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Thorlo Experia Compression Knee Sock

$29.99
Was:$39.99
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Highlights
  • Performance fit
  • Advanced support and compression technology
  • Knee length
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Fit & Design:

  • Performance fit knee socks
  • Constructed with THOR-WICK® fibers for moisture-wicking, superior softness, and durability
  • Lightweight toe pad helps protect the forefoot and prevent blisters
  • Extended heel padding cushions the heel and Achilles tendon against impact and chafing, while also locking the sock to your heel to prevent bunching or slipping
  • Ventilated toe box for maximum breathability
  • Midfoot compression and arch wrap supports the plantar fascia tendon for long-lasting comfort
  • Stabilizing ankle wrap reduces ankle strain and turning

Technology:

  • Experia® ENERGY is engineered to create differentiated compression gradients, with the most intense compression starting in the foot/ankle and decreasing across the lower leg, and the least intensity in the calf for targeted comfort
  • 12, 15, and 18mmHg triple-zone graduated compression increases blood circulation in the leg for faster recovery
  • Pressure-point construction is designed to support and stabilize the tendons and muscles in the foot, reducing foot fatigue, swelling, and chance of injury
  • Fibers infused with CuTEC® Copper Ion Technology provide exceptional anti-odor and antibacterial protection
  • THOR-WICK® COOL quickly moves moisture away from your foot to the outside of your sock, allowing moisture to evaporate for noticeably drier and cooler feet
  • Fabric : 43% Nylon / 23% THOR-WICK® COOL® Copper-infused polyester / 12% Copper polyester / 11% Polyester / 11% Elastic
  • Brand : Thorlos
  • Web ID: 21YNIUXPRNRGYVRTHSOX

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