Compression Socks VS Compression Sleeves For Legs
Compression Socks Or Compression Sleeves For Legs Which Is The Better Option?
We often get questions on which of calf sleeves and compression socks are the right choices. The question is similar to asking one what is the best running shoe, and there are just no absolute answers of whether right or wrong. Anyway, since you asked, then this is our take on the matter.
What’s The Difference Between Both?
Most of the time, it is up to personal preference on wearing sleeves or socks. Legs sleeves give the same amount of compression that socks would, but they are made without the foot portion of the sock. If you have a pair of lucky sandals or lucky ankle socks that you prefer to go with, you could still wear them comfortably with calf sleeves. Athletes would find compression sleeves to be great for triathlons as they can keep one moving when switching from swimming to cycling. However, you should avoid wearing compression sleeves if you are experiencing swelling.
Knee highs are perfect if you are looking for full recovery and performance benefits of compression. When you are out traveling, it is better for you to wear compression socks rather than sleeves for prevention of blood pooling in your feet and ankles. Compression socks are relatively more effective in the prevention of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or forming of blood clots in the legs when flying or long periods of inactivity.
Calf Compression Sleeve Benefits
Some may find the calf sleeves, which cost the average of $40 to $60, to be costly. There are few more jurisdictions to rationalize such a purchase, and it does not require rocket science to understand.
- Protection: They provide your legs with protection against abrasions, small scratches, and even nasty things like poison ivy on the trail.
- Swelling: Compression technology is now widely recognized to be capable of limit swelling, and it works especially for people who are on their feet around the clock. I reckon that people who spend 24 hours on the trail to achieve 100-mile ultra counts.
- Dirt: The dirt would be on your sleeves rather than your legs.
- Warmth: Gives you the freedom to wear shorts on those iffy days that you are not keen to wear tights.
- Coolness: While they do not keep you cool, the Team Salomon guys do look darn cool adorned with their Salomon EXO III calf sleeves.
Check out the chart below by Zensah to help you decide which option best suit you.
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