As any athlete (who’s required to wear shoes) will tell you, choosing the right sock can make all the difference. Socks that are too thick won’t allow your feet to breathe properly, while socks that are too thin might result in blisters. With this in mind, while Copper Fit Socks’ ability to wick moisture could be a benefit, where do they land as far as overall performance? In other words, what types of activities are they best suited for, and are they ultimately worth the price?
Don’t let lower back pain prevent you from staying active and fit with the Copper Fit® Pro Series Back Support. Adjustable straps allow you to find the perfect fit with form-fitting compression, while the reusable beaded gel pack provides hot or cold temperatures to promote healing and reduced inflammation. The added support doesn’t show beneath your clothes, providing the mobility and support you need to get through the day.

Prepare for your best run, game or practice yet with the COPPER FIT Sport Crew Socks. These socks use graduated compression technology to help reduce swelling and discomfort from prolonged sitting or standing. These socks are crafted with high-density activated copper that is woven into polyester yarns for total comfort and premium performance. Copper fibers deliver natural odor management so your feet feel fresh even when you’re working up a sweat. Crew cut height is perfect for wearing with sneakers, while soft fibers add comfort with every wear.
Copper Fit Back Pro is the latest piece of copper-infused compression wear in the Copper Fit lineup. It is a compression band that straps around the abdomen with adjustable Velcro straps to provide support and relief to the lower back. Like many brands of athletic compression wear, the Copper Fit Back Pro claims to offer pain alleviation and increased maneuverability. There are also claims regarding the infusion of copper into the fabric, such as antimicrobial properties which supposedly result in anti-odor features.
One study found that when 21 male runners did two step tests – one with compression socks and one without – they were able to go slightly longer wearing the compressions before exhaustion. There have also been some small increases seen in anaerobic threshold, particularly in cycling, and in jumping performance. The theory is that the tights prevent oscillation of the muscles sideways and promote muscle efficiency.
I bought this for my husband who had knee surgery several years ago. After an hour commute each day, his knee aches. After a couple of hours of wearing his CopperFit in the evenings, he gets very respectable relief. He tried wearing it all day once day, but the band wanted to roll down once at the top creating an uncomfortable bind after a while. He says it might just be that he should have noticed the fold earlier, but he has decided to just wear it a few hours at night. For the money, this has been a wonderful solution to his achy knee issue. I thought it a good investment and bought a second one. Worth the money if it makes my husband happy.

Copper-infused compression garments are selling like crazy. Ranging from tight-fitting knee and elbow sleeves, to shirts, leggings, gloves and socks, these products are marketed as a way to relieve pain and improve sports endurance. One of the biggest purveyors of copper-infused athletic apparel, Tommie Copper, grossed about $87 million in sales between April 2011 and October 2014, according to court documents.

Copper, a soft, malleable metal, has long been touted as a folk medicine treatment to relieve pain and heal injuries. According to court documents, a 2012 Tommie Copper catalog claimed that, “Copper has been used for thousands of years to aid in reducing inflammation, growing and sustaining connective tissues and aiding in blood flow and oxygen transport,” and that it “provides immediate relief from inflammation… and harnesses the other well-known health benefits of copper.”


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On one side of the coin, it’s positive that Copper Fit included graduated compression in Energy Socks, since this it what could provide the greatest relief from your swelling. On the other side, as mentioned above, we’re not told exactly how much compression these socks provide—or as a result, how they might perform compared to other compression socks.

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As to how my parents felt when I gave them their own back supports they immediately felt relief. They have been using them daily for six months now, and they still rave about how good they feel when they are wearing the copper fit. I have seen them try others, but they didn't like how bulky they were. By the way, my parents are 89 and 91 years old and since they have been wearing the back supports it's like a new lease on life!

