ZAMST HA-1 Regular
ZAMST HA-1 Regular (Socks)
For maintaining plantar performance
Supporting heel arches by unique knitting technology. Sox reduces the burden on the soles of the feet and helps relieve fatigue.
Material: Fiber: Cotton, Acrylic, Nylon, Elastane, Polyester
Arch lift to support plantar function
The use of unique knitting techniques from the arch to the ankle supports the spring function that is compromised by fatigue.
Heel control to suppress instability of the heel
Using a unique knitting method, it reduces burden on the plantar arch by inhibiting instability of the heel. Support maintenance of long-duration and high level of performance.
Front Wave that does not interfere with the natural movement of the foot
It is designed to be bendy even if it gets wrinkled on the front of the ankle by bending and stretching.
Supporting Achilles tendon
Creating spaces in arch lifts helps with moderate mobility and reduces stress.
Plantar pile to relieve the impact
A pile material is used on the sole of the foot to reduce the impact on the foot during landing and stepping (except for the arch lift parts).
Two colors to choose
How to select proper size of the HA-1 Regular
Choose a size based on your shoe size. If your measurement falls between two sizes, choose the larger one.
|Size||Shoe size (cm)|
|S||23.0 - 25.0|
|M||25.0 - 27.0|
|L||27.0 - 29.0|
ZAMST Cold & Hot Pack
For cooling or heating of the affected area
ZAMST Ice Bag
For first-aid treatment and cool-down of injuries
ZAMST Calf & Ankle Sleeve
For fatigue countermeasure for the calf and supporting the ankle
ZAMST Bodymate Ankle
For light compression and protection of the ankle
ZAMST FILMISTA ANKLE
Light compression and protection of the ankle
Powerful model in the series reducing inversion and eversion movements
Support ankle firmly from inversion at landing and turning
ZAMST A1 Short
Support ankle from inversion at landing and turning
ZAMST FA-1 (Ankle support)
Create stability by compressing the unstable ankle
ZAMST AT-1 (Achilles tendon support)
Reduce ankle movements stressing the Achilles tendon