I’ve known for a while I needed to look into wearing compression socks because my family history for varicose veins. Vim & Vigr Compression Socks

But I had a hard time because seared in my mind were my grandma’s thick, ugly, knee-high compression socks.

They were always in the kitchen sink or draped over the shower curtain. To me they were clearly old people socks.

I wasn’t ready to “give up” and have my sense of style diminished for compression socks health benefits.

Then I met Michelle at Winter Outdoor Retailer. She created Vim & Vigr a new women’s only line of compression socks.

Vim & Vigr Compression SocksThese weren’t my grandma’s compression socks. These were some of the most fashionable compression socks I’ve seen.

She had me try on a pair for one day. The difference was astounding.

Now I wear my winter appropriate wool compression socks (I bought another pair in addition to the complimentary pair) and I plan to buy a few pairs in nylon and cotton for the spring and summer months.

If you’re a woman who works at a desk, works at home, or on your feet wear these to:Vim & Vigr Compression Socks

Energize legs
Prevent swelling
Alleviate achiness and heaviness
Prevent and reduce spider and varicose veins
Aid in muscle recovery


Vim & Vigr will change your impression about compression. Period.

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Mary Edwards
I live with my twin girls and husband at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Salt Lake City, Utah. In the summer I like to run, hike, and camp. In the winter I like to snow shoe, cross country ski and cozy up to a stack of novels. My family delights me with their love, humor, and desire to go on outdoor adventures with me from catching butterflies to dipping toes in rivers, to making s'mores up the canyon. I earned a Master of Professional Communication at Westminster College and was marketing manager for the Utah Symphony & Opera Deer Valley Music Festival and Program Director at Brighton Girls Camp. Both opportunities fueled my love for the outdoors.
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