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Better circulation means more than just warmer toes.

In the constant quest to refine your skills on the hill, the Ski Compression Sock from EURO Socks adds lightweight comfort and precision without cutting off your blood circulation. The patented gradual compression from calf to toe means that your blood can freely circulate and help support your muscles, prevent cramping lactic acid build-up, and improve oxygen delivery for enhanced muscle performance.

  • The Silver DryStat fabric provides incredible moisture management no matter how warm it gets on the hill
  • Light padding in the shin, heel, and sole cushion the impact of your rigid ski boot in bumpy terrain
  • Smooth toe seam gives you a flat and virtually seamless toe for comfort in a snug ski boot

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How do you quantify these compression...

How do you quantify these compression socks. Is there a measurement in mmhg that indiscates how much compression these offer...something to make comparisons with other models or brands?

I've been told by a ski shop that these...

I've been told by a ski shop that these will help keep feet/toes warm during skiing. Any experience on how these compare for warmth?

If they fit correctly, they can improve circulation, keeping your toes warmer. Problem is, they're devillishly hard to fit right. Too small, and they lower circulation = cold. Too big, and you've just spent $30 for something that does nothing. I've used CEP compression socks, and ended up returning them and not liking them.

Can these be used for ice hockey?

Can these be used for ice hockey?