Overland Journal

Woman-owned Vim & Vigr just celebrated its 10th anniversary, extending its reach in a decade from a single style to a full line featuring three compression levels with cotton, nylon, and merino wool fabric blends. The company’s unisex, whimsical patterns step up the fun factor (they have practical plain-Jane/Jack styles, too), and the association many have with compression socks, hospitals, and injury recovery dances straight out the window. The support and comfort ratio of the Moderate level is unparalleled for backcountry usefulness, with circulation benefits, reduced muscle stress and swelling, and improved energy levels after long days of travel behind the wheel. Open-toe socks and leg sleeves up the ante.

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