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SIGVARIS to bring 2nd product in Athletic Recovery Sock series
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Apr '10
Medically endorsed SIGVARIS created the Athletic Recovery Sock Line for competitive athletes and weekend warriors as compression garments have become highly visible in all major sports. Whether it's during the actual event, after the event, or even while traveling, athletes are making graduated compression socks part of their everyday attire.

Wearing compression during and after strenuous exercise or competition may help flush out lactic acid and also provide symptomatic relief of delayed onset leg muscle soreness. Graduated compression socks can also be worn to help support, by stimulating blood circulation, recovery from sports injuries. The Athletic Recovery Line offers Superior Athletic Sizing Assortment, comfort and fit with 50+ years of graduated compression sock expertise from the global leader of true graduated compression.

The Athletic Recovery Socks are made with patented drirelease and latex-free yarns with an embedded environmentally-friendly Freshguard treatment that virtually eliminates odors.

SIGVARIS already has a high-visibility partnership in place with the Indianapolis Colts, NFL'S WINNINGEST TEAM FROM 1999-2009, which was signed in January earlier this year and went into effect April 1st, 2010.

SIGVARIS will supply the Indianapolis Colts with Athletic Recovery Socks for post-game and post-practice recovery and as a travel-sock for games on the road for the next two NFL seasons.

SIGVARIS, through the Athletic Recovery line of socks, also has several strategic partnerships in place with established endurance sports organizations in North America, such as: Road Runner's Club of America (RRCA), USProTri, Southern Crescent Cycling Club, and Cross Country Canada (CCC-skiing).

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