The advertising for Copper Fit Gloves hints that they can be used to increase performance and also lessen pain and stiffness. As someone who owns numerous Copper Fit products and has used support gloves for those reasons, I do know that such a garment can provide a moderate amount of relief. Keep in mind that wearing compression-wear won’t address an underlying condition, but in some circumstances it can provide enough support to allow you to function.
Finally, with regard to pricing, most of the devices we saw fell within the same neighborhood of the Copper Fit brace, ranging from $23 to $33 and up at the time of our research. Ultimately, the ideal product for you will likely come down to which one features the size closest to your own, for the lowest price (though as we already covered, price doesn’t seem to be a large component, as all of the popular options we encountered were in the same general range).

All of the devices mentioned above featured adjustable tension bands, built-in stabilization functions, additional lumbar support, and materials designed to be light and breathable, but not all of them included the copper-infusion found in the product at hand. The purpose of the copper is to reduce odors in this case, so if that isn’t overly important for you, it may not significantly impact your buying decision, but it’s still something to take into account when searching for the ideal product.

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I received these gloves and tried them right away. I color and quilt, both which aggravates the arthritis in my hands, especially my right one which is really affected with the affliction. Usually when I wake up in the morning the knuckles on the first finger of my right hand is painfully swollen. After one night with the Copper Compression gloves, my finger was not swollen at all! My hands both felt "usable" which was a joy to me. OK, be a believer or not if you will - I am!! I just ordered the back brace and expect to have the same results! If you've hesitated, the guarantee is such you're doing yourself a disservice if you don't try them for yourself.
Compression can alleviate swelling and help with recovery in sore muscles, but experts are on the fence if wearing a back brace like Copper Fit Back Pro is a good idea when doing any lifting. Some believe wearing something like Copper Fit Back Pro gives people a false sense of their own strength, causing them to injure themselves when lifting too much.
Reduce the strain on your knees with the Copper Fit® Pro Series Knee Sleeve and keep performing your best in any activity. Compression technology is designed to reduce muscle soreness and pain, the Copper Fit® sleeve helps muscles recover faster through vastly improved circulation and oxygenation. The copper ions bound to the fibers help reduce odors, while moisture wicking technology keeps stays cool and dry under pressure.
Consumer Reports has also reviewed the research into the use of copper to ease pain and has found little evidence of the metal’s ability to lessen aches. A 2013 study of 70 people with rheumatoid arthritis (a relatively large sample for this kind of research), published in the journal PLOS ONE, concluded that wearing a copper wrist strap did not help ease pain. “There are also no reliable studies supporting the healing powers of copper-infused fabrics,” says Consumer Reports medical director Orly Avitzur, M.D. “It’s extremely unlikely that these fabrics would provide any therapeutic benefit beyond compression for arthritis or pain,” Avitzur says.

I had some heavy work I was afraid to do because I knew my back would hurt for days. I put on my Copper Fit Back Pro and not only could I move a heavy mattress and box spring, and a ugly heavy couch, but there was no pain at all after all that shoving pushing and dragging the bulky furniture. I felt fantastic. I have not had a back ache since I found this product--I get the slightest muscle spasm and I put on my C F Back Pro--it is a miracle what I can do now.
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Copper Fit Socks first hit the market in late 2014, among a throng of other copper-infused products that flooded the market at that time. Copper infused clothing has been around for some time, and there are questions about whether or not copper actually imparts benefits or it is mainly hyped advertisement. In a comparison of Copper Fit Socks to a regular pair of high-quality cotton athletic socks, we saw no difference in comfort or performance. While such things as sweat and odor are highly subjective, we saw little improvement over regular socks. We did feel that Copper Fit Socks were comfortable and well-made.
Bought these for my mother in-law, who has Osteoarthritis in her knees. She has used them for several weeks now (I purchased 2) - and she now has another option when it comes to pain management. I'm writing this testimonial on her behalf. She's told me that they are super comfortable, the material is very breathable and has some sort of anti-odor properties, as it is super hot where I live and she says she lets them air out at night. She wears them when she goes out walking and says they help immensely. I would recommend these for anyone looking for an inexpensive option - just anything to help that's not medicinal.
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