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- IMPROVED BLOOD CIRCULATION WITH 20-30 MMHG GRADUATED COMPRESSION – The 20 - 30 mmHG graduated compression stimulates blood flow and improves oxygen delivery to your muscles. These socks help prevent cramping, fatigue, swelling, muscle recovery, spider veins, varicose veins and injury prevention. Suitable for diabetics and dvt patients.
- FUN DESIGNS, QUALITY CONSTRUCTION & COMFORT – Our socks are colorful and fun to wear! So too are they comfortable and durable! The toe and heel portion are reinforced for added support and comfort.
- ANTI-FUNGAL & ANTI-ODOR - The materials are breathable and wicks moisture away. The anti-fungal material stops the growth of bacteria, deodorizes and keeps you dry even with longer use.
- IDEAL FOR SPORTS & DAILY WEAR - These socks are perfect for runners, athletes, fitness workouts, gym, hiking, tennis, cycling, office workers, airplane travelers, skiing, cross fit or anyone (e.g. doctors and nurses) who are on their feet all day!
- GREAT AS GIFTS - These make perfect gifts for your family, friends and loved ones. Gifts that are not just functional but also beneficial to their health! (Special Reminder: Please refer to the size chart in the images of the listing before ordering).
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LOOKING FOR THE BEST COMPRESSION SOCKS EVER!!!
INTRODUCING THE NEW EASYWEAR SERIES OF COMPRESSION SOCKS from A-Swift! Continuing the good tradition …. :)
- Do you spend all day on your feet, and the result is swollen ankles and fatigue?
-Suffer from Aching and Heavy feeling in Legs, Foot Pain, Shin Splints, Varicose Veins, or Plantar Fasciitis?
-Want to prevent blood clots, especially after surgery or prevent injury when inactive?
A-SWIFT'S EASYWEAR SOCKS COMES TO THE RESCUE!
-INSTANT RESULTS, Graduated Compression increases blood circulation which provides increased performance and faster recovery
-WONT SLIP DOWN LEGS, like other cheap Kinesiology tapes
-MOISTURE WICKING MATERIAL, designed breathability, sore muscles relief, reduce inflammation, and workout recovery
-PERFECT SOCKS FOR Nurses, Athletes, anyone looking for lower leg stamina and recovery!
-VERSATILE PERFORMANCE, For women and men, nurses and doctors, athletes and runners. Anyone on their feet all day
-ENHANCE PERFORMANCE, rehabilitate, supporting muscles for sporting events. The ultimate Results & recovery formula
-QUALITY, A blend of nylon fabric that will fight bacteria and moisture for maximum comfort.
HOW TO WEAR THE EASYWEAR COMPRESSION SOCKS?
- Please refer to above diagram.
- Please remove your rings or any jewellery on your fingers before you start putting on the stockings. You are suggested to wear rubber if you have long nails.
- Hold the top of the stocking with one hand. Then with your other hand, reach inside the stocking and push your arm all the way in until you reach the end and can grab the toe.
- When you have a firm grip on the toe, pull your hand back up through the stocking, turning it inside out, but leaving the tips of your fingers in the toe of the stocking.
- Put your toes into the toe of the stocking, and gently roll and slide it back over your heel. Then use your finger tips or palms to slowly roll and slide the stocking all the way up your leg.
- Be careful not to grab and pull at the top of the stocking, because that can cause it to rip or tear.
- Shipping Information: View shipping rates and policies
- ASIN: B01MRZNO71
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 21, 2016
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First things first -- These are 20-30mmHg strength compression, which places them in the "therapeutic" level (8-15 is considered "mild compression," 15-20 is "moderate," and anything above that gets into therapeutic territory). Do not expect these to feel like the "support knee highs" you can get at the drug store.
I was prescribed 20-30mmHg for chronic venous insufficiency, and based on my 3 yrs experience wearing compression socks every.single.day, I'd say these are right on target in terms of stated strength. They will likely feel VERY tight if you're not used to them, and will likely be a little tricky to get on the first few times you wear them. Just follow the instructions above (slide the sock up your arm, fold the top over the sock so that the fold is just above the heel. KEEP TRACK OF WHERE THE HEEL IS so that you can get it placed properly. And make sure you don't leave any creases/folds in the sock -- smooth it out or you'll get a pressure line/mark. I speak from painful experience here. Once on, they should be fine.
Sizing -- I'm a larger female (nearly 5'10" tall, size 11 shoes, calves are 18.5"-19") -- I ordered the L/XL, and they fit fine. I think if my calves were any larger, there would be a problem, but as it is, these are fine. The length works, too -- which means they may be a little long for someone who's, say, 5'3" tall.
Fabric -- these are definitely heavier than my usual compression knee-highs, which works in the winter but may be a little too heavy for summer wear. I'm planning to purchase 2-3 more pairs to take on a cruise through the North Atlantic (Greenland, Iceland, Norway) this summer and I think they'll be fine for that. I wash mine by hand in cool water with Woolite, so I haven't noticed any shrinkage at all.
Bottom line: much better than I expected. Fit may be an issue for shorter folks, but for those over, say, 5'6", they may be fine. The L/XL works fine for someone who's tall with big feet and 19" calves.
The fit is a little big on me, as they come just slightly above the knee, but I just fold then down a bit and it works out nicely. They provide great compression if you are an athlete. Enough so that they aid in active recovery and make your workouts comfortable, but not to the point that its practically cutting off the circulation either like some brands out there. Durability has yet to be an issue thus far, which is whats most impressive about these. Mine have endured numerous rope climbs and lots of other situations of just flat out abuse and they are none worse for the wear after washed.
I also like the fact that they come in a number of "fun" colors and patters. I personally enjoy showing up to a decidedly alpha male activity like CrossFit rocking pink polka dots or something similar to screw with peoples heads. Dollar for dollar, these are a great value for compression socks. Do I own some that are better? Yup, I sure do, but they come from specialty athletic brands and are in a much higher price range. If you are on a budget these will do the job in splendid fashion and not break the bank.