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Feetures Graduated Compression Socks Light Cushion (Men's)

Feetures Graduated Compression Socks Light Cushion (Men's) - Graphite/Black
  • Feetures Graduated Compression Socks Light Cushion (Men's) - Graphite/Black

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Available Colors

Graphite/Black

Product Details

Style: PC6006M

Be ready for race day with the Feetures Graduated Compression Socks Light Cushion. Feetures' iWick fibers keep your feet dry and comfortable, and the Perfect Toe design eliminates the toe seam for an irritation-free fit. But what makes these socks really stand out is the graduated compression which improves circulation and recovery, reducing fatigue.

  • 79% iWick Nylon, 13% Polyester, 8% Lycra Spandex
  • Graduated Compression improves circulation, and reduces lactic acid build up
  • iWick fibers are anti-microbial and move moisture away from your skin for dry comfort
  • Anatomical right and left design enhances fit and maximizes comfort
  • Sock Lock technology keeps compression where you want it
  • Perfect Toe design eliminates the toe seam for friction-free comfort

Questions and Answers

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Q:
"Do Feetures Compression Socks have a tight band around the top? Hoping to wear them for a long overseas flight instead of my usual support pantyhose. But,concerned about the swelling from a tight band at the top. Thanks very much."
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Question by bonnie on 10/21/2019 - 1:27 am
A:
"The Feetures Graduated Compression Socks Light Cushion (Men's) do not have an extra tight band at the top. However, they are compression socks and will have a tighter fit. We hope this information helps! "
Answer by Marcus Mason (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/22/2019 - 2:49 pm
Q:
"What is the compression rating for these socks"
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Question by Tom on 11/4/2019 - 10:48 pm
A:
"The Feetures Graduated Compression Socks light cushion features 18-22mmhg of compression beginning at the ankle and gradually lessens at the top of the sock. This amount of compression is optimal for someone who is very active or for recovery."
Answer by Lesly (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/5/2019 - 11:52 am