Compression socks you actually want to wear
✓ Graduated compression from ankle to calf
✓ Contoured leg and heel for a superior fit
✓ Flexible toe pocket for extra comfort
✓ Spandex throughout the sock for maximum comfort
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Cotton for softness, nylon for durability equals comfort without bulk. I have Pine and Gray--love these stripes. Even the light, 15-20 mmHg, compression has reduced my ankle swelling--I can buckle ankle straps again! Please make more styles in this nice supportive fabric.
I love these compression stockings. They are absolutely the most comfortable stockings that I’ve found. They wash well, and maintain their color. They do not hurt my legs, but keep my knees from swelling and my legs from cramping. Without them, I could never complete a 12 hour shift!
These socks are great. This pair is my favorite. They go higher than the other ones so no slipping; I like the material, and the design means the compression is slightly better. Vim&vigr has made compression socks a fashion statement! How fun. I wear these with cropped pants; why not show them off? They make me smile AND feel great. Cotton is my favorite, but with all kinds, better to size up because they do shrink over time.
The stitched design means that the socks form a very tight band right below where the sock comes up to your knees. I’m afraid to wear them because they seem like they’re cutting off my circulation there
I’m embarrassed to say I own more than I should. But it doesn’t matter because I love them!
I’m in between sizes, and the first pair I ordered based on my measurements was too snug in the calf and too big in the foot. So I exchanged them for the smaller size in the wide calf. They are perfect! Walking is much more comfortable now and my legs don’t swell up the way they did without support. I love the colors too. The only comment I have is about the horizontal stripe with the feather design: the yarn, or the stitch, isn’t as stretchy as the rest of the sock material, so it makes a shallow crease in my calf. It’s mild and no a big problem, but something to consider when design the patterns.