Compressport Full Socks – Full Compression Socks (Version 2.1)
Compressport Full Socks combine all the latest technologies in one sock ensuring athletes the best effects during effort while making the most of maximum recovery afterwards. The Full Sock performs both during use and in recovery. Its graduated compression combined with comfortable design optimises blood flow and stimulates venous return, also making it ideal for travel.
New V2.1 Feature – Ultra Ventilation Mesh
For Lighter, Dryer & Fresher Feet. New areas of ventilation around the shin, ankle, instep, heel and toes mean that the foot is kept even lighter, dryer and fresher. Breathable, thanks to all of the ventilation zones that wicks damp air and sweat away to provide even more protection against heat, the risks of overheating, blisters and athlete’s foot.
New V2.1 Feature – Hemless Layer
With No seams and no elastic, the sock does not have a garrotte effect and all feelings of tightness and tension have been eliminated.
New V2.1 Feature – Archstim Support
3D.Dots have been added to the inside of the malleolus to further absorb shocks.
In normal use FULLSOCKS are tear proof.
Absorption of shocks and vibrations to muscles, veins and joints increasing the possibilities of resistance to effort.
Woven fibres second-to-none for their softness and comfort. The FS3DD offers you outstanding comfort.
The patented 3D.Dots are multidirectional ensuring maximum grip in shoes thereby preventing feet from slipping during full-on effort.
“The massaging acupressure” is designed to activate blood circulation by multipoint massaging of the sole area.
Air enters the 3D.Dots preventing overheating of the sole of the foot during effort.
Recovery & Long Flights
Ideal for recovery after effort and also for long-haul flights or long car trips.
For road or trail running, the new FS3DD offers you the beneficial effects of compression and support of the ankle and stimulation of the arch of your foot.
FS3DD is the indispensable recovery weapon for cyclists. It was the must-have during the 2010 Tour de France.
Located in the arch of the foot, this also ensures venous return and recovery.