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Juzo 3513AG Dynamic Thigh High Compression Stockings w/ Silicone Top Band OPEN TOE 40-50 mmHg are a two-way stretch knit stocking offering a comfortable fit. When worn under sheer hosiery, the Juzo Varin Thigh High Open Toe Compression Stockings are undetectable. Manufactured by Juzo from a blend of fibers consisting of 75% Polyamid and 25% Spandex, the Varin Thigh High Stockings are Compression Stockings with a compression of 40-50 mmHg for deep vein thrombosis, chronic venous insufficiency, lymphedema, and varicose veins. This firm Therapeutic Compression range of 40 to 50 mmHg reduces the swelling and aching often experienced with leg circulation issues. The Varin Thigh High 3513 AG Compression Stockings come with an open toe design for greater breathability and a beaded silicone grip top to keep them in place. The strong fabric shapes to the contours of your leg and is durable for a longer stocking life. Juzo 3513 AG Varin OPEN TOE Thigh Highs with Silicone Top Band 40-50 mmHg Compression Stockings provide a comfortable, seamless compression. Available in short or regular lengths sizes, Varin Silicone Top Band Thigh High Compression Stockings are available in beige only and are sold in pairs.
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Manufacturer Juzo Sub Brand Juzo Varin Ships Free Yes Size Chart Compression 40-50 mmHg Gender Unisex
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Product QuestionsWhat is the I, II,III, etc for? I've always purchased III but I'm not sure what it means. I'm finding my stockings are too long and I need something shorter so I'm debating if II would cover that in addition to purchasing the short as my inseam is 24. But I don't want to do this if III means something else. Thank youQuestion by: Janine on Apr 26, 2015 9:01:00 AMThe numerals refer to the sizing chart in the description. You take your leg measurements and correspond it to the proper size.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jul 21, 2016 3:37:00 PM
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I placed an order on the site. The company noticed my IP address was not based in US. Instead of submitting the charge per procedures, the company called my US phone that is unattended and left a message.
After not receiving the order, I called the company. They sent me an email that I needed to contact my credit card company. I called the credit card company, who reviewed and clarified the charge had never been submitted for verification. I called the company back and told them to submit. They submitted and it was immediately approved.
This cost me. The original order placement was timed where my coworkers visiting US would be able to bring me the supplies. This opportunity was missed. Now I am delayed in receiving for an additional month.
- Keeps my leg from swelling up like a balloon