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November 29, 2022 2 min read

Ski mountaineering has a notoriety for being physically demanding. Sure, the flashy moments of skiing with pointed objects and ropes get all the spotlight, but there's a lot more that goes on behind the scenes when prepping for big mountain skiing. Aside from the necessary safety skills and mountain expertise, there's also the physically challenging issue of dragging yourself and all that gear into the backcountry in the dead of winter.

A full day of shredding on the mountain is no joke. However, unless you're one of those bouncy kids, your legs, feet, back, and other muscles are probably a little sore, if not screaming. A massage is lovely, as is soaking in a hot tub if you have access to one, but Recovapro Air is another practical choice for those on the go.

How Does Recovapro Air Work?

Recovapro Air compression boots are designed for speedy recovery and rehab if you want to stay in top shape this ski season. Professional athletes rely on them to maintain them in peak condition.

To maximize your healing and recovery, Recovapro Air employs the following techniques:

  • Pulsing to significantly improve the flow of fluid and metabolites out of the limbs following a ski run
  • Gradients to prevent fluids from flowing in the wrong direction and delivering maximum pressure in each zone
  • The distal release allows each leg area to relax as much as possible without a significant break between compression cycles.

Nearly all professional sports teams use Recovapro Air. With the press of a button, these boots can assist you in recovering from a long day on the slopes. It's an investment, and every skier might need a pair.


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