Resulting from technologies developed for running or skiing, the Horse Pilot sock uses compression technology.
The calf, located at a distance from the lung and the heart, behaves like a sponge in the rider's leg. Venous blood, which carries toxins, has difficulty moving upwards. For good oxygenation of the muscles of the lower body and better sensitivity, it is important to act on the calf like a real peripheral heart. By compressing the calf, the sock will allow a better venous return towards the heart, thus limiting the risks of cramps, aches or injuries and improving the sensitivity of the leg (proprioception).
Keeping feet dry during exercise
For better support in the stirrup
To avoid friction in the boot
To avoid blisters
67% Nylon, 24% Recycled Polyester, 7% Lycra, 2% Spandex
Compression allows riders to improve their consistency and recoveryread more