Mojo Dress - Men's Opaque Compression Socks -- Firm Support (20-30mmHg) Navy
Ribbed material ensures these look and feel like "regular" dress socks.
- Closed Toe
- Dress Sock Look
- Reinforced Toe/Heel
- Opaque Material
- Non restrictive top band to prevent slipping and snagging.
- Reciprocated Heel pocket and large toe box for comfortable fit
- Great For Leg Fatigue, Swelling of the ankles and discomfort of varicose veins
All products are designed and engineered with your comfort in mind.
Delivers physician-prescribed elastic compression therapy guaranteed.
- Absolute Support
- Dress Socks
- 20-30 mmHg (Firm Support)
- Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)
- Toe Style:
- Closed Toe
- Fiber Content:
- Nylon 85%, Spandex 15%
Quality firm socks feel as good as they look. They get the job done.
The socks are comfortable, fit well, and provide good compression. They hold up well after numerous washings. They arrived promptly with no problems.
When my physician suggested compression hose, I went to a well-known pharmacy. The only hose they stocked were women's hose, at a cost of around $80 per pair. I searched the net and discovered Discount Surgical and these hose FOR MEN! I have been so pleased! They fit great, look like a great pair of men's socks, and are only $13 per pair! Better still, they really hold up to many washings and hard wear! I highly recommend these socks!
These socks are wonderful they never slip down on your leg. They are very comfortable to wear, they even do well after washing them. I would highly recommend these socks.
I've never had to use compression stockings before. If they are recommended by medical professionals then for sure get them. If you have to stand on your feet or sit behind a desk all day I recommend them. Since I've been using them my legs feel less tired and I can see the veins in my legs since the edema has gone down. I don't know if the blood circulation and oxygenating has improved but I assume it has. I strongly endorse compression stockings or you can just keep your legs elevated above your head all day, your choice! One of the drawbacks of compression stockings is they are a pain in the but to get on. Watch some youtube videos, as I did, and get the hang of how to do it! Then after a while you'll develop your own techniques. Also if your right on the borderline of the size opt for the larger or try one of each, as I did. My first order was on the borderline of medium and large, I got one of each. If this is your first time don't forget the donning gloves, I got Jobst and I'm really happy I did! Watch several videos that will help too. By the way, Discount Surgical has great prices, a large selection, the quality is very good, they ship fast. I took my chances with them because I'm new to this but I did my due diligence on line and shopped around. Good luck!
One of the better decision I ever made. My experience has been wonderful; beginning with my contact with the professionals at Discount Surgical.
Product was as described. They fit. They were sent to the proper address. The equivalent here is by a Doctor's Prescription and cost CA$90 - CA$120 per pair! And that's in Canadian Pesos! What's not to like? BTW - I've passed the link to your site on to several people in the medical business locally. They were grateful.
My kidney doctor said to buy compession socks to help ankle swelling. They work fine and does a a good job in keeping swelling down
In the hair industry there is quite a bit of standing and mostly stationary. My legs would be so swollen at the end of the day if I didn't wear these stockings. I recommend pulling them down onto your leg laying on your bed with your foot above you, a lot less strain on your back. You can't kill these socks! They are by far the best ones I've tried. I am very happy with my purchase.