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CEP Progressive Run 2.0 Compression Socks - Men's

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Description

Take your runs to the next level with the CEP Progressive Run 2.0 Compression Socks. Offering graduated, medical-grade compression that improves blood circulation―and, therefore, energy, stamina, and performance―as well as support that can prevent shin splints and other muscle trauma, these knee-highs are indispensable for the serious athlete. CEP is aware of how much you might come to depend on them, which is why it also included an silver-ion antimicrobial treatment so these socks don't become toxic stink-bombs as a result of daily wear.

  • Graduated medical-grade compression means the greater compression around the ankle area pushes blood towards the heart, which prevents pooling and swelling and improves oxygen delivery for better performance and faster recovery
  • Metatarsal compression zone supports the arch, while the compression fit also reduces muscle vibration for enhanced performance and reduced injury 
  • Achilles tendon protector offers support and extra padding
  • Ventilation channels dump excess heat if you're running in the summer sun, and Hydrophilic finish moves moisture away from your skin
  • Silver ion treatment prevents odors
  • Extra-flat toe seam prevents pressure points
  • Wide band at top ensures a great fit
  • Anatomical left and right model fits your foot's natural shape 


Tech Specs

Material:
85% nylon, 15% spandex
Height:
knee high
Recommended Use:
running, endurance races, triathlons, travel
Manufacturer Warranty:
6 months

Size chart

CEP

Socks & Sleeves
Progressive+
SizeIIIIIIVV
Calf Circumference 9.5 - 12in
(25 - 31cm)
12.5 - 15in
(32 - 38cm)
15.5 - 17.5in
(39 - 44cm)
18 - 20in
(45 - 50cm)
Dynamic+
SizeIIIIIIVV
Ankle Circumference 7 - 8in
(18 - 20cm)
8.5 - 9in
(20.5 - 23cm)
9.5 - 10in
(23.5 - 25cm)
10.5 - 11.5in
(26.5 - 29cm)
Recovery+
SizeIIIIIIVV
Calf Circumference 9.8 - 12.2in
(25 - 31cm)
12.6 - 15.0in
(32 - 38cm)
15.4 - 17.3in
(39 - 44cm)
17.7 - 19.7in
(45 - 50cm)
Ankle Circumference 7.1 - 7.9in
(18 - 20cm)
8.1 - 9.1in
(20.5 - 23cm)
9.3 - 10.2in
(23.5 - 26cm)
10.4 - 11.4in
(26.5 - 29cm)
How to Measure:
Calf Circumference:
Measure your calf circumference at the widest point.
Ankle Circumference:
Measure your ankle circumference at the widest point.

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5 5

Great compression.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got these on sale, and I find them to be greatly beneficial for my running. Less fatigue is mainly the best part of these socks. I use them mainly for long runs, and shorter easy runs. I would NOT recommend using these for high-intensity exercise, like speedwork. I did that once and they hurt. I love these for recovery, pre-race, and use during long runs. Super-breathable, durable, eye-catching. I think they look really cool with some short shorts or compression shorts. I have very skinny legs and I got a size III. A little bit of a trial to get on, but only 2 minutes or so for both.

5 5

Best Compression Socks I have tried

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have tried many different types of compression socks and the size III in this model fits me the best. I've put these through the wringer as a recovery sock and a sock I wear when I travel. I do find that my legs feel refreshed and recovered after wearing them. There are 2 things I recommend about these and other compression socks: 1) If you leave the house wearing them, please wear long pants and do not wear shorts. 2) I don't know what benefit these provide when you wear them cycling? I do know they make you look silly when you wear them while cycling!

Responded on

Agree...don't wear with shorts or prepare to look like a schmuck.

4 5

Great for calf tightness/cramps/soreness

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

First lets be clear .... a pair of $60 socks is a ridiculous notion. With that out of the way these are actually great for reducing calf cramps/tightness and soreness. I found this really helpful when making the switch to minimalist running shoes and forefoot running.

Also, fit is really important with these. So be sure to measure your half with a tape measure and follow the fit guide