Go2 Compression Socks: Review

Go2 compression socks
Thanks to Go2 Compression Socks for review product -- all opinions mine :)

Do your legs ever get tired? I’m happy to say mine really don’t.

But, when I was offered some Go2 Compression Socks to review, I still thought I’d like to try them out.

And, WOW.

Go2 Compression Socks

Go2 Compression Socks

I put on the socks, and I have to say that putting them on is the hardest part. These are kind of like Spanx for your legs. You know the way putting on Spanx is kind of like an out-of-body experience? Like you wonder if you’ll survive the exertion of getting them on? These are like that, except for your legs rather than for your body.

But persevere, my friends, because once they are on — your legs will feel so good! I can’t even describe it, really, except to say that my legs felt allĀ  … pulled in. Powerful. Ready to climb a mountain, or hike a trail, or something (Jenny Lake, here I come!).

I wore these socks several days in a row. When night came, I didn’t even want to take them off, they felt so good. They also make my feet and legs nice and cozy during these cold days, too (my hands and feet have always been cold).

What makes Go2 Compression Socks work so well? The compression they offer helps increase blood circulation in your legs. This in turn helps your legs feel better. They are great for nurses — for runners — for moms! Really, I would recommend them for just about anyone, especially people who are on their feet a lot. They come in three different sizes, so you can find one that fits your legs just right.

They also come in a wide variety of colors and patterns, so there is something to suit everyone. I like them, and my teenage daughters do as well.

Go2 Compression Socks

You can buy Go2 Compression Socks at their website, or at Amazon.

Do your legs ever get tired? Have you ever tried socks like these?






5 thoughts on “Go2 Compression Socks: Review

  1. Takes me back decades when Dr. Black advised me to wear support hose. There were periods in my life when I even wore support hose in the heat of summer. Dr. Black is now gone and me wearing support hose ended decades ago. He advised it due to the bad veins in my legs. I do know Dr. Blaisdel would not allow even his daughters to wear knee high hose. I wonder if he would approve of this method? They do sound comfortable and warm. I wonder who their main audience would be.

  2. This sounds like the equivalent of TED hose that one is advised to wear following many surgeries. I think I’m going to try to find some. My legs swell so badly these days. I’ll bet these would take care of that problem.

  3. I had no idea compression sox could be so attractive. I have heard of people wearing them and thought they were worn for specific leg problems. I now assume anyone can wear them and their legs will feel better. Great news!

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