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Reviewer: Josiah Metzler
from Goshen, IN
This product really works and is true to the sizing chart. I was burdened with chronic calf issues when I ran, but so far so good with these compression sleeves, 2 months in. It seems to help with recovery in that part of the leg too. I'm hooked! Thanks Zappos.
Reviewer: Ryan Mahoney
from Northwest Arkansas
The elastic at top does not secure the leg warmer in place. It took around 15 second for it to fall below the knee. Was unable to keep is secure at all. I've used leg warmers in the past that stayed in place. This was a complete disappointment.
The other commentor here complained about the padding being gone from the back of the ankle area. I think he is confusing the PhD RUN and this sock, the PhD Outdoor. I specifically buy the outdoor version to avoid the extra ankle padding. I love the fit of these socks - they are snug to the arch and feel like you're not wearing any socks - just comfortable. Used for everyday with sneakers.
You dream of asphalt and have been known for wearing your cycling shorts to work. Time away from your bike causes separation anxiety and you’ve committed more time to the road than to most of your relationships. You only own a couch because it’s socially acceptable and your happy place is a bluebird day in the saddle with 50 miles of open road luring you on and an encouraging breeze at your back.
Welcome, roadie. We’ve been expecting you.
From Sidi® shoes to Pearl Izumi® shorts, Zappos.com has the cycling gear you need. Bask in the thrill of a streamlined Sugoi™ jersey and quench your craving for breaking in a new kit and making it your own. Check out Orca® and Zoot Sports® when it’s time to scratch that triathlon itch. Whether you dance on the pedals or are working toward earning your stripes, the right gear for your experience is waiting for you. So grab your helmet, suck down some energy gel, and master your podium pose – the road is calling.