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YOUR PERFECT RIDING COMPRESSION SOCKS

Riding Merino Compression Socks
Riding Merino Compression Socks

Equestrian

Riding Ultralight Compression Socks
Riding Ultralight Compression Socks

Equestrian

Riding Compression Socks
Riding Compression Socks

Equestrian

COMPRESSION IS THE SECRET THAT MAKES CEP RIDING COMPRESSION SOCKS SO EFFECTIVE

Riding Compression Socks

Quite possibly the world’s best riding socks

For riders, the happiest place on earth is on the back of a horse. When people and horses work together as a single team, much of the communication takes place via the legs. The objective is to give commands in a very subtle, non-apparent way. As the rider tires, commands become less accurate and the chance of error increases. CEP has developed a solution to precisely this problem: CEP Riding Socks increase the flow of blood in your legs to give you more endurance and enhanced performance. But that’s not all. CEP Riding Socks also give you slender legs, which in turn makes it easier to put on and take off your riding boots. CEP Riding Socks are made in Germany so you know they are premium quality products. Dressage riders like Christoph Koschel and even show jumpers have long discovered the advantages of CEP for themselves and swear by these innovative knee socks.

CEP Riders

Christoph Koschel

Christoph Koschel is one of Germany’s most successful dressage riders. The countless titles from national and international Grand Prix events are a clear indication of his skill, and he even has his own dressage facility at Hof Beckerode stables.

CEP is proud to partner with Christoph Koschel, who is a true expert and consultant when it comes to developing the perfect riding socks. For Koschel, CEP Riding Compression Socks are the ultimate legwear – not least because he was instrumental in their development.

CEP Riders
You will feel the difference immediately. The high-tech fabric fits perfectly. The feeling at the calf is super. Contact with the horse is improved. Christoph Koschel,

Bronze medal winner at the Wolrd Equestrian Games in Kentucky, 2010.