I wrote a review over a month ago that never appeared on your site. Initially I did not like the feel on the nylon seamless toe socks, but said I would give it some more time and update my impression. I have come to like the feel and support of these now (very similar to the cotton socks). They still breath well, are comfortable and stay up over the course of the day. Now I wish that all your nylon styles came in this version, including the 20-30 mg versions, so that I would have more choices than your cotton socks! BTW the seamless toe is great (I do not agree with the criticism one reviewer has posted about this).
15-20 mmHg: Mountain Sun (Nylon - Seamless Toe)
I purchased compression socks in advance of an overseas flight and find the socks at Vim&Vigor are number one, beautiful! They are made of quality materials and the company has an easy to understand ordering system, varied inventory and great customer service. My first pair is nylon and I bought the 15-20 mmhg in the Medium/Large size. My shoe size is a Women's 8 1/2 - 9 and my calf is 13 1/2" at the fullest part. As I said they are beautiful, colorful but, oh difficult to get on (particularly if one doesn't first read the suggested method of doing so). I wore them about the house for 6 hours and think they are very comfortable. I personally would never want anything tighter than the 15-20 level, so I went ahead and bought two more types, the merino in the same size and the cotton in a size up which I will comment on later! p.s. I learned of the company from a Samantha Brown travel video on how to dress comfortably on an airplane and she was wearing the Lemon socks, so I went in search of them!
These are quality socks which make my feet and legs feel great! They're also cute!
I absolutely LOVE these socks in Wide Calf. They're a MUST for long flights, long walks or standing...like when you go to VOTE!😁
I bought the 15-20mmHg because I had no idea what to expect. These could possibly be the best hiking socks I've ever had! I love that you had a video on how to best put on this type of sock- it helped a lot. The sock is comfortable and doesn't fall down, even after a long day hiking. These are now considered "standard equipment" for hiking more than a couple of miles and ranks up there with having a daypack and water.