Medical-grade 20-30 mmHg: Solid Black (Moisture-wick Nylon) compression socks
20-30 mmHg: Solid (Moisture-wick Nylon)
Medical-grade 20-30 mmHg: Solid Black (Moisture-wick Nylon) compression socks
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Medical-grade 20-30 mmHg: Solid Black (Moisture-wick Nylon) compression socks
Medical-grade 20-30 mmHg: Solid Cashew (Moisture-wick Nylon) compression socks
20-30 mmHg: Solid (Moisture-wick Nylon)
Medical-grade 20-30 mmHg: Solid Cashew (Moisture-wick Nylon) compression socks
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20-30 mmHg: Solid (Moisture-wick Nylon)

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Made with high-quality fabrics and 400-needle count for flexibility and comfort. Our socks offer moderate-firm compression (20-30 mmHg). 20-30 mmHg is considered medical-grade compression and generally recommended or prescribed by your doctor. This design also comes in the 15-20 mmHg & 30-40 mmHg compression levels.

    Compression level: 20-30 mmHg

    Material: 83% Moisture-wick Nylon, 17% Nylon (Latex-free)

    Designed in Missoula, MT. Made in Taiwan.

    LISTED WITH THE FDA

    We’re confident in the quality of our work — and we want to assure you of it, too. That’s why VIM & VIGR products are listed with the Food and Drug Administration. 

    PROVEN IN PARTNERSHIP

    Designing true medical compression takes dedication and feedback from a broad group of medical professionals. VIM & VIGR compression legwear was developed in partnership with vascular surgeons and vein clinics. 

    TESTED & TRUE

    Our quality assurance process ensures that we only ship out products that meet our standard for everyday and medical-grade compression. We measure, stretch, inspect, test - and then we guarantee 100% satisfaction

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 45 reviews
    84%
    (38)
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    K
    Kathryn Ann Lambert
    Compression stockings

    I’ve tried two other companies and the fit wasn’t right; they went over my knees and cut circulation. This is the first pair that fits well and your pricing is great.your sizing recommendations are accurate and I didn’t have to do a lot of measuring.

    J
    Jerome Berghoff
    Good quality product!

    Compression is excellent! Thank you!!!

    B
    Beth
    Daily socks

    I wear these socks almost daily and they are great. Not too thick or thin and the color lasts through washings.

    S
    Sage Parks
    Easy & Breathable

    I work in the service industry so wearing compression that looks professional is a must & I love that these BREATHE! A dream working summer shifts on the patio. Compression is appropriate & keeps my ankle from swelling after a long shift. I also find these nylons to be thicker than other brands but easier to put on. Glad I found this brand & so glad they have higher compression options as well.

    S
    S.A.
    Options

    I would love to see these in different pattern styles or color options please!

    S
    S.A.
    Would recommend

    This was my first pair of compression socks (ever) after experiencing multiple pulmonary embolisms (blood clots) in my lungs from birth control. After coming off blood thinners, my PCP recommended 15-30 compression socks from this company. When I received these, at first I thought "holy crap these are tight!" when putting them on my arm as instructed when you put them on. They are a bit tight putting them on, but surprisingly they are VERY comfortable wearing all day even though they feel tight putting them on. I wear them for about an 8 hour work day and take them off when I get home (also recommended by my PCP). I do notice when I wear them longer, they do start to bother me so wearing them for a work day seems ideal. I will say though, I've hand washed and air dried them twice and they do seem a little warn down already, but hopefully they will last a long time. I did purchase 2 more pairs to alternate between wears. Also wearing these during the summer doesn't seem bad and they don't fall or roll down.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 45 reviews
    84%
    (38)
    9%
    (4)
    4%
    (2)
    0%
    (0)
    2%
    (1)
    K
    Kathryn Ann Lambert
    Compression stockings

    I’ve tried two other companies and the fit wasn’t right; they went over my knees and cut circulation. This is the first pair that fits well and your pricing is great.your sizing recommendations are accurate and I didn’t have to do a lot of measuring.

    J
    Jerome Berghoff
    Good quality product!

    Compression is excellent! Thank you!!!

    B
    Beth
    Daily socks

    I wear these socks almost daily and they are great. Not too thick or thin and the color lasts through washings.

    S
    Sage Parks
    Easy & Breathable

    I work in the service industry so wearing compression that looks professional is a must & I love that these BREATHE! A dream working summer shifts on the patio. Compression is appropriate & keeps my ankle from swelling after a long shift. I also find these nylons to be thicker than other brands but easier to put on. Glad I found this brand & so glad they have higher compression options as well.

    S
    S.A.
    Options

    I would love to see these in different pattern styles or color options please!

    S
    S.A.
    Would recommend

    This was my first pair of compression socks (ever) after experiencing multiple pulmonary embolisms (blood clots) in my lungs from birth control. After coming off blood thinners, my PCP recommended 15-30 compression socks from this company. When I received these, at first I thought "holy crap these are tight!" when putting them on my arm as instructed when you put them on. They are a bit tight putting them on, but surprisingly they are VERY comfortable wearing all day even though they feel tight putting them on. I wear them for about an 8 hour work day and take them off when I get home (also recommended by my PCP). I do notice when I wear them longer, they do start to bother me so wearing them for a work day seems ideal. I will say though, I've hand washed and air dried them twice and they do seem a little warn down already, but hopefully they will last a long time. I did purchase 2 more pairs to alternate between wears. Also wearing these during the summer doesn't seem bad and they don't fall or roll down.