Graduated compression socks can be a complete game changer for your circulation. If your legs are often tired and heavy, or even swollen, compression socks could help. Graduated compression hose work by compressing most tightly at the ankle and gradually loosening through the leg to guide blood up and through the calf. Compression socks are worn by athletes, workers, doctors, and everyone in between!
With Vim & Vigr you get all the benefits of graduated compression therapy made with four functional fabrics, three different compression levels (mmHg) and compression socks available in six sizes. Whether you’re at work or working out, you can look and feel great in these knee-high men's compression socks.
Compression Socks For Men
These are not your typical compression stockings, all of our socks come in a moderate compression level of 15–20 mmHg which is perfect for all-day, everyday wear. All styles are available in a Wide Calf option and select styles are available in the 20-30 mmHg and 30-40 mmHg.
On top of offering a variety of compression garments, we offer our compression socks for men in a variety of dynamic and breathable fabrics so you can figure out what is most comfortable for you day to day! Our compression socks come in cotton, merino wool, nylon, and moisture wick nylon.
Finding your perfect men's compression sock will take some trial and error. Luckily, we have a 100% satisfaction guarantee and allow free returns if the compression sock you get isn’t perfect. When choosing a compression sock or stocking, we recommend looking at your lifestyle and health needs, and considering a high quality compression sock if your needs are medical.
Top Health Benefits of Compression Socks for Men
Compression socks are rapidly growing in popularity as an excellent way to treat a variety of health issues below the knee, and they can benefit the whole body in the process. Whether it is issues such as spider veins or poor circulation, or the result of serious medical conditions such as vein diseases, compression socks are an excellent way to help treat these conditions.
All of our socks are designed with a Gradient Knitting Technology to help increase circulation in the legs by offering a moderate compression level of 15-30 mmHg or 20-30 mmHg. These compression socks are perfect for everyday wear and are especially designed for men. They are available in plain black as well as a variety of colors and patterns.
How Compression Works
Unlike regular socks, knee-high compression socks are made of a specific weave of strong, elastic material. Compression socks are designed to fit tightly around the ankle and then to fit gradually less tight as the sock moves up toward the knee, while still offering a level of compression.
Compression socks are highly recommended as a natural way to limit pressure inside the veins, reducing the symptoms of many vein issues and diseases. Compression therapy can accomplish anything from dealing with varicose veins and spider veins, to slowing the progression of serious vein diseases. While compression alone often doesn’t fix the underlying vein issue, they are one of the highest recommended steps to treating a multitude of vein problems and alleviating the symptoms.
Six Top Benefits of Wearing Compression Socks
Improve blood flow in the veins
Relieves minor to moderate swelling in the legs
Prevent blood within the veins from pooling
Lessen the risk of blood clots and the risk of potential embolisms
Helps to treat moderate to severe varicose veins
Help improve the symptoms of many vein diseases
Our high-quality compression socks and compression sleeves come in a wide variety of materials and styles and feature options that are meant to meet specific needs. Here are just a few examples of the various fabrics and types of the highest quality of men’s compression socks:
Cotton. Our cotton compression socks are made from a 200-needle count fabric that features a multi-dimensional weave that provides the highest level of breathability and flexibility. Our Cotton compression socks are unisex and available in 15-20 mmHg, 20-30 mmHg, and 30-40 mmHg.
Nylon. Our unisex Nylon compression socks has an impressive 400-needle count fabric with our signature multi-dimensional weave that allows for extreme comfort. Nylon is available in 15-20 mmHg, 20-30 mmHg, and 30-40 mmHg, and is a great alternative for men looking for sport compression socks, or compression sleeves.
Wool. Our Wool compression socks utilize incredibly soft, warm wool fabric with our signature multi-dimensional weave that provides extreme breathability. Merino Wool is unisex and available in 15-20 mmHg and 20-30 mmHg.
Moisture-Wicking Nylon. Our Moisture-wick Nylon compression socks still use our 400-needle count, multi-dimensional weave, while offering the highest level of moisture-wick technology available, making them perfect for physical activity. Our Moisture Wick Nylon is available in 15-20 mmHg, 20-30 mmHg, and 30-40 mmHg.
Medical-Grade, knee high Compression. This line of compression socks are designed to offer a compression level that is made for those who seek a firmer level of compression. Medical-grade compression socks have a compression level of 20-30 mmHg. This is defined as medical class 1 of compression and means that the amount of compression will be above 20 mmHg and will never exceed 30 mmHg.
Wide Calf. Most individuals with wide calves experience discomfort with regular men's compression socks, which inspired us to create our unisex wide calf compression socks.
All of our styles are available in our Wide Calf Collection. These compression socks are designed to fit someone with calves ranging from 17” to 21” in circumference, while still offering breathable comfort all day.
We pride ourselves in offering the highest quality of fabrics and the best possible compression available. We also ensure we offer compression socks for every need, including medical-grade compression and a variety of styles available for people who have wider calves. Feel free to check out our various lines and styles of compression socks. Our team is standing by if you have any questions!
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