CEP Compression, a manufacturer of performance compression socks and sportswear, announced the launch of its Ski Collection of socks and base layers. The offering features medical-grade compression socks, including Thermo and Thermo Merino, Ski Touring and Ultralight options and made with a blend of materials and advanced fibers.

“Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned skier, there is always an adjustment period for your body when you hit the slopes at the start of the winter season,” said Jared Finney, director of sales, CEP Compression. “From altitude adjustments to dealing with ankle swelling and blisters, our new Ski Collection was designed to help mitigate many of these factors so that skiers can keep performing their best and avoid potential detours with their plans.” 

Combining CEP’s ski compression socks with its latest medical-grade Ski Touring Base Tights “enables skiers to improve circulation and increase the supply of valuable nutrients to muscles from their feet to hips.” Developed with an anatomical design that supports the hamstrings and quads, the tights also incorporate “high-tech fabric that offers excellent heat and moisture management to keep skiers pleasantly warm.” No-chafe seams and a “proven blend of materials help drive a friction-free performance and maximum comfort.”

Rounding out CEP’s ski collection is its Touring Base Shirt which offers 3D padding in the shoulders and stretchable fabric for a full range of motion. A streamlined design uses wool and cashmere for a lightweight fit while optimizing thermal management with quick-drying breathable air channels. The base layers are also sustainable with the use of Lyocell fibers.

“We wanted to leave no stone unturned in designing a future-forward portfolio,” added Finney. “Having Lyocell incorporated in our base tights and shirts helps us advance sustainability as a priority while ensuring a smooth ride for people hitting the slopes this winter.”

CEP Compression is an official supplier of the National Ski Patrol and Professional Ski Instructors of America. For more product information, go here.

Photo courtesy CEP Compression