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DetailsThe Touch graduated compression socks are not only unique and beautifully patterned; they are the best on the market for providing relief from leg fatigue and swelling. These high-quality compression socks come in warm and cool neutral colors with professional patterns that will give your legs the support they need while looking stylish and professional, all day long. The level of compression is expressed as mmHg (millimeters of mercury), a common measurement of pressure. These particular Touch compression socks provide 15-20 mmHg of graduated compression and promote healthy circulation while concealing leg blemishes. The pressure is greatest around the ankles and decreases gradually up the leg.
In the production process, the soft and smooth combed cotton is treated before it is spun and any short threads or impurities are removed, resulting in remarkably soft compression socks that provide firm, yet flexible, comfort. The touchable cotton contours perfectly to your calves and ankles and will remain secure all day, without sliding down. The men's herringbone patterned compression socks come in brown, black, and charcoal and look great with a suit. They can also be worn under jeans or worn comfortably around the house, whatever you'd prefer. Rich dyes are used to create beautiful warm and cool neutral colors and the stylish, professional patterns will make these high-quality compression socks a natural addition to your wardrobe. If you need stronger compression, you could also try the Men's Herringbone 20-30 MMHG.
Touch Compression Socks Features and Benefits
- Provides relief from leg fatigue and swelling
- Promotes healthy circulation
- Conceals leg blemishes
- Rich colors and stylish patterns
- Remarkably soft and professional
Touch Compression Socks Specifications
- Pressure: 15-20 mmHg
- Pattern: Men's Herringbone
- Available Colors: black, brown, charcoal
- Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 4.5 x 8.2 inches
- Shipping weight: 2.4 oz
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