Cotton medical-grade 20-30 mmHg: Montana Plaid Heathered Grey (Cotton) Compression Socks for men & women
20-30 mmHg: Montana Plaid (Cotton)
Cotton medical-grade 20-30 mmHg: Montana Plaid Heathered Grey (Cotton) Compression Socks for men & women
Cotton medical-grade 20-30 mmHg: Montana Plaid Heathered Grey (Cotton) Compression Socks for men & women
men sitting wearing Cotton medical-grade 20-30 mmHg: Montana Plaid Heathered Grey (Cotton) Compression Socks for men & women

20-30 mmHg: Montana Plaid (Cotton)

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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. 


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. 


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

Made with premium cotton and 200-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 a lower compression level of 15-20 mmHg.

    Compression level: 20-30 mmHg

    Material: 48% Cotton, 42% Nylon, 10% Spandex (Latex-free)

    Designed in Missoula, MT. Made in Taiwan.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 41 reviews
    Second pair

    These are the second pair of socks I bought, the first time directly from the store. They were so cute on the website and are just as cute in person. The fit is good, considering I have wide calves. I don’t considerably struggle with putting them on. The compression makes my legs feel great!

    Kim Algarin
    Love these!

    This sock fits perfectly!

    Chris LoSordo
    Excellent Socks

    My wife loves these socks. Fit is prefect. Good thickness.

    Lynnea Edin
    Favourite sock I've tried by a long shot! Dysautonomia approved, minimal sweating and max comfort.

    Short answer: AMAZING, worth the cost/special laundering requirements, and far better than any cheap pure synthetic alternative. They are the closest thing to a "normal," non-compression sock experience that I have found yet. (See: comfortable, and unobtrusive!)

    Long answer: Was nervous about the premium price (+ shipping to CA) but they are 100% worth it. They fit well around the upper foot, like a normal sock!! (Unlike many other compression socks I have tried, which are either toeless or have a weird loose bag of fabric around the toe area). The toe seam is minimal and does not bother me. With my other nylon compression socks, they are too thin to wear alone with my work boots (I work retail shifts on my feet) and tend to chafe/stretch out quickly with use. I usually have to wear an extra pair of regular socks over top the compression socks as padding. This is a very warm and oftentimes sweaty solution. I DO NOT have to do that with these socks! The material is thicker than normal nylon compression socks and the construction feels considerably sturdier. I can wear them without that extra sock layer for work shifts and they work great. They feel very supportive, *and* the top of the sock doesn't dig into my calves or itch after a long day like other socks do. I will sometimes wear compression socks to bed to help with dysautonomic symptoms, and they are WAY more comfortable to wear to bed than any other synthetic sock I've tried. I feel the merino socks can get warm under the covers, so they are a good winter pick but if you run hot/can't give up sleeping with blankets (ahem...), I suspect the cotton socks would be more apropos. The look of the sock is also a plus, of course. They look entirely normal, perhaps even.. fashionable?? This is unprecedented for 20-30mmhg socks (which most often come in boring black, glaring neon colours, or odd mismatched striped patterns). My only wish is that I had bought more than two pairs! They are definitely an expensive investment, but I have a feeling that these will last for a good while if rotated out and washed correctly.

    I don't have the ability to measure the actual compression of these socks against the claim of 20-30mmhg, but based on my experience with other socks, this is probably accurate. I find that these also stretch out less (especially the foot area!) with repeated wear than other socks, but being that they're thicker and partly composed of wool, they do need to be washed more often and with more care in order to maintain good compression and hygiene. I don't find this to be too much of a hassle. I will usually rinse them by hand in cold water (no detergent) before sending them through a DELICATE wash cycle on the coldest settings with a small amount of a dedicated wool detergent. I will machine dry part-way on the gentlest setting before laying flat overnight. As to be expected, they do have that distinct merino wool smell when still damp after laundering, but I haven't noticed it when dry or in daily use. (Actually, my feet smell less at the end of the day when wearing merino wool than other fibres!)

    I wish that VIM&VIGR offered thigh and waist high options, as those markets are badly lacking in comfy breathable options! However, these get the job done for my needs (mild-moderate dysautonomic symptoms, suspected POTS but not diagnosed) and are absolutely my first pick. If I had infinite money, I would own, like, 28 pairs of these socks and wear them around the clock.

    Eileen Lynch
    Cotton Compression socks

    These cotton compression socks are the most comfortable I've ever tried plus the only ones I've tried that fit toes well! The toe box on others I've tried are too big, not firm fitting and uncomfortable . I will only be buying these from now on

    Cindy Jobb
    Montana Plaid 20-30

    These are great sock. I bought them to help with cancer treatment related edema. They are comfortable, and warm. Most importantly they lessen my edema. Thanks for offering such a quality product.

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