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Speed Hound offers more affordable compression boots system

Published January 6, 2021

(BRAIN) — Speed Hound, a five-year-old triathlon product brand, is now offering a leg compression recovery system that retails for $745, considerably less than other similar products on the market. The system is currently sold consumer-direct, but the company said it is developing a wholesale system and plans to conduct demos at brick-and-mortar retail stores as soon as COVID-19 restrictions allow.

The system consists of a control unit, an anatomical attachment, and a carrying case. The control unit has an air compressor which pumps air through four air pockets into the attachments which inflate and massage the legs.

Arm compression sleeves and hip attachments also are available. The system is designated as a Class II FDA-approved Medical Device indicated for the relief of muscle aches and pains and for increase in circulation. 

The company said its compression boots are more adjustable than others: Users can adjust boot pressure from 20mmHg to 200mmHg; the system has two massage modes; and the boots are divided into four zones that the user can turn on or off individually to target specific areas. 

The system has a 45-day "Happiness Guarantee" and a 2-year warranty. 

More information: | Wholesale inquiries: contact business development manager Mike Buenting.

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