Look, these aren’t just any ole’ regular blue and grey striped compression socks. These ones… they’re pretty awesome extra special.
Because not only are they 20-30 mmHg graduated compression, they’re also blue and gray… the very same blue as a certain time-traveling box that’s bigger on the inside. Or the very same colors of a certain Wizarding School’s House. But even if those purposefully vague geek references mean almost nothing to you, they’re still awesome shades of blue and gray.
And, because they’re our specially-designed socks, they’ve got all the benefits of compression socks with the added bonus of a double-lined sole for extra durability and comfort.
The Perks of our 20-30 mmHg Graduated Blue and Grey Compression Socks
These knee-high socks are **ridiculously awesome tight**. But it’s that exact tightness that gives so many wonderful benefits:
- They improve circulation, which means you can exercise, hike, walk, run, or whatever you want -your-heart-out. Because you’ll be recovering faster, thanks to that improved circulation.
- They prevent and lessen swelling and pain in your legs and feet, which means you can be on your feet all day without worrying about aches or pains.
- They can help control some symptoms related to a wide variety of chronic diseases.
- If you’ve got RA or POTS or MS, you’re going to be able to stand longer and more confidently – and with less pain.
- Have diabetes? Your doctor may want you to wear compression socks to prevent neuropathy or extremity loss – so you keep your tootsies where they belong – on your feet.
- They’re amazing during pregnancy – both before and after baby arrives. Because nobody tells you about the massive amounts of fluid retention that’s gonna happen – until it’s too late. But wearing compression socks means you can say goodbye to those massive cankles – and keep your regular ankles.
- And they’re perfect for anyone who’s on their feet all day. Nurses, EMTs, Flight Attendants, Doctors, and other on-the-go professionals depend on compression socks to help them get through their shifts in one, comfortable, supported piece.
Look… 20-30 mmHg graduated compression socks have so many benefits that it’s ridiculous NOT to wear them (and if you’d prefer pink and gray striped compression socks, we’ve got you covered!). In fact, they’re totally fine for everyday use as long as you wear them responsibly. And all that means is… don’t overdo a good thing. Rest is important, so make sure you let your body – and your socks – have some time off each day.
So whaddya say? Are you ready to allon-say in some new blue and grey striped compression socks?