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ComfiZip Arch socks are compression socks that extend from the arch of the foot up to the knee and can be zipped on in seconds. These socks are suitable for both men and women, and since their fabric is fairly flexible, one size will fit most users. As soon as you put them on, they'll start helping relieve any pain or stiffness in the muscles and joints of your feet and legs. These socks are toeless and come in a nude shade.
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These compression socks are capable of soothing, massaging and energizing the feet and legs due to a few distinct features. First of all, they're made of comfortable, flexible fabric that will lift and support the muscles and joints they're covering while providing gentle compression. This compression will extend all the way down from just below the knee to the arch of the foot, a place where many people experience pain and discomfort. Meanwhile, the gel lining within each sock, from top to bottom, will make each pair of socks even more comfortable than they would be with just the fabric alone.
Each of these socks has a zipper running up one side, so you'll never need to yank and pull them on as you may have to with an alternative pair of socks. You'll be able to take them off quickly at night, too, as all you'll need to do is pull down a couple of zippers.
These socks don't cover the toes, so you won't feel as if your movement is restricted, as it can be with compression socks that cover the entire foot. This toeless design means you'll also be able to continue wearing most pairs of sandals without your socks getting in the way.
- One Size Fits Most
Due to the toeless design and the fairly stretchy material that these socks are made of, one size will fit almost all adult men and women. That means if you want to wash your socks and lend them to a friend or family member, they'll likely be able to reap the same benefits from them as you.
Each pair of ComfiZip Arch socks comes in a shade of nude beige, making them less conspicuous than a pair of darker socks. If you wear light-colored pants with the socks underneath, they're light enough that you won't need to worry about them showing through your clothing.
- Compatible With Various Shoes
Since you can wear these compression socks with a variety of shoes, you'll be able to wear them while doing a variety of activities. You'll have no problem fitting them into your heels at the office, your sneakers at the gym, or your winter boots if you live in a cold climate.
- Can Wear to Bed
ComfiZip Arch socks are comfortable enough to wear to bed, so you can do this in order to wake up with your feet and legs feeling better than usual.
- Promote Energetic Lifestyle
With the reduced pain, stiffness or swelling in your legs and / or feet that these compression socks bring, you'll likely be able to be more productive at work and with your leisure activities. You will likely be able to walk ( or even run ) longer distances without getting tired, and even if you work a desk job, you'll feel better overall and may therefore get more work done.
- Won't Fit Absolutely Everyone
While most men and women will be able to fit their feet and legs into these socks without a problem, they won't fit absolutely everyone. Individuals with very tiny or very large feet and / or legs may find them way too loose or tight.
- Do Not Contain Copper
Some compression socks contain a bit of copper or some similar natural mineral that adds to their durability and provides various health benefits to users, but these ones do not.
- Not Attractive With Shorts
Regardless of what shoes you choose to wear with them, these compression socks won't look good with shorts, as their zippers will be completely on display for everyone to see. Moreover, they'll look equally unattractive with skirts that don't fall below the knee. If you don't want anyone to notice that you're wearing them, you'll need to stick to long pants, long skirts or long dresses, even in very hot weather.
If you wear ComfiZip Arch socks on a daily basis, your feet and legs may stop getting sore, stiff or swollen at all, or at least less often with less severity. That means if you currently see a specialist for foot or leg pain, stiffness, or swelling, you may be able to cancel or cut back on those appointments.
Some compression socks can take a very long time—up to a quarter of an hour or so—to put on in the morning and take off at night. If you decide to wear ComfiZip Arch socks instead of an alternative type, though, you'll be able to shave minutes off your daily dressing and undressing routines. Unless a zipper is somehow faulty, most users will be able to get these socks on in a couple of minutes or less.
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I tried ordering a couple of pairs for my wife. I received an email today saying the product is "no longer available. " The site is still taking orders, though.
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