To prevent shin splints
Shin splints often occurs for runners as well as those who train in halls or on similarly hard surfaces.
Shin-Tech focuses on two of the most common causes of shin splints. This is by a mechanical support which helps reduce hyper pronation as well as the medically approved compression combined with silicone elements which gives a massaging effect to help alleviate inflammation in the tissue.
Follow the link below if you want to know more about shin splints.
Kompression på læg er god, men omkring ankel og skinneben. Har strømpen ingen effekt for mig . Muligvis jeg har købt dem en størrelse for stor.
Har haft strømpen på hele dagen inden løb, og det gav den ønskede effekt at have kompression på, så jeg ikke havde en hel stående dag med ud og løbe 5 km
I've tested both the long and short compression sock from Liite Guard. Among the wide range of sports compression socks for runners I have tested in the last two decades, these socks are among the best, I have ever had. It's a very technical sock with many, many details. I will spare you for writing about all them. The mail advantages for me is the highly developed achilles tendon support. The best Ive ever seen. The compression is in the high end, which I find good (well, I bought a compression sock after all), and the special compression areas i well placed. Som compression socks give too much compression in the toe area, and that is uncomfortable. This is not the case with this sock. The thickness of the sock is adequade for runners demands, meaning it is not too thick and warm. As a brand new feature there are flat rubber dots outside on the plantar foot area AND inside the sock in selected areas along the lower leg i.e. along the whole area equivalent to the medial shin splints. This prevents the sock to slide down and at the same time give a slight compression on the medial side of the lower leg. But, one have to be carefull putting the sock on, to get the right compression placement. It is a technical sock :-) so, any things that could be better? Perhaps one extra small rubber dot on the very distal part of the first toe, if one is forced to be querulous! Looking at the compression socks as a physical therapist I find them highly recommendable.
Christian, physical therapist, Copenhagen