Primary Health Sports Copper Compression Socks #compressionsock

Anyone that is constantly on their feet knows how hard it is on our feet and legs. Primary Health Sports Copper Compression Socks help give support to both your feet and legs and can help alleviate the swelling that is associated with the constant activity of standing in place and walking. The socks are amazingly comfortable and are made of wicking material. So, there are no worries of sweating hot feet. They are also true to size - no worries about them running big or small. They have kept the shape wear after wear.  I really like that they give support without being overly tight too. They do not look like a medical sock so I can wear them without being questioned about what I am wearing.

Product Description

Copper Compression Socks - Great for Men, Women, Travelers, Nurses, Teachers, Runners, office
workers, and people who stand for a long time per work requirement.
- The effective compression provides excellent support to the muscle and joints during sports to the muscle and joints during sports, exercise or everyday activities.
- Material -83% Nylon, 8% copper yarn, 9% spandex
- Lightweight & Gentle compression for everyday use. Enhance blood circulation for Arthritis, Edema, Stress fracture relief, Exercise, Running, Basketball, and other Athletics.
- Spandex prevents slippage and copper yarn provides antibacterial, anti-odor effect.
Who are these compression socks suitable for?
-People who stand for a long time per work requirement
-Office Workers
-Ankle Support

Size Information( According to shoe size)

Medium : 6.5 - 10
Large: 10.5 - 14.5

Medium: 5- 8.5
Large: 9 - 13

A disclaimer and disclosure: * We received one or more of this product in exchange for a review. We were compensated with product for our reviews, however, all our opinions are our own, based on our personal experience with the product. We are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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