Top 4 Compression Socks
Copper compression socks for great blood circulation
These FuelMeFoot Copper Compression Socks harness the power of copper to activate blood circulation. Great for relieving pain from existing injuries such as strain or plantar fasciitis. The 15-20mmHg compression reduces stress and prevents swelling, injuries, and exhaustion. Copper in the fabric does double duty, preventing smells and enhancing the moisture wicking and smell reducing properties of the fabric. Be comfortable wherever you, whatever you’re doing.
Compression sock for active lifestyles
For active lifestyles, the ACTINPUT Compression sock are doctor and trainer recommended. These compression socks contribute to your health by improving blood circulation in your feet and legs, resulting in faster recovery times, fewer injuries, more endurance, and less fatigue. Specially designed with added support for your ankles and bridge of the foot to protect vulnerable body parts during high activity. These compression socks also reduce the pain and swelling that comes with diabetes, plantar fasciitis, and other foot injuries.
8-Pack compression socks for every day
This 8 pack of Laite Hebe Compression socks is the perfect item for those of us with extreme compression needs. These compression socks are applicable to so many issues, from swelling associated with pregnancy, diabetes, or long use, to foot injuries, to preventing blood clots and varicose veins. Stay healthy and energetic at your office or warehouse job with these great socks that maintain comfort and improve blood circulation and oxygenation.
A serious compression sock for serious problems
For more serious medical issues, the Hi Clasmix compression sock is perfect. The 20-30mmHg provides extra compression and blood flow. Great for pregnancy, those who are on their feet for miles at a time, and sedentary folks who are concerned about deep vein thrombosis, blood clots, or pulmonary embolism. Copper infused fibers enhance blood flow and oxygenation, fighting swelling and other injuries. Graduated compression ensures the compression matches the need of the body part. You’ll find the most compression in your feet and ankles, with lesser going up your calf to further encourage good blood flow back towards the heart.