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Wearing compression socks is a great way to reduce leg pain by increasing circulation. Standing for a long time or sitting in the same position without getting up allows your blood to pool in your lower extremities. The lack of circulation can make your feet and ankles swell, an uncomfortable situation for most people. Compression
Zip Sox are easy to put on and take off, making it convenient to get the relief that you need.
The strength of most compression socks makes them effective in increasing circulation, but it also makes them difficult to put on. Zip Sox have a zipper that lets you easily close the sock, a great improvement over compression socks that challenge you to put them on. Bending over to reach your foot puts you in a position where you have limited strength, making it hard to pull a sock over your heel. Anyone who has arthritic hands usually avoids putting pressure on painful joints, and Zip Sox give you another option with a zipper that starts just above your ankle.
A blend of nylon and spandex is comfortable to wear, and it feels good on your skin. The toeless sock puts no pressure on your toes, and it fits all foot sizes in any style of shoe. Wearing compression socks can help you cope with poor blood circulation and varicose veins as well as with general stiffness, swelling and throbbing. With socks that give you many health benefits and require no effort to put on, you can take action immediately to improve the condition of your lower legs.
Even though the spandex blend is strong, it is not bulky. You can easily wear
Zip Sox with your boots or fashion shoes, and the pinch resistant zipper lies flat and unnoticed on your leg. Comfortable to wear all day as you sit at a desk, stand or run errands, the socks improve your circulation and reduce pain. You may choose to wear them at night so that you have no swelling in your legs when you get up in the morning.
- samuel lourcey