Compression socks for tourism
Compression socks TREK MEDIUM: these are cross-country trekking socks for trekking sports, alpine climbing and hiking in marshlands and mountainous areas. They also suit for daily use at temperatures between 5°C and 20C°.
The model provides better cushioning on the trails in the autumn/spring period. Polyamide shields buffer impact stress, protecting toes, foot-archs and heels, i.e. the most vulnerable areas of all trail runners. Build-in grooves ensure air exchange, moisture-wicking and fast drying even when you’re running in swampy locations. Сompression supports caft muscles and fixes ankles, allowing you to hold pace even on difficult routes.
Polyamide 86%; Spandex 8%; Lycra 6%;
CREW (10’’ – 255 mm)*
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.
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.
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.
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 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 trekking.
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