Best Compress Socks for the Money
Posted by Joe B. on 13th Apr 2014
I've worn these graduated compression socks for over a year due to varicose veins. They were so very helpful before I had surgery for the varicose veins and I continue to wear them now. They are easily washed in the washer (I've never dried them in a drier) using a mild detergent. They are comfortable, durable, and well-made. I recommend them without hesitation! You won't be disappointed!
good first impression
Posted by Unknown on 14th Dec 2013
I bought this when it was on sale.
I tried them on and they were comfy, not too tight.
I will wear them next time I take a long flight. Then I will find out how they'd work for me.
I may change 4 stars to 5 later.
Have more bounce to my walk
Posted by Linda Westmoreland on 31st Jan 2013
The socks certainly give support to my skinny calve. They also have a big enough toe area to accommodate any toe covers. They are very well made. I do have difficulty pulling them on, I end up breaking my brittle nails. I need to use them for longer periods to make sure they don't cause circulation problems.
Posted by EG on 6th Dec 2012
I love these socks and they help my legs and feet to feel so much better. I first purchased them at a local shoe store and when the first pair wore out went back to the store but sadly they don't carry them anymore. Their loss! I ordered them on line and they arrived in a couple of days. Great service. Thanks!
Posted by Unknown on 24th Oct 2012
Very comfortable, excellent compression. It would be nice if the women's socks came in navy and brown or if the men's socks in those colors came in small
Most comfortable Compression socks
Posted by Unknown on 16th Oct 2012
I've tried a number of compression socks/knee highs. These socks don't sag after wearing them hours. I like the fact there is room for my toes.
I have tried many brands and these are great.
low compression with life
Posted by G Squared on 11th Sep 2012
The socks are a low level compression, comfortable over the calf fit. They are true to size and have a long wear period without losing their usefulness in the 'stretch'. The copper weave does help with foot oder often found with latex socks that do not breath. They are good looking with a suit and wear well during sports. I had cellulitus from a botched surgery and these have helped in the recovery of skin tone.
Cu Compression socks deliver a dress sock that works
Posted by Unknown on 28th Aug 2012
I have purchased numerous pairs of these compression socks over the years as I suffer from leg swelling and need the compression to keep teh swelling to manageable levels, especially when working where I can not get the exercise I should do. The socks work very well, stand up well to repeated and hard use. And they look good, indistinguishable from a dress sock. They also stay up for the most part. I did find however you do have to be careful with the size. I am pretty average, size 11 foot and 5'10", the large sock when rolled over my calf will pinch behind the knee, so I have reverted to the medium size. The only suggestion for improvement would be to have the length more manageable for those of us that do not have huge calves or overweight legs. My suggestions for readers is if you are like me, try a pair of both sizes. For traveling, by the way, these socks are superb for both lengthy car and air trips.