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Cozy Toes for Cold Weather Cold-Weather & Ski Compression
Compression Socks and Calf Sleeves: Machine wash cold or warm, lay flat to dry. It is possible to tumble dry low heat (No Wool-Lite or bleach)
No, in fact the socks compression profile can be negatively affected by dirt and body oils. Washing them after every wear is highly recommended. Use a garment bag to reduce ‘lint balls’ collecting on the bottom of our socks.
The more often you wear compression gear, the quicker it wears out. Our compression products will stay consistent for about a year if you wear your socks or sleeves every other day. If you put a lot of miles in and wear them every day, you can expect about 6 months before they’ll need to be replaced — just like a running shoe.
Don't roll the top band down to accommodate length
Putting them on properly will prevent ‘overstretch’