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The Herringbone Pattern Compression Socks by Touch are the updated, stylish, supportive compression socks you've been looking to add to your wardrobe. The classic Herringbone design will be perfect for a day in the office or a formal event. The rich, dark color is modern and professional and they are so comfortable, you will want to wear them all day long. The 20-30 mmHg graduated compression will keep your legs energized by promoting healthy circulation and preventing swelling. They effectively conceal leg blemishes and prevent symptoms caused by conditions such as diabetes, varicose veins, skin ulcers and deep vein thrombosis. These firm, yet flexible, compression socks for men will contour and massage your feet, ankles and calves all day and provide the relief you need.
This particular pair of men's compression socks offers 20-30 mmHg (a common measurement of pressure). The graduated compression is highest in the ankle and decreases up the leg. The classic Herringbone pattern will fit seamlessly into your wardrobe and you will love wearing this smooth blend of combed cotton and nylon. During the production process, the combed cotton is purified of any imperfections or short threads and a knit-in heel is inserted for added durability. Putting on these soft, high-quality compression socks in the morning will be the best part of your day and your legs will get the support and relief that they need.
Herringbone Compression Socks 20-30 mmHg Features and Benefits
- Energize Legs and Promote Healthy Circulation
- Professional Pattern and Color
- Firm, Yet Flexible, Compression
- Prevents Swelling
- Soft, Smooth, Combed Cotton/Nylon Blend
- Knit-In Heel for Durability
Herringbone Compression Socks 20-30 mmHg Specifications
- Pressure: 20-30 mmHg
- Pattern: Herringbone
- Available Colors: Black
- Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 4.5 x 8.2 inches
- Shipping weight: 2.4 oz
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Surgical Appliance Sub Brand Touch Ships Free Yes
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