Everyday Diabetic Sock

There's no better way to extend your wardrobe than with a pair of striking compression stockings to wear with your new shoes.

Introducing the newest addition to Dr. Comfort®, the Everyday Style compression hosiery collection which adds a little pizzazz to your wardrobe while helping to deliver medical function.

The Everyday Style collection is recommended for anyone who needs to sit or stand for extended periods of time, pregnant women during and after pregnancy, persons traveling by air, car, bus or train while restricted from movement. This collection helps to recover from surgery when compression stockings are recommended, following vein procedures, or needing everyday wear when mild symptoms of vein disorders are present.

Whether you’re looking for socks or sheer knee-highs, the Everyday Style collection has many options to meet your needs.

3 Things to Know About the Everyday Style Compression Socks and Stockings

Women’s Sheer Knee-Highs

The Everyday Style Women’s sheer compression knee-high designs provides comfort and support with a feminine touch, is easy to put on and can go from season to season—never going out of style.

Constructed of nylon and spandex, choose from an elegant dot pattern or floral-petal design.

Unisex Socks

The Everyday Style is constructed of nylon and spandex (the Funnel Strip is rayon and spandex), is lightweight, and is comfortable to wear whether heading to work or around town. Choose from six timeless patterns: Double Cross, Basketweave, Spacedye, Colormix Diamond or Funnel Stripe.

Medium Compression

The Everyday Style collection provides 15-20mmHG compression, which helps relieve tired, aching legs and swelling of feet, ankles, and legs, while aids to manage mild symptoms of varicose and spider veins.

The Everyday Style footwear collection brings sophistication, fun, and comfort to your wardrobe.

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The contents of this blog were independently prepared, and are for informational purposes only. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not necessarily indicative of the views of any other party. Individual results may vary depending on a variety of patient-specific attributes and related factors.