Lily Trotters Compression Socks Review

I was excited to get the opportunity to try another pair of compression socks. These are from Lily Trotters. Love the cute name! These socks focus on the fashion + fitness aspect of compression socks which is a nice change. They’re not boring and remind me of regular socks yet still have the right amount of compression for my calves. Look at all the fun different styles:04_bradybunch_lowrezI’ve been wearing the cute polka dot socks for the past week and am loving them! I think I prefer these for actual running since they’re more comfortable andĀ haveĀ just the right amount of compression. They have gradient compression of 15-20 mmHg. I wore them on my last 8 mile runs and my 17 miles yesterday. My legs felt great while running.

Here’s some info aboutĀ Lily Trotters:

  • Lily Trotters were created by Creative Director Susan Costa-Walston in 2012 after discovering the benefits of compression socks, but unable to find any fashion-forward choices.
  • Lily Trotters are easier to get on and take off than other athletic brands, according to user feedback.
  • Lily Trotters are 100% sourced and made in the USA.
  • Lily Trotters are made of the finest micro nylon for a luxurious feel.
  • Lily Trotters are moisture-wicking and antimicrobial.

Pretty cool that they are 100% made in the USA! I also think they are great for work. I work 12 hour shifts and am on my feet quite a bit. So these are great!

Want to check these out? They have a Kickstarter now that ends in 4 days on August 13th! I was informedĀ that this is theĀ ONLY time these socks will be available at this low of a price! Check it out HERE.

Note: IĀ received a complimentary sample to try. They did not require a review but I decided to do one. All opinions expressed are my own.

Have you tried compression socks?

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2 thoughts on “Lily Trotters Compression Socks Review

  1. Cute compression socks! Looks like they have a good variety of styles! Cool to know that you like to run in these compared to others. I usually use the ones I have for recovery. Might have to look into these ones.

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