Top of the line FIRM Compression socks. Made of special German engineered quality Microfiber Nylon. High content of Spandex (30%) gives the socks long lasting durability with great flexibility. Foot can stretch up to 16" and leg can stretch up to 29".
Microfiber Nylon support socks are specially designed to provide energy boosting graduated compression to tired, achy overworked legs.
Over the calf, Knee High
Fiber Content: Microfiber Nylon 70%, and Spandex 30%
- Super soft Microfiber,
- Foot can stretch up to 16"
- Leg section can stretch up to 29"
- Reciprocated heel, with comfortable toe
- Soft comfortable welt without restriction
- Superior “stay up” performance
- Graduated compression aids blood circulation, relieves tired, aching and swollen legs, often symptoms of varicose veins
- 20-30 mmHg Compression
Mild Compression(8-15 mmHg)Recommended forthe relief of tired, aching legs. Mild compression can also help reduce minor swelling in the ankle and legs and to alleviate pain associated with very mild varicose veins.
Moderate Compression (15-20 mmHg)Recommended for the relief of a variety of symptoms including:
Firm Compression (20-30 mmHg)
Mild to moderate leg swelling, Tired, aching legs and mild leg pain, Superficial or early varicose veins, Post-operative for less severe procedures
Helps to reduce the risk of circulatory problems such as Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) in normal-risk patients, especially during periods of long travel
Firm Compression can be used to treat a number of symptoms for more severe leg disorders including:
Moderate swelling or edema, Mild to moderate leg pain, Medium severity varicose veins, Post-surgery, including vein stripping, sclerotherapy, and EVLT per a doctor's recommendation, Reduces the risk of circulatory problems such as Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) especially during periods of long travel, Prevention of recurrence of venous ulcerations in the leg
Extra Firm Compression (30-40 mmHg)Extra firm compression should be used by patients with severe circulatory disorders of the legs, including:
Severe swelling or edema, More severe varicose veins, Prevention of recurrence of venous ulcerations in the leg, Chronic venous insufficiency, Distended, tortuous veins of the legs associated with pregnancy, Hypotension, Post deep vein thrombosis (DVT), Post-surgery, including vein stripping, sclerotherapy, and EVLT per a doctor's recommendation, Phlebitis and venous insufficiency, Relief of chronic leg fatigue and heaviness
People with diabetes, unless under medical supervision
Significant arterial disease (ischaemia) according to vascular assessment
Congestive cardiac failure, as compression can lead to cardiac overload
Known sensitivity to the fabric of the stocking