What is "Graduated Compression" and how does it work?
|Within your veins there are valves. If the valves become damaged or weak, compression gives them a boost and helps them to be more efficient. More blood flow back to the heart can improve your health. It can also speed up the healing and recovery process. Compression Sleeves reduce pain and inflammation that come from strenuous workouts and sports-related injuries.|
|Graduated Compression is a new type of technology that will give you continuous compression. Graduated Compression helps your veins work at their greatest level.|
|A Compression Sleeve helps you heal so that you don’t have to slow down.|
What is Compression Zone Technology®?
|Compression Zone Technology® refers to a medical grade compression technology invented by OS1st®. Compression Zone Technology® uses varying levels of compression to create orthopedic support. OS1st® create every compression sleeve using medical-grade compression equipment. We invented the technology for surgical stockings and supports. We then utilised the technology to create lightweight performance compression sleeves for athletes.|
|We combine this technology with comfortable and lightweight materials. OS1st® compression sleeves give support to athletes who push their bodies to the limit.|
Can I sleep in my FS6 Compression Foot Sleeve?
OS1st® designed the FS6 Compression Foot Sleeve so that you can wear them for an extended period of time. Many people have reported improved circulation and pain relief after the first night’s use. If you experience any discomfort, remove them and wear them during the day.
How long will my OS1st® Compression Sleeve last?
OS1st® Compression Sleeves use the best materials available. With proper care, our compression sleeves will last at least 6 months of continuous use. It is natural for compression fabrics to begin to loosen after 6 months of continuous use and washing.
How long can OS1st® Compression Sleeves be worn continuously?
The design for OS1st® products mimic the shape of your body to work with your body’s natural angles. You can wear most compression sleeves for 6-8 hours. You can wear them throughout the day whenever you feel you need the extra support.