2XU Vectr Socks and Performance Sleeve Review

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Thankfully, I had the 2XU Vectr Socks and Performance Sleeves this past weekend while running Monument Valley!  They honestly saved my legs!

Disclaimer: I received a pair of 2XU Vectr Socks and Performance Sleeves to review  as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

Typically, I run in 2XU compression pants (the MCS tights and Hyoptik are my faves), so I was super pumped to try out the Vectr socks and performance sleeves.  Following the sizing listed on the website, I was able to get both the socks and sleeves in the correct size.  They wash well, and feel extremely comfortable to wear.  I found that for me, they work best for recovery, rather than for wear while being active, but I know other people have expressed that they work great for during activity as well.

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I am a bit on the short side, and did find that the sleeves and socks overlapped slightly, which I found wonderful for recovery compression.  This past weekend, I participated in an amazing race through the sacred Navajo land in Monument Valley.  While it was marked as a half marathon, it was really closer to 15 miles.  As soon as the race was over, I went back to the campsite to wear these babies for awhile.  My legs felt awesome, and today, after another recovery session, my legs feel good as new.

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The combination of the Vectr Sleeves and socks really made a difference.  I have used 2XUcompression pants and sleeves separately for recovery purposes, but I could feel a big difference with the sleeves and sock combined.  I find that depending on race/run length, my legs will swell when I use sleeves or pants for recovery.  The sleeves and socks combined prevented the swelling and really helped quicken my race recovery time.  I highly recommend both these products to increase your recovery!

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