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+PLUSSOCK COMPRESSION POWER CALVES SLEEVES er til alle triatleter, løbere, skiløbere, fodbold-, håndbold- og basketspillere. 

+PLUSSOCK COMPRESSION POWER CALVES SLEEVES giver høj gradueret kompression (23,6 mmHg under knæet). Det sikrer reduceret smerte og muskelkramper samt hurtigere restituering.

+PLUSSOCK COMPRESSION POWER CALVES SLEEVES er lavet i Prolen®, som næsten ikke suger vand og derfor er effektivt for triatleter under svømning. Derudover er den særlige vævning kombineret med den høje kompression - som kun falder 12,5 % fra ankel til knæ - med til at sikre, at lægmusklen bevæger sig mindst muligt under bevægelse.


 

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SIZES AND COMPRESSION PRESSURE

You will get the optimal fit and the best utilisation of your
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+PLUSSOCK is available in three sizes for men and three sizes for women – and each size comes in two different compression pressures..!

The most important choice after gender is the size of your calf in cm. So when you've measured your calf at the widest place – well, then you know which size to get by looking at the sizes below.

A good compression sock is not bought according to shoe size..!

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With +PLUSSOCK, you can choose between 'Medium Compression' and 'High Compression socks" – one of the only sports compression socks with this feature. What's the difference?

We'll let the research scientists explain themselves:

'We've developed the +PLUSSOCK with two types of compression: high and medium.

Medium compression is intended for most people – typically for people who want a sports compression sock, but who don't have an actual problem. A kind of preventative sock.

High compression, however, is for people with a prior problem in the peroneus and/or the Achilles tendon. In this case, more compression in the soft parts is needed.

This sock could also be used if your doctor or physiotherapist thinks that compression socks might be a good idea – but you don't have a need for an outright medical compression sock.

Both types of socks can be used as flight socks.

In the end, it's your own choice – try both types at your retailer's and find out what fits your need.

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As you can read in the section 'Compression stuff', you only achieve an efficient effect if the compression is graduated. I.e. the pressure is highest at the ankle and lowest just below the knee. If the compression is constant and not graduated, the "flush" effect simply fails to happen.

The pressure in a compression sock is measured in Mercury (Hg) millimetres (mm) – or in everyday speech: mmHg. The higher the mmHg number, the tighter the pressure.

As you can see in the schedule, compression doesn't have any actual effect when the mmHg of the sock is less than 12-13. These are socks that fit snugly, but they've no actual effect - and even less than that, if the compression isn't graduated.

At the other end of the spectrum is pressure above 30 mmHg. This is actual medical compression, i.e. socks that are only to be used by patients diagnosed by a doctor. These are typically diabetics or people who are rather sedentary or bedbound or otherwise has a bad circulation.

As one of the only sports compression socks, the +PLUSSOCK offers a 'medium' and a 'high' model:

The 'Medium' compression sock – the preventative sock, which the research scientists describe it – has a compression pressure at the ankle of 23 mmHg, falling gradually to around 16 mmHg below the knee.

The 'High' compression sock – for people with prior problems with the peroneus or the Achilles tendon – has a higher pressure of 27 mmHg at the ankle, falling to around 19 mmHg below the knee.

The +PLUSSOCK with two compression pressures makes it possible for you to get really close to your actual need.