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Women's Graduated Compression Socks

Women's Graduated Compression Socks
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Women’s Graduated Compression Socks

Whether you’re hitting the pavement, pumping some iron, or primping for a girls’ night out, you know that maximizing your body’s circulation is always important. That’s why our Women’s Graduated Compression Socks were engineered to boost blood flow and prevent tired and achy muscles at the end of your day. Available in four eye-catching colors, these are not your grandma’s compression socks (although they do aid in the prevention of spider and varicose veins.)

Our Exclusive Line of Compression Socks

Graduated Compression

Our Graduated Compression line was constructed to provide an unmatched custom-like fit, improving circulation and reducing muscle fatigue. Through the use of targeted compression, high-density cushioning, and anatomical design, this revolutionary line promotes a faster recovery time for your active lifestyle. 

Sizing Guide

Feetures® premium socks are engineered to provide a custom fit unlike any on the market. Designed to conform to your anatomical specifications, our socks fit snugly to prevent bunching and reduce the risk of blisters. Our detailed sizing chart will assist in determining your optimal size. We generally recommend going up a size if you are between sizes to ensure maximum comfort. Please contact our team with any questions—we are happy to provide additional information in order to guarantee the perfect Feetures® fit.  

Frequently Asked Questions About Compression Socks

Our mission is to engineer products that will make your feet feel their best, when you cross the finish line and beyond. Many runners overlook the correlation between their socks and performance, which is why we’ve compiled some common questions we receive regarding our breakthrough sock technology.  

What does mmHg stand for?

“mmHg” is short for millimeters of mercury, a scientific measurement unit that indicates pressure. The higher the mmHg, the stronger the compression on the legs.

How do compression socks work?

Compression socks apply graduated pressure to the legs, which helps increase circulation and venous return. Graduated compression means that the pressure is most significant at your ankles and gradually becomes lighter as you move up the leg. Feetures Graduated Compression socks offer 15-20mmHg of pressure, which is ideal for everyday wear.

Do compression socks help with running?

The aim of compression socks is to prevent cramps and swelling by reducing excess movements made by your calf muscles. Wearing compression socks while running can help decrease the energy output of your legs, meaning your muscles will experience reduced effects of fatigue. 

Our Graduated Compression line features 15-20 mmHg of compression at the ankle, gradually lessening towards the calf. This allows for increased blood flow, enhanced performance, and quick recovery. 

Is it safe to wear compression socks when pregnant?

While you should always discuss any medical questions with your doctor directly, wearing compression socks while pregnant is highly recommended to prevent blood clots and varicose vein development. They can also aid in relieving tired, achy, swollen legs. 

How many hours a day should I wear compression socks?

Depending on personal preference, you can opt to wear your compression socks all day or simply a few hours, though you should take them off before going to bed.