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Moto-Skiveez Compression Riding Socks
The Moto-Skiveez Compression Riding Socks offer light compression along the length of the lower leg to combat lower limb edema (swelling) that is commonly associated with long distance motorcycle riding. You'll feel fresher at the end of your riding day when you wear compression socks.
Incorporated into the construction is 40% aloe fiber. Aloe fiber has anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties that will help with odor. In addition, aloe fiber is soft and is designed to reduce chafing and blistering. Using sophisticated micro-encapsulation technology, tiny amounts of Aloe Vera are locked into airtight, waterproof micro-capsules. Bonded into the sock's fabric, the Aloe is released instantly when the fabric is touched or rubs against the leg. Even after repeated wear and washing, the smoothing benefits remain.
- SM: fits sizes 6-9 and is approximately 16" high
- LG: fits sizes 9-12 and is approximately 18" high
- XL: fits sizes 12-15 and is approximately 18" high
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Reviews & Questions
I am new to compression gear, and cannot believe I've ridden so long without any. A friend recommended I look into a pair of compression socks before leaving on a 2,700 mile road trip a few weeks ago. I looked around the internet and came across this brand at Revzilla. I had become familiar with Moto-Skiveez after hearing about their compression underwear, and I actually checked this site for a pair of them - not the socks. Then I recalled my feet being sore on one of my previous trips and I decided to give these socks a chance. (I now pat myself on the back for making that call.)
The socks are really a big help for me on long rides. I used them on my trip across the Southeast this month and never once suffered from any foot pain. I cannot say how much the socks helped with lower leg circulation, but I also don't know how much that condition attributed to my discomfort before using these. I racked it up to just being on the bike for 12+ hours each day. While using the socks, I didn't catch myself thinking about my feet at all, ever. So, that's a good thing. My feet didn't swell or smell badly, even after riding 450 miles in the rain.
The socks themselves are interesting. I'm not too crazy about the color scheme with the bright writing and design, but I never see the socks when they're under my pants, so who cares? They have a very unique smell to them, probably due to the aloe integrated into the material. It is kind of like a mint smell, but not exactly. It's really hard to pinpoint, but at any rate, it smells good. Even after wearing them for a couple of days, the good smell remained with no rancid, skeezy foot odor. And, they offer a cooling sensation while being worn. Odd, but likeable at the same time!
My points of nitpick are the length and tightness of the socks. Regarding length, they come up past my knees if I pull them all the way to their ends. So, what I did was roll the top down about 2 inches. Problem solved. The tightness is kind of unavoidable since they are compression socks, after all. Nonetheless, they are a little hard to get started over your feet and up the calf. Once you figure out that you have to roll them down and work them slowly up your leg, it isn't an issue. That is, until you take them off! I have that figured out too now, and in the worst case scenario, I just have to turn them right side out.
If you're considering a pair of compression socks, then I'd strongly encourage you to buy these and give them a shot. I'm glad I did, and I may buy another couple of pairs to wear while working. I am truly impressed with them and the price here on Revzilla was very good.
1 year ago
They work folks, what ever they are made off there is absolutely no bad odor after wearing them for almost 33 hours straight (Miami to New Zealand). In my case at 6', they roll up to just below my knees. It takes a bit to put them but its not the end of the world.
One peace of advise is to keep them away from Velcro. I wear Sidi Adventure Goretex boots and the flap has what I call the male side of Velcro and it loves to tear up socks.
One wish is that they come in packs of threes or such with a bit of a break since they are great for more than just riding around on the GS'.
over 2 years ago
1 year ago
I tried a pair of XL size on at the IMS in Long Beach. Now the XL is for a much larger shoe size and I thought they may bunch up. I found that if I didn't stretch them on the foot size works well despite the larger size. The compression is light to moderate and helps reduce fatigue, soreness and edema.
Two years ago I broke an ankle in a crash. After surgery I wore true “moderate compression socks”. Those were very difficult to put on and were much more than just a “moderate” compression. I was never able to get comfortable due to the excessive compression and larger sizes did not fit correctly. Since the accident I tend to get significant swelling and pain during rides and extended standing. I've worn these socks on a few hour ride and found a decreased amount of swelling and less overall pain. My true test was two days of teaching a motorcycle class to beginner students which entails being on my feet all day.
I used my typical motorcycle socks for day one of class. They worked well as they have in the past but my ankle was not happy and the swelling was rather excessive. For day two I decided to wear the Moto-Skiveez Compression Riding Socks. I felt relief immediately after just putting them on due to the compression aspect. At the conclusion of the day I was in less pain than the previous day and had essentially zero swelling.
I can't speak to the life of the compression or materials yet as I've only got limited time with them up to now. Knowing the quality of the Moto-Skiveez riding shorts I'm confident their socks will follow similar quality and longevity.
My riding sock collection will be transitioning to these. In fact I will be wearing them for daily activities as well due to the overall comfort and reduction in pain and swelling.
I'm playing with a pretty average body for someone 50+. Not skinny, but not a weight-lifter (I'm 6'1"/178#). Now I must confess that I originally bought the incorrect size of Moto-Skiveez Socks but did a return swap for one size up (after getting confirmation from Shawn at Moto-Skiveez that I indeed ordered incorrectly and the new larger size fit perfectly. If you are at the upper end of the size range for a S, M or L, I'd probably go one size up. For example if you are a 9, get a Large and not the Small.
I wore them first during the ride home from the BMW MOA Rally in Salt Lake City, a distance of about a 550 mile ride from Moab, UT back to Texas that I made in one hot day. They worked well! How do I come to this conclusion? Easy. I FORGOT I was wearing new socks and on the ride I never thought about them. That to me is the way a sock should be...forgettable! I also noticed that with the Aloe infused fiber, my feet felt smooth and dry. Try them. I think this is a winner. I also bought the Sport Riding Shorts, the Zippered Long Sleeved Technical Riding Shirt and one of their neck roll/bandana things. Dip that in cool water and the evaporative cooling works well around your neck. Hope this review shed a bit of light on something that will be hiding inside your boot!
So far, I've only ridden about 1000 miles with them, but next month will be doing a 7500 mile round trip. I will update this review if necessary, but I expect they will perform flawlessly.
1 year ago
4 months ago