Compression socks for snowboarding
SNOWBOARD compression socks are designed for snowboarding and daily use at temperatures between -15C° and -5C°.
Polyamide fibers perform in a new way here protecting the lower leg and the bridge of the feet. Maximum mobility and comfort, fineness and contact with the boot and the board — this is what brings the model’s protective properties to a new level. SCHOELLER ™ polycolon fibers retain heat, Lycra and Spandex elastane support the ankle and calf muscles. Moisture-wicking and antibacterial impregnation provide a healthy microclimate inside the boot.
Polyamide 62%; Polycolon 26%; Spandex 6%; Lycra 6%;
OVER THE CALF(15’’ – 380 mm)*
Schoeller thread consists of hydrophobic polypropylene fibers. Due to capillary effect this material drains moisture to the upper layers of fabric and dries quickly. It holds heat in due to fiber’s low thermal conductivity, and it’s resistant to wear as well.
Adding this sort of elastane (even a bit) in the formula gives socks excellent elasticity and stretchability. It guarantees comfort in wear and ensures that product’s size and appearance remain the same as on the day of purchase, even after several washings.
This modified sort of yarn provides the best protection and durability.
It is supplemented with antimicrobial impregnation.
This material is noted for its ability to quickly take on its original form. It can stretch 5-7 times. Bringing Spandex fibers in technologically necessary places, we ensure a tight fit and the required compression effect.
Socks’ soles are knitted in accordance with feet anatomical structure, depending on whether the sock is to wear on the left or right foot. As a result, the socks fit snugly, following every inflection of feet surface.
The moisture removal system is due to threads tubular structure which greatly drains any fluid away from feet. Technological fibers absorb moisture from the skin, bring it to fabric surface and then evaporate it, drying out in a very short time.
The protective shields complex is an advanced foot-arch, toes, heels and Achilles tendon support. These areas take on the greatest load and get vulnerable during alpine skiing.
This is a “smart” knitting taking the foot shape, stretching and shrinking if required. A remarkable fabric texture adapts to every foot surface inflection and “remembers” its unique features.
The introduction of special high-tech elastic threads to the sock structure allows for a tight fit and provides a compression effect around gastrocnemius and soleus muscles. This effect significantly reduces muscles cramps during prolonged static and static-dynamic exercises.
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