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Achieve o2 develops Dry Energy sock line

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Mar '09
Achieve o2 the exclusive distributor of Dry Energy Technology yarns has just completed development of their new Dry Energy sock line under the Ao2 brand for the wellness and sport markets.

Dry Energy is a combination of two technologies, Dri-release moisture management and Celliant, a clinically proven technology to reduce pain and increase oxygen in the body.

The benefits of increased oxygen are well known in the medical and sport performance communities to increase stamina, reduce fatigue, help improve circulation, relieve pain and aid in healing and muscle recovery. Dri-release with FreshGuard is a well known, patented moisture management technology that uses an optimum blend of fibers to wick away sweat, keep feet dry, cool and odor free.

The Dry Energy sock line consists of a crew and ankle sock geared toward the health, wellness and sport markets. The design features of the new Ao2 Dry Energy socks are a fully padded bottom, smooth toe seam and a morpul non-binding top.

“We have put a lot of technology into our new sock line to increase the comfort factor and appeal to a broader consumer group”, says Adam Scire Business Manager for Achieve o2. “We have incorporated the health, wellness and performance benefits of the Dry Energy Technology with the best design elements available to produce a sock that is comfortable, soft, functional and therapeutic.”

Achieve o2 LLC


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