You could settle for the plain white, black and beige medical compression socks at the drug store but why should you? Compression socks can be cute. These striped compression socks are perfect for Fall. The colorful stripes work for men for women and come in sizes to fit everyone with 20-30 mmHg.
What are compression socks and what are the benefits? These graduated compression socks provide more pressure at your ankle that decreases toward your knee. This helps boost circulation of freshly oxygenated blood. Compression socks are helpful for so many things including:
- reducing swelling
- alleviating achiness & heaviness
- helping to manage orthostatic hypotension or low blood pressure when you stand up after a period of sitting down
- can help prevent deep bein thrombosis or blood clots in the legs
- can help reduce pain from varicose veins
These benefits apply to just about anyone but especially people who have circulation issues, stand a lot on the job and need some relief or are traveling by plane or car and and won't have a chance to move around.
These Brook Stripe Compression socks provide 20-30 mmHg. What does that mean? It is the level of compression or "squeeze" the socks provide. 20-30 mmHg is more "medical grade" compression level is often recommendation by a healthcare provider. It is commonly used for moderate edema, lymphedema, Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), and moderate spider and varicose veins.
Looking for socks with a little less support? See these striped compression socks with 15-20mmHg HERE.
Not sure what level of compression is right for you? Click HERE to learn more.
What makes these socks different?
Vim & Vigr socks are made with such focus on quality and design. They take a lot of pride in their product and it shows.
What I like about these socks
These socks are cute enough to get those who need but don't want to wear compression socks to wear them!
These socks are Latex-Free 48% Cotton, 42% Nylon, 10% Spandex and are available in 4 sizes for the best fit.
Choose your size from the chart below.