In an era where convenience and efficacy rule, CEP has asserted its dominance as a premier brand in the compression wear sector. Upholding a firm dedication to superior quality, inventive designs, and an established legacy that spans several years, CEP continually offers exceptional products that cater to the requirements of runners and other athletes in need of orthopedic support and recovery options.
CEP compression socks and sleeves are crafted from high-tech materials that ensure no-slip, blister-free performance. Additionally, CEP products feature activity-specific cushioning, providing the perfect blend of comfort and support during strenuous activities. Moreover, CEP’s temperature and moisture control systems ensure your feet stay dry and cozy.
What distinguishes CEP compression sleeves and socks from their counterparts is genuine compression. The graduated compression technology is marked by the application of the highest pressure at the ankle that gradually lessens as it moves up the leg. It promotes enhanced blood flow, reduced muscle exhaustion, and faster recovery periods.
Serving elite athletes aiming for peak performance and individuals in need of orthopedic support, CEP running socks and sleeves are skillfully designed to assist users in reaching their goals while guaranteeing a comfortable, painless experience.
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CEP running socks feature graduated compression technology, applying more pressure at the ankle and gradually decreasing it as it moves up.
CEP socks boost circulation, delivering more oxygen to your legs and reducing muscle vibration for increased efficiency. This decreases the risk of injuries and improves performance. Wearing our CEP Recovery products can enhance these benefits.
All CEP compression socks start with a higher rate of compression at the ankle (25-30 mmHg), which decreases as it moves up.
While you can wear CEP socks anytime, CEP compression sleeves must be worn only during sports activities to prevent the blood from pooling in your feet.