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Rogue Compression Socks


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Brand Rogue Fitness
Socks Compression Socks
Compression Gear Socks, Abrasion Protection
Made In USA Yes
Free Shipping No
3 Ships Free Yes

Rogue Compression Socks

The PERFORMANCE line of compression socks are made in America and designed to be the best socks you will ever wear - GUARANTEED.

To deliver top Performance we use Olefin fibers to produce a fast drying, lightweight sock with superb abrasion resistance and long-lasting durability. As a fiber, Olefin retains less than .01% of its weight in moisture and resists deterioration from chemicals and perspiration. The combination of nylon and spandex with the Olefin antimicrobial fiber helps create a softer, more comfortable sock with incredible breath-ability for everyday wear.

Olefin, the only Nobel Prize-winning fiber, has a great story. Its production leaves very little waste; therefore, it has less environmental impact than most polymers and is easier to recycle. Olefin also has the lightest specific gravity of any other fabric. This is why our socks will float in water.

  • "Window Seam" Design
  • T-66 Nylon Toe and Heel
  • 3 Arch Support
  • Double Density Weave Footbed
  • Y-Heel Contour
  • Thin, Channeled Upper
  • Half Density Weave Ankle Joint
  • Signature Double Welt Cuff
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Rogue Compression Socks is rated 3.625 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good if you're looking for... I wasn't looking for an athletic sock, I was looking for compression hose that looked cool and non-medicinal for some varicose veins that are beginning in my lower inner leg to ankle region. They absolutely rock. I'm a 13 who got the Large, so its a tight fit. When I take my socks off in the evening, you can bare see the veins. and yes, I pump iron and train in Arnis De Mano wearing them.
Date published: 2015-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Sock I have had my socks for 10 months now and they have worked great. Love the feel. Don't understand the other reviewers that the socks would slide down. I am 5.7 have 8.5 shoe size and bought the medium. They fit all the way up for the calf and give excellent support. I only use them for lifting.
Date published: 2015-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Socks I'm right on the cusp of the sizing chart between medium and large. Based on other reviews, I went a size up. I'm curious as to where other reviewer is buying compression socks that are half the price of these for same quality. FYI: I used mine for running and will be wearing them for a Spartan race. So far so good.
Date published: 2015-02-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from ONLY WORE ONCE... Im 6' with smaller sized calves and the Large was crazy tight, beyond compression and more like tournaquet ,, barely reached mid calf... I CANT IMAGINE how someone with larger calves could even pull these up ..
Date published: 2015-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Twice the price of other compression socks, and they don't fit well These socks are very expensive for what they are, glorified socks. They don't come up to your knee, slide down during use, and are very difficult to get on. And forget returning them if you accidentally toss the label it came with. I am extremely unhappy with my pair and don't recommend these to anyone.
Date published: 2014-02-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from "Socks Run Short and Low on Calf." Socks are too short. I received these socks as a gift and I have a 9.5 shoe size. The sizing chart states I am a medium but like other compression socks made by 2XU or McDavid, these socks are shorter which cause them to slide down back down your calves. I am 5' 9" and have normal size calves approximately 15" in diameter. It is very annoying to have to pull up these socks after every set of exercise. I end up taking them off during my W.O.D instead of dealing with them. I tested them out few times. The quality of workmanship and sock material is great. I just wish the length was longer as MOST compression socks. More testing should have been done on the during the research and development phase. Most X-Fitters are pretty muscular in the calves and I bet most would have the same problem. Great for skinny folks though. Good Luck. Seems like some of the other reviews prior to mine have the same issue. So if you have muscular calves. Order a larger size. Although that might defeat the purpose of having a compression sock. Now you might have the problem of less compression on the sock.
Date published: 2014-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good. I needed a GREAT sock that had compression and good wicking. I have shin splints and every workout I come out drenched in sweat. These have good overall compression (though I dont recommend them specifically for shin splints) and kept my feet pretty dry though I think its impossible to be 100% dry because I sweat SO FREAKIN MUCH. Overall I am very happy with them and I think for anyone looking for a good "dry and compressing" sock then these are them. They do stop just shy of the top of my gastrocnemius look at the pics they clearly dont go all the way over. Im sporting size large and have 16" gastrocnemius.
Date published: 2014-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Rogue Compression Sock overall fit Somehow...I thought these were full calf covering. May be my mistake...probably is. The socks feel awesome... Love that compression feel. I have chronic calf pull issues when I do certain excersises so I wanted a full calf covering sock for the compression as well as protection when I do box jumps and clean/jerk presses. HOWEVER...these socks only cover half of my calf. I pulled and pulled...can't get them up any further. Maybe I have larger than normal calves? The foot part fits perfectly and as said...these feel great. Considered returning and getting the get the full calf covered, but then the foot part would be oversized. Guess you can't win them all.
Date published: 2014-01-24
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