiing Compression Sock. Stretchy material provides light compression that encourages blood flow, pads your shin, ankle and achilles, and helps to prevent an array of muscular injuries. Ski harder, longer and keep your feet nice and warm thanks to these skiing-specific compression socks.
  • 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

Love these socks!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

The compression is great. I have Raynaud's, and I can wear these with my ski boots on very cold days and still be OK. Yes, my toes get cold, especially on frigid days, but I don't have to stop skiing!

5 5

Love the compression sleeves...

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

And I just got a pair of the socks. I think the sleeves are great - I've worn them skiing, hiking, and on flights. I've noticed a difference in fatigue, swelling, and knee and quad soreness. Looking forward to trying out the socks!

5 5

Wore them for a week

I just got these socks before a ski trip to Alaska. Put them on the day I left and wore them for nearly a week, both traveling and skiing. They fit really well and are still in great shape after a lot of use. Although a bit spendy, I would recommend that every skier try out a compression sock at least once. Maybe it is just placebo, but they seem to have kept my ankles and toes from swelling during travel and they are a great thickness for ski boots!

2 5

Love or Hate...

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

I've had skier friends absolutely RAVE about these socks, others think they are a gimmick, and I myself found them to be painful.
I was excited to try them out, but after 2 days of cramping and discomfort, I decided these were not for me. Others swear by them, so I think it must depend on the user. This is one of those situations where the Backcountry.com guarantee has your back...either they will amaze or disappoint. I experienced the latter emotion.

I gave them to a friend who was curious about them, and she has no complaints.
Just didn't work for me...