How to size compression socks
Compression socks help manage blood flow in your Leg veins, which helps tired achy legs, chronic swelling, discomfort, spider veins, varicose veins, blood clots and venous ulcers. If you are looking to purchase knee high compression socks and want To ensure maximum support and effectiveness, it is important to know the best pressure for your needs and have an Accurate measurement for sizing. Depending on your needs, Here are some simple guidelines on how to measure:
#1 - if you have medical related issues, ask your doctor which compression level is right for you. If you want more support for your legs, choose between 15-20mmHG or 20-30mmhg medical grade Pressure.
#2 - Measure your ankle.
#3 - measure the widest part of your calf
#4 - Compare your measurements to the provided sizing chart
Here is a video by Knit Rite to help you see an example on how to measure for compression stockings
#2 - Take measurements as early as possible after waking up
#3 - Ankle measurement is the most important measurement because of the graduated compression; tighter at the ankle and gradually has less pressure as you move up the leg.
Use the compression sock size chart Below to determine your size for go compression closed toe socks.
GO Compression Socks are made to provide you with A LIGHTWEIGHT COMPRESSION SOCKS, 85% Nylon 15% Spandex, High quality comfortable compression stocking for women and men made of durable compression fabric with seamless woven construction. thin for all day wear, excellent elasticity with fit snug with no loss of compression. Breathable mesh design with moisture-wicking fabric helps to stay dry and cool. Wash after wash, a lasting material that stays fitted throughout the day.
Use the compression sock size chart Below to determine your size for go compression open toe socks.