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- ASIN: B0067G6PO6
- Item model number: MCS6-1
- Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (470 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,533 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
|Price:||$1.69 - $22.99|
- Enhances circulation
- Soothes tired, aching legs & feet
- Relieves symptoms of Vericose Veins
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Top Customer Reviews
Although I wear a size 9 woman's shoe, I have wide calves so decided to go with the large size. The foot is indeed bigger than I need but the calf is wonderful. It comes up to my knee and doesn't slip down. My legs and feet feel better while wearing these and don't swell anywhere near as much. I will buy another pair. Highly recommended.
4-27-2012 I now own 7 pair of the Miracle Socks. I wear them every day. My legs are no longer swollen. I can't say enough good things about these socks. By the way, you can get the socks at most discount department stores and save a lot of money.
1) these socks are made of 92% nylon and 8% Lycra (and a unisex sock) and even though it is a solid material it feels like they may snag if you wear shoes that aren't completely smooth on the inside. Tennis shoes are the worst for snagging dress socks, so I wore ankle socks over my miracle socks to prevent snagging.
2) after wearing for about 20 minutes at work my LEGS felt much better but my feet were starting to tingle probably from the circulation the socks were causing. So I did an experiment and took one sock off and compared the two and the result was: the LEG WITH the miracle sock felt good but my FOOT was going numb and the LEG WITHOUT the miracle sock felt like crap all over. My leg was aching, my foot was hurting and so it stands to reason that the miracle socks DO help with aching legs but now the feet are the problem. Just a note; the shoes I was wearing during that experiment were sketchers sport tennis shoes. I have since then switched to crocs.
I do wear crocs (mercy clog) to work now which are the best shoe I've worn yet to work (see seperate review on those). So I am wearing a good shoe to work and have ruled out the shoe as a problem.Read more ›
The manufacturer never even mentioned the compression measured in mmHG (milimeter of mercury) that these socks provide...maybe because they didn't want people to know that it is just same as a new pair of dress socks. Isn't that deceptive?
If you want to get the real compression socks, just skip this pair of miracle socks and search for compression socks with the measure of compression clearly listed on the box (such as 15-20 mmHG, 20-30 mmHG and etc).
The down sides:
A) I wear a size 8 and ordered the medium size sock (fits size 7-9); the foot area is much too large! The heel area ends up above my ankles! After being worn once they are stretched out a bit and need to be washed to return to normal.
B) since purchasing these socks from the official site I have started to receive telemarketing calls. It may or may not be related, but it seems odd that I would go from no telemarketing calls, to receiving calls after ordering these. (You need to give the site your phone number because they call you to update you about your order.)
Overall the socks get 4 stars (I am not going to take stars away from the product because of how the company may or may not be running its business).
EDIT April 29, 2012:
I just got around to trying the 1 oz tubes of Miracle Foot Repair that were included with my socks (one tube per pair of socks). I have to admit that this is the BEST lotion for dry/cracked skin (not just feet) that I have tried in the past.... 14 years? I will probably buy more of this lotion, from Amazon, in the future.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These offer moderate support, not exactly a miracle but if you wash and hang to air dry, they will last or hold up longer. Read morePublished 10 days ago by P. White
Well not a big miracle but they do help with poor blood circulation in legs.
This is a hit and miss and you might or might not like them. Read more
My husband likes these and have found good use for them. They do work well at keeping the foot swelling at bay. Worth purchasing for the cost. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer