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[December 01, 2012]

Zensah(R) Smart Touch Running Gloves are the Perfect Christmas Gift for Runners

Miami, FL, Dec 01, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Zensah(R), the leading athletic compression brand, recently released new Zensah(R) Smart Touch Running Gloves. These gloves arrived just in time for the Christmas and holiday season, providing runners and all athletes a way to use touch-screen technology during exercise.

Zensah's(R) iTip technology on the fingertips and thumbs eliminates the need for glove removal prior to operating a touch screen, keeping hands warm throughout the winter months. These gloves also feature reflective strips to keep runners safe in dark or foggy conditions. Priced at $29.99, Zensah gloves are the best gift for runners.

Popular blogger and avid runner Nicole Kennedy of http://www.Simply-Nicole.com is an avid user of Zensah's(R) Smart Touch Running Gloves. Kennedy says, "The gloves have iTip technology which allows you to use your iPhone or other touch-screen devices. When I found out that little fact, I was sold! I hate when I go for a run in the winter and I have to take off my gloves to flip through my music." Another great gift option from Zensah(R) is their compression socks. Featuring the company's signature fabric, these socks provide the optimal amount of compression to the legs, as well as arch support for the feet. Increased circulation in the legs stimulates oxygenated blood flow, therefore providing athletes with increased endurance, as well faster recovery after tough training sessions or workouts. Zensah's(R) Argyle Compression are available in a variety of color options.

When asked about Zensah's(R) Argyle Compression Socks, Alysha Witwicki of http://www.ShesontheRun.com said "My calves felt great wearing them, and I didn't have any pain after running." Zensah(R) is making waves in the fitness industry with its innovative and fun products. Both of these items would make for the perfect gift. Zensah(R) products are sold in specialty stores across the country and online.

About Zensah(R) Founded in 2004, Zensah is a Miami based company that was created to help athletes at all levels improve their performance. Zensah is the leader in compression apparel products for performance and recovery and is the number one choice among runners.

Suzanne Kerpel marketing(at)zensah(dot)com ZENSAH COMPRESSION APPAREL (305) 935-4619 Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/12/prweb10188440.htm PRWeb.com

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