Wife, Mummy, Nurse: Marathon Compression Socks {Review and Giveaway} #keepittight

07 July 2014

Marathon Compression Socks {Review and Giveaway} #keepittight



Lil' J is now 8 weeks 1 day old! Time has flown by. At my 6 week check up, I was cleared to begin working out again. Though I tried to walk a mile about 3-5 times/week. I am now trying to get out and walk/run at least three times a week to the park and jump rope almost everyday. At the end of the day, one of my favorite things after taking a bath, is to put PRO compression socks on.


PRO Compression, a California-based company, focused on making the best athletic socks on the market. Their products include low socks, mid socks, and over the calf compression, along with compression calf and arm sleeves. PRO Compresion socks are made in the USA! Their  compression socks are true graduated compression socks benefiting athletes, travelers, and professionals {such as nurses} who are constantly on their feet. I have even worn compression socks under my nursing uniforms. Graduated compression is shown to help increase blood flow in the legs which helps reduce lactic acid and helps you to recover faster and feel less fatigue. 





I was sent a pair of marathon socks for review, so I now have three pairs. Our upstairs neighbor often comments on my bright, colorful socks when I'm working out. I love the variety of products, and like how many ways they get pink in their socks. At first they are a wee bit hard to get on, but since they're compression socks, that's not surprising. One thing I noticed is the sizes are based on foot size, but I would prefer sizes to be based on calf circumference. 

Want a pair yourself? Then enter the giveaway below or buy a pair using the code "COMP40" for 40% off ALL marathon socks and sleeves.


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What is your favorite marathon sock?

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com
Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally 
and believe will be good for my readers.

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