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    The Manual: The 10 Best Compression Workout and Recovery Socks for Men in 2022

    January 13, 2022 2 min read

    The Manual: The 10 Best Compression Workout and Recovery Socks for Men in 2022

    See original article in The Manual HERE.

    Compression socks are designed to improve blood circulation, which is why they’re a staple for runners and fitness fanatics. By squeezing the walls of the veins in your legs, compression socks help the blood make its way up to your heart, which improves oxygen and helps speed up the recovery process. Compression socks also help improve the flow of lymph fluids, which prevents swelling and achiness. The benefits of increased blood flow and lymph fluids make for better workouts and faster recovery, but compression socks aren’t only for athletes.

    These snug socks are great for anyone who has limited mobility, whether that’s at your office job or during long stretches of travel. Sitting for long periods of time means the blood in your legs has to work harder against gravity to make its way back to your heart. Compression socks help move the blood along faster, so you don’t end up with swollen feet at the end of a long work or travel day.

    Compression socks come in varying strengths depending on the kind of activity you’ll be doing. All compression socks are measured in mmHg, or millimeters of mercury. The higher the number, the more compression you’ll feel against your veins. Below, we’ve listed our top picks for compression socks that will enhance your workouts and keep the blood flow in your legs moving both during and after activity.

    Zensah Tech+ Compression Socks

    Zensah Tech+ Compression Socks

    Made in Italy, these compression socks are a favorite of elite athletes for their high performance and anatomical fit, which prevents chafing and blisters. They’re designed with gradual compression, meaning that the greatest amount of compression is in the ankle and decreases as you move up the calf.