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Compression Socks for Flying & Travel

🦶Increase circulation
🤗Prevents swelling & soreness during travel
💐SmartSilver™ ions keep feet fresh
🛩More energy at your destination
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Compression

  • 10-15 mmHg
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  • 20-30 mmHg
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Knee-High Compression Socks
3-Pack Ombre

$86 $0.00 Save 10%

Knee-High Compression Socks
3-Pack Solids

$76 $0.00 Save 10%

Recycled Cotton Compression Socks
3-Pack

$86 $0.00 Save 10%

Knee-High Compression Socks
3-Pack Stripes

$76 $0.00 Save 10%

Knee-High Compression Socks
Stripes

$28

Knee-High Compression Socks
Solid

$28

Knee-High Compression Socks
Ombre

$32

Recycled Cotton Compression Socks

$32

Recycled Cotton Compression Socks
Limited

$32

Knee-High Compression Socks
Tie Dye Limited

$32

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are your socks safe to wear?

Yes. Our socks are safe to wear. We utilize a level of compression that provides health benefits, yet is not considered a medical product.

How long can I wear my socks?

You can wear compression socks all day, every day. They're intended to be worn for long periods of time—whether you're working a night shift, traveling around the world in an airplane, or sitting at a desk all day. Just be sure to remove your compression socks when you're ready to sleep! Learn more

Can I sleep with my socks on?

You can wear compression socks all day, every day. They're intended to be worn for long periods of time—whether you're working a night shift, traveling around the world in an airplane, or sitting at a desk all day. Just be sure to remove your compression socks when you're ready to sleep! Learn more

Is it good to wear compressions socks on a flight?

Flight socks are good to wear on your way to your next location. Especially important to wear on long flights, they keep your leg circulation going the way it should be. Whether you’re sleeping, reading, or watching a movie, they’re good for your legs. Learn more

What level of compression do I need for flying?

All compression socks, whether you buy them in an airport kiosk or online, should be labeled with a compression level in millimeters of mercury (mmHg). The higher the mmHg level, the more pressure you'll feel applied to your leg. Graduated compression socks, the style recommended by most medical professionals for long-haul flights, should always include a label with a pressure range. Learn more