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I got these for my boyfriend, who has neuropathy that causes achy, tired, and painful legs. I told him to try compression socks, but he wouldn't listen, so I bought them as a gift. He loves them and agrees that they make his legs feel much better. Score! I took off one star because the socks are very thin.
I've read a good part of the reviews and they've been very helpful. I sized up to a 38 for my 5'8 140lbs frame. I purchased it specifically for my swimming needs, this is not a suit to sit around the pool. I mean it does look absolutely great, but that is a bonus. It was a great choice, it stays in place as I wanted while doing more powerful strokes, it's compressing etc. Great match for me!
from Dover, NH
I have to agree with another's post on here. I bought a pair of the 2XU that I used because I have poor circulation in my legs. I haven't used them outside of running on a treadmill every other day and just wearing them. I have washed them a couple times in the month or so that I have owned them and the X's on the back are coming apart. Otherwise I love the sleeves themselves. The durability is really what sucks.
You dream of asphalt and have been known for wearing your cycling shorts to work. Time away from your bike causes separation anxiety and you’ve committed more time to the road than to most of your relationships. You only own a couch because it’s socially acceptable and your happy place is a bluebird day in the saddle with 50 miles of open road luring you on and an encouraging breeze at your back.
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