Brown Men's Dress Support Socks.
If you've ever suffered from deep vein thrombosis in your lower legs, you already know how important it is to keep up the pressure on your calves to make sure blood can't settle there and clot. On the other hand, you might be fresh out of surgery and have been told by your doctor to wear dress support socks to reduce the chance of deep vein thrombosis occurring and leading to a pulmonary embolisms. These brown men's dress support socks have been specially designed to minimize the likelihood of any of this happening.
These professional dress support socks have been knitted using a mix of 80% nylon and 20% Lycra to provide the perfect compromise between durability and compressive function. Each sock has a graduated compression of 20-30 mmHg, which is enough to reduce the likelihood of deep vein thrombosis happening to the bare minimum.
It is a well established fact accepted by all modern surgeons and other healthcare professionals that these kind of support socks are clinically essential if you want to minimize your chances of suffering from deep vein thrombosis and subsequently pulmonary embolism after surgery. You'll find our men's support socks to be comfortable and effective, letting you carry on with your life safe in the knowledge that you've done everything you can to safeguard your cardiovascular health.
We aim to accommodate all sizes in our range of dress support socks, and we have increased our range to include an extra large size to provide support for those with larger calf muscles. Between all of the options we have available, you're sure to find a professional looking support sock that fits your style requirements precisely, all while making sure that the blood traveling through the veins in your legs flows smoothly and is less prone to clotting.
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These professional dress socks are knitted with 80% nylon and 20% Lycra for long life and durability. Each sock has a graduated compression of 20-30 mmHg.
Sized according to shoe size. For large calf muscles, use the next largest sizes.
X-Large (12.5 and up)
Posted by xxx Oct 20th 2016