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Zensah launches new argyle travel compression socks line
Sep '12
Zensah, a Miami based compression apparel company, is offering travelers a new alternative to traditional compression socks. Zensah is recognized in the market for its innovative compression socks and sleeves making the travel experience more comfortable. Zensah has released their argyle travel compression socks for the start of Fall and increased business travel. The Fresh Legs Travel Compression Socks are now available in 5 stylish argyle prints. The argyle socks offer the benefits of traditional travel compression socks while incorporating exciting patterns and added support.

Many travelers often experience swelling in their lower legs. Inactivity combined with the effect of gravity is often the cause of leg pain during long overhaul trips. Increased accumulation of fluid and the slowing of blood circulation creates a feeling of discomfort and heaviness in the legs.

The new Fresh Legs Argyle Travel Compression Socks by Zensah make use of graduated compression – meaning the greatest amount of compression is found at the bottom of the garment and the least amount of compression is at the top portion. As a result, a pressure gradient is created which allows the advanced socks and sleeves to improve circulation and enhance blood flow, resulting in a much more comfortable travel experience.

Heryck Kpatchiavi from Dufry NY, comments: "The Zensah compression socks and sleeves were a natural addition to our assortment of travel goods. Most of our customers are boarding long haul flights: Europe and Asia, and they are relieved to find the compression socks and sleeves in our store. The socks remain the best-selling items."

Unlike traditional travel compression socks, the new Fresh Legs Argyle Socks include a cushioned footbed and extra ankle support. The use of seamless technology creates flat seams for added comfort. The socks are made of Zensah proprietary fabric that contains silver ions, which is anti-microbial, thermo-regulating and very durable.

Zensah Compression Apparel is making a splash in the travel industry with their great new designs and colorful options for compression wear. The new Fresh Legs Argyle Travel Socks are produced in Italy and are available now in a variety of colors.


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