High-cut Or Low-Cut?: How To Choose The Right Cut For You
Let’s cut to the chase! Why do our compression socks vary in cuts? Is one better than the other? Let’s find out!
Compression socks vary in design, length, materials used, and purpose. People choose certain types of compression socks depending on their needs and preferences. This could be to take the pressure away from being on our feet all day, to target issues due to health reasons, or just to have some great daily casual wear. Whatever reason you may have for wearing compression socks, you can read this quick guide to help you decide on whether you’ll go high or go low!
Why wear our high-cut compression socks?
Dr. Motion has a number of available knee-high compression socks you can choose from.
The longer length can benefit both your legs and feet. Providing mild compression of 8-15 mmHg, these compression socks are made with breathable premium cotton. Wearing these can provide comfort and durability due to reduced friction and extra cushioning as it has seamless reinforced toes.
Overall, if you’re looking for better blood circulation all round, high-cut compression socks are an excellent solution!
Why wear our low-cut compression socks?
Given their length, ankle compression socks are easier to wear. Whether you want to enhance your performance in different sports activities (such as basketball or football), running, or weightlifting, you may use these socks due to the enhanced spandex with 360 degrees dynamic arch support for increased stability and balance. They may be low-cut, but they’re sure high in benefits!
Made with 46% Polyester, 26% Cotton, 23% Nylon, and 5% Spandex, such extra support that each pair brings can prevent you from experiencing injuries. You can both enjoy and have a safe time playing your favorite sport!
For physically active individuals, a pair of low-cut compression socks can be a great way to go.
When choosing a pair of compression socks, you need to consider the fit, fabric used, and length. Say goodbye to sore feet! With Dr. Motion, you can wear your compression socks every day as it brings both comfort and style. Start shopping for new pairs now!
Here’s to happier feet!
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