Size Chart

Use the following size chart to help you get the right fit. There are also some tips at bottom of this page. This will ensure maximum comfort, enjoyment, and longevity of your Compression Socks purchase.

Tips 1
For those who are new to wear compression socks:
If you've never worn compression socks or sleeves, expect it to feel tighter than you're used to. You'll also feel better than you're used to feeling at the end of the day.
Tips 2
The best way to put on compression socks:
Before pulling on your mid's or over-the-calf socks, gather the material from the top cuff to the ankle then fit the sock to your foot before attempting to pull them up over your calf. Slide your thumbs inside the cuff and slowly pull the sock up over your ankle and calf.
If they fit a bit long, simply slide your thumbs inside the cuff and walk the material down to a comfortable height and smooth out any wrinkles.
Tips 3
Wash tips:
We recommend machine washing in cold water and air drying.

HOW TO CHOOSE COMPRESSION SOCK LEVEL 

If you are wearing compression socks to treat certain medical conditions, it is crucial to follow what you doctor prescribes.
A good rule of thumb to follow when choosing compression sock levels for recreational and leisure purposes is to err towards the lower-compression level range of 15 – 20 mmHg. This level of compression is usually fit for providing comfort in daily leisure activities and sports recovery. If you are engaging with more high-intensity activities or need to manage mild symptoms of discomfort, the next range of 20 – 30 mmHg is typically a safe bet.