WHY USE COMPRESSION BOOTS?
When you train, you build up lactic acid, which means you’re going to feel sore and tight. To give you quicker recovery, the boots use pressure to reduce soreness and help keep your body mobile and ready to take on another game day. Think of it like a deep-tissue massage. The pressure is significant enough to mobilize lactic acid buildup, so your downtime is shorter, and you aren’t left feeling sore.
HOW DO THEY WORK?
The pressurized compartments in the boots squeeze your legs, mobilizing fluids and speeding up your body’s natural process of filtering lactic acid, metabolites, and other debris that build up after exercise-induced trauma out of your blood.
WHEN SHOULD I USE THEM?
Compression boots are ideal right after a workout, race, or event, especially after a long, arduous one. However, you can use the boots after a long day, anytime your legs are feeling sore, or whenever you feel you need to reboot!