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Compression Socks for All-Day Comfort

Increase Energy, Prevent Swelling, Daily Support.
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    Ankle Compression Socks

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    Ankle Compression Socks


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are compression socks used for?

    People wear compression socks for comfort, to improve athletic performance, recovery, and to help prevent medical conditions. With daily wear of compression socks, you can keep your legs and feet energized and prevent swelling and pain, varicose and spider veins, and other circulatory problems like blood clots. Learn more

    How do they work?

    Simply, they improve your blood flow. Compression socks are snug-fitting, stretchy socks that gently squeeze your legs. This pressure is gradient; tighter around the ankle and gets looser as they move up your leg. This design prevents blood from pooling in your foot (swelling) and increases the flow of oxygenated blood back to your heart .Learn more

    Are these socks supposed to feel tight?

    Yes, they should feel like a really comfortable hug (we call it 'the squeeze') but you shouldn't feel pain or discomfort. It may take a week for your legs to adjust and you may feel a throbbing sensation (that mean's they're working). It's important to find a compression level that addresses your health goals while minimizing discomfort. Learn more

    What is the difference between graduated compression and regular compression?

    Uniform or regular compression socks maintain the same mmHg throughout the length of the sock. This is what you experience in your standard athletic sock or yoga pant. Graduated compression socks offer gradient pressure which provides more pressure closer to the feet and less pressure as the sock moves up the leg to the knee. Athletes and physicians have used graduated compression socks for over 50 years as a proven method to increase circulation for various medical conditions, recovery, and performance. Learn more

    Who should wear compression socks?

    If you’re like many people, you probably think compression socks are for the elderly, diabetics, or someone who recently had surgery. But did you know almost anyone can benefit from wearing compression socks? Learn more