Zensah Fresh Legs - Neon Pink COMPRESSION
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Zensah Fresh Legs are compression leg sleeves that help increase circulation and oxygen blood flow.
Fresh Legs - Compression Leg Sleeves
Fresh Legs is an innovative compression product designed to deliver a soothing and revitalizing leg massage which will help relieve discomfort in the lower legs The leg sleeves are made with Zensah Fabric and seamless technology, which allows for the creation of physiological patterns resulting in the following benefits:
- Increased Circulation
- Relief From Aches And Pains
- Decreased Swelling
- Cool And Soothing Comfort
Fresh Legs Travel Compression Leg Sleeves feature graduated compression, which increases circulation and oxygen blood flow. These compression stockings will act to minimize swelling and thereby relieve pain in both the shins and calves. Pin-point compression goes to work on the exact source of the pain in the lower leg that commonly results from flying and long periods of travel.
Compression helps stabilize muscle tissue keeping the swelling of muscle fibers at a micro and manageable level. Without compression support, the shins and calves easily swell up during a flight or long travel, making it painful to walk after landing.
Gravity can cause a build-up of fluid in the muscles and surrounding tissue. This build-up of fluid increases swelling and increases pain, especially when flying at high altitudes. Fresh Legs Travel Compression Leg Sleeves help reduce this inflammation by utilizing compression and seamless technology to offer energizing and revitalizing massage-like relief for the lower leg that anyone can benefit from when flying.
Dual Action Support for both the calf and shins
Each Compression Leg Sleeve has chevron ribbing
Ergonomic fit for maximum comfort during travel
Travel in pure comfort thanks to seamless design
XS/S: Calf Size: 9.5" - 12.5"
Height: 5'3" and below
S/M: Calf Size: 12.5" - 15"
Height: 5'4" - 5'10"
L/XL: Calf Size: 15" and up
Height: 5'11" and up
When choosing a size, calf size should be used as the primary determinant. We list height for those who do not know their calf size