I had a hard time deciding on what compression sock to get because they do offer many different colors and color variations but eventually decided on the pink and black argyle.
|All the different colors and options they have.|
I did a big running no no when it came to these socks. The first time I wore them, I took them out on my long run. I think I had 15 on schedule that day and I sort of worried I would regret that decision during my run. The good news is, I didn't.
I actually really love these socks. There is one huge difference between these and the other compression socks I have worn. They are much more padded in the feet. At first I thought I might not like that but after wearing them several times, I actually really appreciate it. If you're not into the whole sock version of compression, Zensah does offer sleeves. I personally like the whole sock because then there is compression on my feet too.
I also want to mention one last thing that is so important. People love the look of these socks. I wore them again on my long run this past weekend when I ran with the Fox Cities Marathon training group held by the Pace Setters. There were over 100 people there and I had so many people telling me how they loved my socks. I even think I convinced one girl to try compression socks because her calves were really tight near the end of the 18 mile run.
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The cost of these compression socks will run you about $50.00 which is pretty typical for the cost of most compression socks. The only problem I have with these socks is that I now need more. Maybe Zensah could start an ambassador program for average
So would you like to win a pair of your own? Zensah was generous enough to giveaway one pair of compression socks of your choice to one winner.
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