CEP Compression Skiing Sock

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Manufacturer's Description

Many problems can be avoided if adequate skiing socks are selected from the beginning. CEP Compression Skiing Socks not only help to protect the foot from the development of blisters and sore spots, they are the first functional sportsocks with a patented pressure flow that provide a scientifically proven increase in blood circulation and a consequent increase in performance – for pure fun on the slopes.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

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.

- Backcountry.com

The CEP Wintersports Compression Socks - Women's utilize a patented pressure flow system that provides a scientifically proven increase in blood circulation and increase in performance.Why Choose CEP?- CEP is made with over 50 years of experience by a WORLD LEADER in medical compression products, medi, with "medi Ultimate Compression Technology.- Medically tuned compression designed specifically for the athlete to improve performance, recovery and overall quality of life.- Clinically proven to increase performance by 5% *- Prevent shin splints, calf cramps, achilles issues and other lower leg indication- Graduated medically tuned compression to help prevent blood clots and swelling during travel.

- CampSaver.com

Enjoy all-day fun on the slopes-CEP Compression Ski Socks increase performance, boost circulation, add warmth, and provide unparalleled comfort with a decrease in fatigue, sore spots, and blistering.

- EMS

CEP Compression Skiing Sock

MSRP:
$60.00

The CEP Compression Skiing Sock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 13, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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