While you can't do without the riding, you can improve your training even when you're off the bike. Curve's Compression Socks aid by helping your recovery through gentle compression of the muscles and vessels in your lower leg. Curve knits them so that they provide gradient compression. This ensures that they put an engineered squeeze from the toes up to help your body do what it already does. And the best part is that you can help out while you're working, enjoying dinner, or riding in a car.Like other Curve socks, the Compression Socks use SST silver infused polypropylene yarns that help repel bacteria that make socks stinky. The polypro also aids in the moisture wicking process, keeping your feet drier and happier. They have a high density footbed to provide some cushion for comfort and the reinforced toe and heel give them plenty of durability. The tall ribbed cuff is designed to go over the calf, and the knit pattern is designed to provide exacting compression or stretch to particular parts of the leg.The Curve Compression Socks are Black and are available in three sizes from Medium to X-Large.
I was just wondering how you would change the compression on a normally aspirated engine without changing the displacement? It seems to me that there would be no way. If the bore, stroke and cylinder volume remained the same then how can you change the compression ratio? I'm confuzzled. Does the ... Read More »
I bought some LG bibs about 3 weeks ago and love the way they feel compared to shorts.
I am looking to get another pair of bibs this week and have been looking at the Garneau compression bibs.
Is there a noticeable difference with compression type clothing? I have read a bit online about compressio ... Read More »
Does anyone on here use compression tights to aid recovery? I use the regular foam roller, massage stock, epsom salt baths, ect. but I'm always looking for more help. Good idea or waste of money?Read More »
So today I went to adjust the spacers on my carbon steerer fork and when I pulled the top cover the compression nut fell to the bottom of the fork.
How do I get it back inplace to screw the nut back into the compression plug?Read More »