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Mojo Compression Socks Graduated Opaque Compression Leggings Black

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Mojo Basics -- Graduated Compression Leggings  -- Firm Support (20-30mmHg) Black

Get the fashionable look of leggings in an opaque graduated compression garment! Help shape your body and your style with this fabulous figure flattering garment with opaque "tights like" appearance.

  • Compression through the legs and thighs, creating body shaping effect
  • 75% Nylon 25% Spandex
  • Knit-in support, separates and lifts bottom
  • Control Top  Comfortably shapes waist to thighs
  • Exclusive Footless design
  • Comfort waistband
  • Seamless
  • Discomfort from spider veins
  • Relief from leg & ankle swelling
  • Relief from edema
  • Relief of tired aching legs
  • Relief of leg discomfort during pregnancy
  • Varicose veins
  • For wear following sclerotherapy
Absolute Support
20-30 mmHg (Firm Support)
Available In Plus Sizes
Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI), Lymphedema
Toe Style:
Closed Toe
Fiber Content:
75% Nylon 25% Spandex

53 Reviews

  • 5
    These are great

    Posted by Paula Jacobsen on Feb 28th 2017

    I really like these leggings. I actually wear them when I need to and also for the fashion. My big problem with other support stockings was wearing nylon on my feet, and leggings solve that. The compression is great and the measurements for suggested sizing worked well. They are nice and opaque, too. The only down side is that they do snag fairly easily, but I have repaired them with a few hand stitches and have had excellent success with that. I wish they came in more colors.

  • 5

    Posted by Patty brady on Dec 30th 2016


  • 5
    Real Support

    Posted by Erika on Aug 21st 2016

    These stockings really give excellent support. The only downfall is that I think they run SLIGHTLY smaller than expected. It took a bit of wiggling to get them on properly.

  • 5
    Great stocking for post vein surgery

    Posted by Gloria on Aug 8th 2016

    I was a little nervous having to wear compression legging following vein surgery in the middle of the summer. These leggings were great. Very comfortable, and light enough in the summer with a tunic or short dress.

  • 5
    same as above

    Posted by Lee H on Jul 1st 2016

    After trying several styles, I have settled on these as my favorite. They are easier and faster to put on than any which have a full or partial foot. They work very well for what I use them for, i.e., reducing swelling in my legs due to standing a lot at work while dealing with varicose veins. If they had a male-specific option of footless compression leggings, I'd try that, but these work and fit fine.

  • 5
    I love these!!

    Posted by Kathy on Jun 18th 2016

    I LOVE these stockings!! I have to wear compression stockings for a year due to a blood clot. The ones my doctor sold me had feet in them and were very expensive. I searched online for some with the same level of compression but without feet and finally found these. Not having the feet in them makes all the difference in the world. I can still wear sandals, they are much cooler, and they are one-third the price of the others. I highly recommend them.

  • 5
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    Posted by aggdiane br on Jun 8th 2016

    The compression leggings were perfect. They were a perfect size and excellent quality. I would recomend them to anyone. Tat pricehey were also a gre

  • 3
    Hard to Put On & Tight at Ankles

    Posted by ChrisAnn on Jun 2nd 2016

    I purchased these because I wanted to wear some of my shorter dresses/skirts, which I had previously not been able to wear because I use the knee high compression socks. I had read reviewers who stated that this item runs small, so knowing that, I ordered a size larger. These compression leggings fit great in the waist and leg areas; however, they were extremely tight at the ankles. Because of this extreme tightness, my feet swelled for the first time since I began wearing compression hose. Also, I had a very hard time putting these leggings on. I have never tried on a pair of compression hose that were a 'panty' type. I guess this difficulty is due to the fact that I have to wear a 20-30mmHg compression. If all of the higher compression 'panty hose' versions are going to be this difficult to put on, I may just be stuck wearing the knee high ones. :(

  • 5
    A lifesaver

    Posted by Michelle Morris on May 25th 2016

    I have been using these compression hose for a few yrs now ordering several pairs as needed. They are so comfortable and give me the compression I need for my lymphedema. I have tried other hose for lymphedema and they work but are not as comfortable as these and the capri pair I buy work well with the rest of the outfits I wear, especially in the summertime.