Penguins Compression Socks
They’re always dressed for a black tie event! These little guys can go with your 3 piece suit or your traveling suit. Shoot, you can even wear them with your birthday suit!
All of our ultra soft, super duper comfy classic PODsox are made with eco-friendly , UV resistant, odor-eating coffee yarn. All Classic PODsox provide 15-20 mmHg of graded compression. They feel amazing for daily wear AND they meet FDA guidelines for post operative anti-embolism use.
Please measure the largest part of your calf to ensure you get the proper fit! See Sizing chart below, all PODsox are Unisex!
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Since we’re talking about Penguins, lets talk about cold stuff. Did you know that wearing compression socks can actually make your feet warmer? Even though classic PODsox are not thick and woolly (although you could layer them with thick and woolly socks if you want!), they actually can help normalize temperature regulation. How? Glad you asked!
PODsox help with temperature regulation because they help with blood flow. Blood that has just come from your core is the same temperature as your core–usually somewhere around 98.6 degrees for most of us. If for some reason your body is not able to get the blood back out of your feet and legs, it begins to accommodate to the air temperature. (hotter in the summer, colder in the winter). The gentle, graded compression of PODsox help by adding a gentle, external gradient that accentuates the pumping action that your muscles provide to help blood get back to your heart.
This is also why its so important to measure your legs! If your compression socks are too tight, you can actually restrict blood flow–especially if you are sitting for a long amount of time. If they are not tight enough, they will not create the pumping action to get the blood back to your heart.
Who would have thought that a simple pair of PODsox Penguin compression socks could do all that? (well, we did, but we didn’t want to toot our own horn too loudly…)