Herzog compression ankle socks black
The Herzog compression ankle socks make an important contribution to the prevention of irritation of the tendon plate under the foot and keep the arch on tension. In addition, it is superior sports socks with an ergonomic left and right foot, knitted with antibacterial yarns with extra cushioning around the ball of the foot and below the heel bone to protect the layer of fat below.
The ankle sock gives a firm compression on the foot vault and around the heel-instep line. This extra compression is important to maintain the natural curvature of the sole of the foot and to relieve the tendon plate so that the arch will sag less.
Many walkers, and to a lesser extent also runners, know the 'swollen' feet phenomenon during and after a brisk walk or run. The feet feel painful in the long run and the continuation is sometimes seriously hindered. Up to now there was no good remedy for this, other than laying legs high in pauses and after the effort.
Causes and how to prevent
The cause of this discomfort lies mainly in the binding of moisture with the protein-rich degradation products released during exercise. This fluid (edema) can not be drained from the feet and ankles quickly enough through the venous system during the exercise.
A contribution to a faster discharge can be provided by administering dosed compression from the outside. A technique that was developed by Herzog in the nineties of the 20th century and was being perfected further and further.
Extra compression on the foot vault and single region descending to the underside of the calf ensures:
A. that moisture with the waste slag from the combustion process be discharged faster
B. and thus less edema can develop in the foot
Combination ankle sock with the PRO compression tube
Moisture accumulation with waste products is absorbed by the tube from the foot through the compressing action of the socks and further upwards. The combination also makes it possible to keep the tubes longer because compression is applied to the entire lower leg.