Shipping transit times vary based on the method of shipment and your location (we ship out of Hallandale Beach, Florida). You would be provided with a tailored estimate in number of days while placing your order allowing you to choose the method of shipment that will best fit your needs.
Yes, we are shipping internationally to select countries with USPS First-Class International shipping. The typical estimated international transit time is 14 - 28 days, however this may be affected by holidays, and shipping delays. Customers are responsible for duties and associated fees for international imports. See below for destinations and rates for international shipping. Canada & Mexico Shipping Rates: $20 Hong Kong, Philippines, Singapore, Europe, and Oceana (only Australia, New Zealand) Shipping Rates: $30 Unfortunately at this time we are not able to offer international shipping with DHL or other carriers. Shipping to select countries only. Please e-mail email@example.com for questions or assistance regarding international shipping. For information on Returns and Exchanges for international parcels, please see our shipping and returns tab under "Service."
Simply send it back to us, addressed to “Zensah Returns” at our corporate address. Be sure to include a note stating your order number as well as instructions on whether the product is a return or an exchange. If the product is an exchange, please to include what you would like it exchanged for.
Many Zensah products can be worn before activity to activate muscles, during activity to improve performance, and after activity to aid in recovery. There are, however, some products that are intended solely for recovery purposes. Please refer to the individual product pages for more product specific information.
Seamless refers to the special machines and process used to create our innovative Zensah fabric. Seamless machines are used to manufacture the items as opposed to the traditional cut and sew method. While there is a seam where the ends of the item are joined together, there are not any stitched lines. Therefore, Zensah products are considered seamless by industry standards.
Our products can safely and comfortably be worn for multiple hours at a time. However, if for any reason you do feel discomfort or experience negative effects from wearing our products, please remove them immediately.
All of our products have a sizing chart on their respective pages. We offer sizing using various factors such as calf circumference, height, shoe size, and biceps size depending on the product. Please refer to the individual product pages for more specific sizing information.
Most of our products are intended to be worn both for recovery and performance, although there are some that are performance or recovery specific. We suggest visiting the product specific page to learn more about the specific applications of each product.
From athletes looking to shave off a few seconds off their best time or recover faster, to novice runners or anyone on their feet all day searching for a way to invigorate their legs and reduce swelling - compression offers benefits to everyone!
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The compression leg sleeves and shin splint/calf compression sleeve are the same great product. The only difference is in the quantity. The compression leg sleeves (item# 6055) are sold in a pair - i.e. two sleeves in total. The shin splint/calf compression sleeve (item# 6045) is sold as a single unit - i.e. only one sleeve. The Ultra Compression Leg Sleeves (item# 6057) were designed for those seeking a tighter fitting compression sleeve as compared to our original Zensah compression leg sleeves. Those new to compression may prefer the original Zensah compression leg sleeves as they provide a snug fit and comfort for hours.
Most people new to compression looking for shin splint relief prefer our compression leg sleeves due to their targeted support and comfortable fit. However, our Ultra compression leg sleeves and compression socks also provide fantastic support that is useful for alleviating shin pain. Our customers use all three products for this purpose, and whichever they choose is a matter of personal preference.
A great sports bra will fit snug and minimize bounce allowing you to perform your activity without any hindrance. It should not be too tight or too loose, or cause chaffing in any way. Try our multiple award winning Zensah sports bras here.
If you are looking for the full benefits of compression such as shin splint relief, reduced cramping, increase in circulation, and reduced swelling, we recommend a knee-length sock such as our Tech+ socks. We have many other innovative crew-length, ankle-length, and no-show socks that offer different benefits such as blister protection and arch support, while also offering different levels of padding for those looking to pair a great running sock with their leg sleeves.
No! Wool is actually one of the most thermal regulating fibers available. This means that it will keep you warm in the cold, but also keep you cool when it’s warm. In addition, the moisture wicking properties of wool are right up there with the most wicking materials available, ensuring that your feet stay dry.
Runners wear compression arm sleeves for a variety of reasons. Some of them being to reduce swelling in arms, to improve circulation, to decrease recovery time by preventing lactic acid buildup, and to provide sun protection.
Depending on the source of your pain, the compression elbow sleeve might be the best option. The elbow sleeve targets the elbow to a higher degree and provides slightly more compression than the compression arm sleeves. Also, with our Advance + Compression Technology, you may add more compression with a simple flip of the garment. However, elbow pain can be caused by a variety of reasons and it is always best to consult with a doctor regarding medical concerns.
The compression leg sleeves, item #6055, are sold in a pair, i.e. two leg sleeves in total. The shin splint/calf compression sleeve, item #6045, is sold as a single unit, i.e. only one leg sleeve. They are the same great product. The only difference is in the quantity.
The elbow compression sleeve is engineered to fit snugly but not too tight that it would constrict blood flow. If you are within our recommended size range for the respective size, it will provide the correct amount of compression to alleviate tendonitis. You could also fold the band over for added support should you need it.
The elbow sleeve targets the elbow to a higher degree and provides slightly more compression than the compression arm sleeves. Also, with our Advance + Compression Technology, you may add more compression with a simple flip of the garment.
The new Tech+ Compression Socks are the next generation of the original compression socks. Tech+ Compression Socks are made with 200 needle count while the original compression socks were made with 168 needle count. The benefits of the 200 needle count is that socks are now durable, denser, and better fitting.
The Tech+ Compression Socks are lighter than the originals and completely seamless to prevent blisters and chafing. Because of the 200 needle count, the Tech+ Compression Socks have many more features, including ankle support and arch support to relieve plantar fasciitis.
The first thing to check is that you have the proper size socks using our size chart. If you do have the correct size, we have an instructional YouTube video demonstrating the best way to put on our compression socks.
We use shoe size rather than calf circumference for sizing our compression socks because we have found that it is a better measure of fit for the majority of our customers. It is possible that if your calf circumference varies greatly from the average person that these socks will not fit you. If you are concerned that your calf might be too small/large for the socks, you might find that the Compression Leg Sleeves are a better choice for you.
The life of the product depends on usage. Just like a pair of running shoes, the life of Zensah leg sleeves and compression socks varies with the amount of miles you put on them. Based on typical usage, you should expect them to last about 6-8 months. It’s recommended that if it has been 6 months since your last pair of new leg sleeves or socks, you order a new pair to ensure you are receiving the optimal amount of compression.
This product can indeed be worn to help with varicose veins; however, we recommend working directly with your doctor when determining if our compression products will work for you. It is important that you receive the proper amount of compression for your condition.
Most people new to compression looking for shin splint relief prefer our compression leg sleeves due to their targeted support and comfortable fit. However, our ultra compression leg sleeves and compression socks also provide fantastic support useful for alleviating shin pain. Our customers use all three products for this purpose, and whichever they choose is a matter of personal preference.
While this product was designed with runners in mind, it is versatile and can be great in a variety of settings. Customers have enjoyed wearing it while cycling, golfing, and participating in many other activities because it is comfortable and anti-chafing.