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The Ombré Collection

Dip-dyed compression socks built for all-day energy and comfort.


  • Knee-High
  • Crew
  • Ankle
  • Tab
  • No Show
  • Sleeve


  • Small
  • Medium
  • Medium Wide Calf
  • Large
  • Large Wide Calf
  • Extra Large


  • 10-15 mmHg
  • 15-20 mmHg
  • 20-30 mmHg
  • Targeted


  • Cotton
  • Recycled Cotton
  • Cozy
  • CloudCotton
  • Moisture-wicking
  • Wool

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Knee-High Compression Socks


Knee-High Compression Socks
3-Pack Ombre

$81.99 $0.00 Save 15%

Knee-High Compression Socks


Knee-High Compression Socks
3-Pack Ombre

$81.99 $0.00 Save 15%

Knee-High Compression Socks
Ombre (20-30 mmHg)


Knee-High Compression Socks
Double-Dip Ombre


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Frequently Asked Questions

What are compression socks used for?

With the regular use of compression socks, preventative care comes with a side of general comfort in your day-to-day life. In addition to the advantages provided during strenuous activity, compression socks help speed up your recovery. 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 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

Do you have to have a medical condition to get benefits from 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?

How often should I replace my compression socks?

Most manufacturers recommend replacing your compression socks every 3-4 months. We recommend replacing your socks every 50 wears or washes. Learn more