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Jobst Stocking Donner





Jobst Stocking Donner is a device for help putting on socks or for help putting on compression stockings. This compression sock aid makes putting on stocking socks easy. Manufactured by BSN Jobst, this simple wire frame allows you to put the stocking easily upon the frame and then merely slip your foot and leg into the stocking. It is like stepping into a stocking rather than tugging and pulling to get the stocking on. The difficult task of donning compression stockings is made easy. Even people who have limited dexterity find the Jobst Donner easy to use. People who have difficulty reaching their feet also find putting on stockings an easy task with this device. Arthritis patients also find that this compression stocking donner makes things so much easier that they no longer feel apprehensive when it is time to put on their stocking. This device works with both open toe and closed toe stocking designs. The Jobst Donner is designed to use in a comfortable seated position.

Vitality Medical carries several types of sock application and removal aids, including Jobst Donning Gloves, Doff and Donner, and Butler Off

Product Features & Benefits

  • Sock assist device.
  • Lightweight construction.
  • Easy grip foam handles.
  • Comfortable handles.
  • Elongated handles require less effort.
  • Easy to use.
  • Works with both open toe and closed toe.
  • Ideal for people with limited back flexibility.
  • Reduces the need for bending.
  • Used for donning socks.
  • Works with large calf socks.

Product Specifications

  • Product Number: 110913.
  • Size: Up to 18 Inch Calf Circumference.
  • Material: Wire Frame.
  • Application: Compression Stocking Applicator.
  • Manufacturer: BSN Jobst.


Manuals and Documents
  • pdf logo    Product Flyer contains a brief description for the sock donner device.



Product Videos


Ranking the Top 6 Stocking Donners Review Video (2:58 minutes)



Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Jobst
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Product Questions

What are the dimensions of this device?
How do I use the stocking donner?
Do you offer the large size (110910). I can not use the regular size.
Does it come apart to put in suitcase?
If this device doesn't work for me, is it returnable? Is it refundable if it doesn't work?
Will this work with a 19" calf.
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals that are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. This product complies with all state and federal safety standards.

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Donner does not work for me, unsatisfied
Did not work, want refund immediately, almost broke my ankle!
  • Did not work for me could not put on my compress stockings
  • Everything!!!
Bought this for my mother who doesn't have the strength in her hands to pull up compression stockings; She said it does the trick for her.
small calves only
This item is not labeled adequately. The calf wire is very small and is not adjustable and the handles are short. You can't tell from the picture how small this item really is. The handles are short so you have to be able to bend forward and bend your knee to reach the handles with both hands.
Good Product
I was very pleased with the Jobst Stocking Donner. It arrived the day after I ordered it on-line. Previously, putting on the compression stocking was a two person procedure, and still difficult to get on. The Jobst Stocking Donner makes putting the compression stocking on so much easier, and it can be done without the help of another person. I highly recommend this product.
  • easy to use
  • nothing
Finally able to get some assistance
I had a DVT 40 years ago--became more and more difficult to get compression sock on. This does help, but I still am not able to bend down enough to hold onto the heel. The good news is that I can get my toes in and work it the rest of the way--so it is a win as far as I am concerned.

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