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High-Performance Compression Socks

You're a winner. You deserve to feel like one. 

SD has partnered with ProCompression to help you take your game to the next level. It all starts with high-performance fabrics and technical construction, which combine to create a compression sock that not only supports your feet but also helps them perform better than ever before! We test every single pair of our compression socks to ensure they meet our rigorous quality standards. Whether you're looking for something that will support your foot during a long run or just want to wear them around the house while you're getting stuff done, we've got you covered.


Compression Socks FAQ

Have a question about compression socks? Read our most frequently asked questions to find answers.

  • What do compression socks do for you?

    Compression socks have been designed to apply pressure to your lower legs. They help to maintain blood flow and reduce discomfort and swelling. Your General Practitioner may prescribe them if you have a condition, such as varicose veins (swollen and enlarged veins), that causes poor blood flow in your legs.

  • What level of compression socks do I need?

    A good rule to follow is 15-20 mmHg: Perfect for daily wear, sports and travel. They will help improve circulation without being too constricting. 20-30 mmHg: Perfect for sports recovery, medical recovery and daily wear, and to manage mild symptoms of spider and varicose veins.

  • Do compression socks help with leg pain?

    People usually wear compression socks for comfort, to help prevent serious medical conditions and to do better in sports. They can improve your blood flow and lessen pain and swelling in your legs.

  • Why do I feel better when I wear compression socks?

    Compression socks help to push fluids away from the leg and prevent pooling. This will help to improve comfort by releasing any pressure felt at the end of the day. Without this pressure, a feeling of improved energy may be present in the legs.