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The newest arrivals from the Comrad compression sock collection
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Recovery Knee High Compression Socks


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Frequently Asked Questions

Which compression socks are best for me?

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How do I measure for a perfect fit?

We recommend measuring for compression socks when your legs are not swollen. For most people, this means that the early morning, after you first get out of bed, is the best time to take measurements. Learn more

Can you wear compression socks all day?

Here's the short answer—yes. For most people, it's safe to wear compression socks throughout the day. As long as you wear compression socks properly, without allowing them to bunch or fold, they're safe and beneficial. Learn more

What's the difference between TED and compression socks?

The main difference between TED hosiery and other compression garments has to do with the way they apply pressure to the leg. Compression socks, especially graduated compression socks, push blood and waste fluid from the feet towards the heart. 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. On the other hand, graduated compression garments offer gradient pressure. By providing a range of pressure, with more pressure closer to the feet and less pressure closer to the knees, graduated compression socks assist the veins as they pump deoxygenated blood and waste fluids to the heart. Learn more