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Whether he's kicking back, traveling or recovering from a workout, he can benefit from a pair of compression socks. The upsides are endless: They'll boost circulation in his legs, help reduce pain and swelling, and even support his veins. Under normal circumstances, they cost a pretty penny, but we found several sets on massive sale at QVC. But you better hurry— the deal only lasts for the day!
We’re talking four-packs down from $158 (if purchased separately) to just $40. That makes them just $10 a pair — a whopping 75% off the regular price! And if you’re new to QVC, you’ll get an extra $15 off (use code OFFER at checkout). You can even spread out your payment, with QVC's interest-free EasyPay option.
Tommie Copper socks are woven with infrared PET yarn, which helps keep tootsies warm. They're designed with anti-odor technology that helps reduce bacteria for up to 50 washes. How's that for the sweet smell of success? Want a closer look? Check out this video.
The copper and zinc-infused socks would make the perfect gift for dear old dad.
Tommie Copper 4-Pack Compression Ankle Infrared Socks
Tommie Copper socks specifically target the arch and heel, helping relieve soreness and aches, and aiding in muscle recovery (say, after a tough workout). Plus, the socks are abrasion-resistant and, thanks to the brand's UltraGuard Technology, they provide almost two times the wear as traditional socks before developing holes. The socks are available in two lengths — ankle and over-the-calf. The ankle-length, shown above, is perfect with sneakers.
Tommie Copper Compression Over-the-Calf Infrared Socks
Looking to reap even more benefits? The over-the-calf socks are ideal to wear while traveling or if he'll be on his feet all day. Don’t worry, he won’t get too hot: They wick away moisture, so he’ll stay nice and dry.
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