Coolmax Compression Socks - Crew Length
By adding the technology of graduated compression, this sports sock gives you the added benefit of improved circulation while performing any sport or leisure activity.
You will notice your legs feel better at the end of any activity.
Made with Cool-Max, a fiber that pulls moisture from the skin to be absorbed to the outside of the sock.
It is thicker than a standard nylon/lycra sock, with additional thickness around the entire foot area, giving a new level of comfort in a support sock.
Ideal for athletics, walking shoes, golf and any casual or sporting activity.
The thickness is about that of an athletic sock, so no need to worry about larger sized shoes.
Also Available in Anklet and Over the Calf Lengths
- Circular Knit
- DVT Protection
- Graduated Fit
- High Performance Yarn
- Closed Toe
- Reinforced Toe/Heel
- Large Toe Box
- Extra Cushioning
- Moisture Wicking
- Sock Look & Feel
- Plus Sized
Sport Compression Advantage:
- Improved Recovery
Therapeutic rated fabric provides greater pressure and recovery benefit leading to faster muscle repair.
- Improved Circulation
Faster warm up and improved oxygen circulation. Encourages blood to the muscles and flush by-products away.
- Reduced Fatigue
Reduced muscle vibration (linked to muscle fatigue) improves muscle endurance and strength.
- Reduced Damage
Performance Compression Sock muscle containment can reduce soft tissue damage in contact and intense sports. Preventative support and aided recovery.
- Heightened Proprioception
Heightened body position sense for enhanced stability and agility.
- Absolute Support
- Crew Socks
- 15-20 mmHg (Medium Support)
- Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
- Toe Style:
- Closed Toe
- Fiber Content:
- 70% Coolmax Nylon, 25% Spandex
I find the ones from Discounted Surgical appear to be better
Compression too weak
The Coolmax Compression crew socks style #A113 are definitely a weaker compression than the style #A1011 that I've been wearing for years. Even though the medium compression numbers (15-20) are the same, there's a more flimsy, less supportive feeling to the #A113. While wearing them, they tend to slip down toward the ankle. So if I ever ordered them again, which I won't, I'd order a stronger compression. The only reason I purchased the Coolmax crew socks is because the #A1011 Absolute became unavailable in plain white. It's now got bold black lettering "MoJo" on it, and I don't find that at all attractive!! So I'm going to hang onto my older, stronger Absolute crew socks because they have better compression than the new ones. The only thing Iâ€™m pleased with is that the new ones donâ€™t have big black letters on them!! My guess is that these Coolmax socks are made with weaker compression, which means I should have ordered the next level of compression. If ordering, keep that in mind. Meantime, if Absolute decides to offer theirs without the "MoJo" lettering on them, I'll be a satisfied customer once again.