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- 80% Nylon/ 20% Spandex
- Graduated moderate compression
- Helps prevent edema and varicose veins
- Great for aiding plantar fasciitis
- Avoid leg fatigue and aches
- "Stay up" power with extended toe construction
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The newly released re-design of Sugar Free Sox compression socks includes a microfiber fabric is soft to the touch, has great durabliity and with stay up power. The refined extended toe area is smoother and sleeker while keeping your toes free from the compression. Feel your legs being stimulated as soon as you put these socks on. Sugar Free Sox incorporates department store fashion with the health world benefits like no other and at a very competitive price for a high quality product. Ideal for travel, varicose veins, jobs that require long periods of standing, plantar fasciitis.15-20 mmHg compression, Over the calf length, Fits Ladies Shoe Sizes 4-10. MADE IN USA
- Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B002SGW8FY
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 11, 2009
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
- Gives good compression.
- Easy to wear.
- Has relaxed toes, which makes it VERY comfy.
- If your calf is less than 13" in circumference like mine, it feels ~10 mmHg, not 20.
- The length is shorter than it looks on the photo. About 13.5" from the floor, which comes only to mid calf on my leg.
I only wish that I would have bought these months sooner when two doctors suggested them after finding no serious reason (blood clots) for my swollen ankles. Just old age taking another bite.
I love the socks and they were delivered very quickly from the Seller who will soon have more business from me.
1) they run larger! they were waaay too big for me! (my regular shoes size is 7.5-8). There were too much empty space around my toes and my heel. Think about wearing XL guys socks...
2) the material around toes and heel areas were too thin - you can see through it and it probably will not last long.
3) I didn't feel compression at all. I assume because those socks were way too big for me.
As for the side note, the original price for the pair listed as $59. These socks made in Turkey, there is no way they ever would cost that much! I've been in that country and saw their products, so their prices are always low compare to US market. I understand shipping might be expensive, but still...
Returned this pair and ordered another pair (different brand).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fast shipping! Exactly as described! Great quality ,better than expected ! Thank you !Published 2 days ago by nancy
These are great compression socks! Fits as expected and my legs feel supported in them.Published 3 days ago by CB
I like the compression in the feet and ankles but they are too tight at the knee. The compression is the same throughout the sock and not graduated toward the knee (should be less... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Adrienne
Pulling them on pulled muscle in my neck. That gives you an idea of what " too small" meant.Published 6 days ago by cassie
Brought them in anticipation of a 14 hour flight. The sock fit is snug but comfortable. My feet got a little warm, but not sweaty. Read morePublished 11 days ago by ssweet_texas
These really are great. I work nights am on my feet for hours and have no swelling or pain in the mornings.Published 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
Although the amount of compression is listed as "moderate," the sock was too difficult for my elderly mother to put on herself. Read morePublished 22 days ago by A. Cherkinian