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Sugoi Compression R&R Knee High Socks

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MSRP : $29.99

Product Description

Sugoi R + R Knee High Compression Socks Setting a new benchmark in compression socks Structured cushioning at footbed and dense cushioning at heel andToe where maximum impact occurs Mesh ventilation for improved breathability Lin-Toe reverseToe construction "Y" heel gore for improved fit, reducing slippage Progressive support from arch bandToTop welt Anatomically correct left and right foot construction Lace pad cushioning 156 Fine needle construction Sizing Mens

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