I love sports. Really do, but my feet kills me when I exert myself too much. I am in my twenties, and so the pain does not come from age-related issues, but rather plantar fasciitis. By the way, I am not alone in this – 77% of Americans, 48% Australians, and 92% of Brits experience some form of foot pain. This condition makes the pain on the arch of my foot so bad at times that running feels like punishment, and so I am always on the lookout for a product that could ease this.
So, a few days ago I saw a post on social media about some compression socks. Nothing I haven’t seen before being as I have tied over 7 brands of relief socks that promised actual relief, only to fail flat after a few wears. Still, I am a hopeless believer if you may, and I decided to try these relief socks. There wasn’t much to lose, was there.
So, the sock has the funny look of almost every compression sock on the market – the open toe area. That aside, I would really not compare it to any other brand I have tried. The first thing you will notice is the breathable yet soft material that not only absorbs moisture but also makes the socks quite comfortable to be in all day. The design is meant to eliminate pressure in three specific spots first: The heel, tendons, and your foot’s arch. The effect of this support is felt in other areas of the foot too; plantar fascia, sole, joints, and bunion. We can therefore say these socks have 7 compression zones.
The braces for plantar fasciitis are designed with the attest technology, so the support on your ankles lasts all day as long as you are in your relief socks.
What I liked the most is that you can replace your regular socks with these. With other brands, the effect didn’t last especially after a few washes and so I expected the same with these. They come in an assortment of colors for regular wear and if you don’t mind plunging a little, then they could easily be used for everyday wear. I prefer to use mine when I work out since that is when the pain is at its worst.
How long does it take to feel the relief? Immediately, from my observation. The socks have a tight yet comfortable grip that takes effect as soon as you put them on. Because the grip is not too tight, some people say they wear them to bed when they can’t bear the pain in the arches. I haven’t tried that yet but I know you wouldn’t be uncomfortable in them.
These socks are only available online, unfortunately – just like many shoe soles. The best thing, though, is that the maker will ship them free within the states and you will also not have to wait for days on end before receiving your package. The maker is also so confident of their product that they are willing to refund every penny you paid if the socks do not do what they are said to do. Nothing to lose, right? Also, you may want to buy them in several pairs to take advantage of the huge quantity discount. If you are lucky, you will get a free pair for every one you buy, so hurry and check them out!
These socks are quite cheap and especially so when you buy them in bulk. They are available online and so whenever a discount is announced, everyone suffering from plantar fasciitis will be raving about it and you will know. The material, breathable and soft, makes them alright for everyday wear. Nylon, spandex, and lasting doubles blend well to make an excellent pair that lasts long.
A notable shift from the norm is that thee socks have sizes, and so they are not the one-size-fits-all kind. This feature ensures that you get the right socks for the right compression since the zones are designed to be in specific parts of the foot. They are available in several colors to, so you can blend them with your style if you are keen on fashion. They are unisex and so you only have to find your size.
These socks are great, but they are only available online and not in stores. The maker ships them free within the country, but it would still be better to have it in your nearest store, right? I found the price for single pair to be too high – $20, while the cost of seven is $9.46 with 6 free. So, you get 13 pairs in total. The quantity discounts are great – and so are the free socks, but the price of a single pair is prohibitive.
You want luxurious comfort in your feet? Pair these socks with MindInSole soles that have 400 massaging nodules to take off pressure from your feet as you walk. Although they are not sold together, they complement each other perfectly as they serve similar purposes.
So, here is the truth. Neither relief socks nor MindInSole will cure plantar fasciitis, as that would require different reparative treatments, but they will give you relief like no other product can. Overall, relief socks review have been positive with users saying they are like no other brand on the market. I highly recommend you pair them for great results
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