Usually, compression socks are recommended in cases of leg vein diseases or for their prevention. This is a great prophylaxis of venous diseases, because socks evenly distribute pressure across the legs helping avoid accumulation of blood in veins and prevent venous enlargement. Compression socks can also be used in cases of superficial vein inflammation, after ulcer treatment, surgeries or for prophylaxis of thrombosis.

We recommend this product to every woman who takes care of her legs and to men who care for their health and comfort everywhere they go. Great design, comfortable socks that stimulate leg blood circulation, helps blood return to the heart, and not only make you look good, but also feel better.

Types of compression socks

Compression, prophylaxis socks can be divided into different types. Nowadays, compression sock producers can offer their clients – both, women and men – compression class socks in a variety of sizes, length and color.

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Compression pressure classes:

  • class I: 18-21 mmHg
  • class II: 23-32 mmHg
  • class III: 34-46 mmHg
  • class IV: up to 49 mmHg

First class compression socks are recommended in order to prevent from varicose: chronic venous insufficiency, especially during pregnancy. Varicose is caused by increased venous pressure in legs, due to long standing, hard physical work, staying in hot, humid surroundings. If you feel the pain in your legs, swelling, leg muscle spasms or simply leg cramps, do not delay. Those are the main symptoms of varicose.

Compression socks that are classified as class II are recommended in cases of advanced varicose. For example, in cases of varicose with slight edema: visible swelling, or in advanced varicose stages during pregnancy. Compression socks of class three and four are recommended only in exceptional cases, in specific situations. Socks of all of these classes are compression therapy for your legs.

Socks can also be divided by length: below the knee, middle thigh high, as well as compression tights. In that case compression pressure is evenly distributed across foot, calves, and thighs. The distribution of pressure is balanced to help minimize or completely avoid symptoms of venous insufficiency.

For men, compression ankle socks, that are suitable for venous treatments, are usually recommended. Due to new generation threads used in the production, these socks are soft, comfortable and elegant. Prophylaxis socks for men are designed according to men needs and liking. They are suitable to wear both, with suit at the workplace, and for active leisure. This is a combination of modern technologies and style that ensures better health and perfect comfortable feeling.

Advanced production technology

Therapy, prophylaxis compression socks are produced from innovative fiber using the most advanced production technologies. Suck socks do not crease in knee or ankle area. Lightweight, soft and gentle fiber guarantees maximum wearing comfort.

Furthermore, in most cases, bacteriostatic threads are weaved into the sole, maintaining high level of hygiene, preventing from foot odor. Soft material, seamless toe area, softened sole and hardened heel area: perfect design that ensures freedom of movement and maximum comfort.

Due to their anatomic weaving and gradual compression, compression socks are easy to take on and off. Wide upper part is knitted to prevent from leg tightening and to firmly stay in place without slipping down. Wearing these socks, you will not feel any tightening in your shoes.


In order to maintain the best features of compression socks, specialists recommend avoiding machinery drying, ironing, and softening fabric conditioners. If needed, these socks can be washed daily in 40°C temperature. It is recommended to put socks into special washing pouch before washing. This will save your socks from felting.