2XU has built a legendary brand on its compression clothing, and the Women's Compression Performance Run Socks are a core part of that story. Their compressive fabric enhances blood flow and reduces damaging muscle vibration, and the result is less fatigue. It's no gimmick either--these socks have been proven by elite athletes the world over. If you suffer with sore calves, shin splints, or any other muscle pain of the lower leg, you really owe it to yourself to see what all the fuss is about.2XU's PXW compression fabric is used throughout to provide added support to your calves, shins, ankles, Achilles, and the arches of your feet. As you're most likely aware, this added compression helps to force blood up and out of your feet and lower leg, enhancing circulation. That means that more freshly oxygenated blood will circulate, helping your muscles to work at maximum efficiency. Your muscles can vibrate under heavy exertion, leading to muscle strain, and these compression socks protect against these vibration-related injuries. This characteristic makes them especially effective for those struggling with calf injuries, or shin splints. The seamless design means that chafing is a non-issue. Just remember, these need to be snug in order to provide you with the full benefit.The 2XU Compression Performance Women's Run Socks are available in five sizes, from X-Small, to X-Large, and in the colors Black/black, Forest Green/lemon, Hot Pink/gray and Pink/neon coral.
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