Jobst for Men 20-30mmHg dress socks have a ribbed design reinforced heel comfort top band smooth toe seam.
These stockings provide 20-30mmHg of gradient compression to help improve blood flow prevent edema (swelling) and reduce the discomfort caused by moderate to severe varicose veins. They help in recovery from sclerotherapy and other post-surgical procedures and help prevent the recurrence of venous ulcerations. Woven from 73% nylon and 27% spandex in Mexico.
Open toe available in black only
Full-calf sizes available in black only
Tall sizes designed to fit a shoe size of 12+ available in black or navy
Jobst for Men is being replaced by Jobst Ambition. Brown and Navy colors have been discontinued and stock is limited.
Machine wash in lukewarm water with a mild detergent. Machine dry on low heat. Do not wring. Do not use bleach Woolite or fabric softeners. Do not iron.
based on 30 Customer Reviews
Jobst for men Knee High 20-30mmHg, November 30, 2016 By Frank Gentner (Centerville, OH)(Verified)
These socks exert the right amount of pressure on my legs and so far do not bind my toes.
Right items; Fast delivery, August 1, 2016 By Anonymous (Columbus, NE)
Buying compression hose online began by searching for a vendor with good reviews.. which was surprisingly difficult! BrightLife's ratings stood out so I felt like I could order with confidence.. I chose the free shipping option. I live in the center of the US and received my shipment in just TWO business days!!! Best of all, I got exactly what I expected. The product itself was specified by a Lymphedema Therapist and the results have been excellent thus far. I'm a happy customer.
Jobst for Men Knee High 20-0mmHg, June 16, 2016 By Anonymous (St. Louis, MO)
We've tried other compression socks for my husband, but the quality and comfort of the Jobst exceeds all others.
Compression socks, May 18, 2016 By Debra (Atlanta, GA)
Right size, great price and in stock.
Disappointed. Don't buy, March 27, 2016 By Anonymous (Lewes, DE)
Very disappointed. There was a hole like a run girls get in pantyhose before I put them on. Would NOT recommend. These are junk. Got a pair of different brand much better.
Comfortable to wear, March 23, 2016 By Howard Hawley (Corona, CA)
very comfortable to wear and the compression is wonderful. The past Jobst I purchased choked my toes and I was reluctant to purchase more. These are great. The only criticism I have is they don't stay up as good as should be expected for the price.
Jobst , December 23, 2015 By Vito Minni (Plymouth)
Stockings helped my blood go black up my legs.
Worth the price, August 27, 2015 By Bud (Ottawa, MN)
I have used Jobst compression stocking for many years. I found that they retain their elasticity strength much longer than other name brands.? They may cost a bit more, but it is worth the difference.
The Jobst compression knee high are perfect. Compression is graduated and is doing the job intended. Although I am female, I prefer the texture of the men's knee highs. I tried the cheaper hoes, but none worked to my satisfaction.
Jobst for Men Knee High 20-30mmhg, February 26, 2015 By Anonymous (Rockville, MD)
Do a good job. I probably should have ordered large instead of Large-Tall
compression socks, December 25, 2014 By leonard (florence, NJ)
I have used other brands, but jobst is the best for me.
Fine compression hose, October 1, 2014 By Anonymous (Bethesds, MD)
Jobst compression hose are fine.
Jobst Works for Me, November 3, 2013 By Anonymous (Haltom City, TX)
I have just purchased my seventh pair of Jobst for Men Knee High compression hose. They fit, do the proper compression job, look nice, and they last much longer than regular men's hose. I am very pleased with the product and with the quick service that BrightLife gives.
jobst support hose, September 1, 2013 By Anonymous (Fayetteville, GA)
Very comfortable, and long lasting, have been wearing them for some time now
Excellent!, July 25, 2013 By Anonymous (Canyon Country, CA)
I had vein stripping surgery 5 years ago and received this Rx for support hose. I bought the Jobst black knee hi because I wanted them to look like regular dress socks. Not only did they keep my surgery from failing, to my surprise they kept me from needing the same surgery on my left leg, which now appears normal. I am consistent about wearing these and careful in the hand washing every day. My toes are not restricted because I make sure I have toe room before I pull the stockings the rest of the way up. I have learned not to buy these at bargain sites because I have no way of knowing how old those might be. For that reason, I buy them here, knowing they will be fresh stock and last longer. Highly recommend Jobst and BrightLife.
Relief from Swollen Legs and Ankles, April 6, 2013 By Dennis Rooney (Reston, VA)
I have worn my Jobst knee high stockings for two weeks now and love them. They feel very comfortable and leg/ankle swelling has decreased due to the compression. I received the wrong size initially but your company immediately corrected the order. Thanks again.
Dennis Rooney Reston, VA
Well I think that yo…, September 12, 2011 By Anonymous (Oxford, NC)
Well I think that your company has done a good job in assisting me with the stockings. I have been wearing the stockings for several years now and initially got them from a doctor but I felt that ordering direct from the company was better than a third party. Anyway when I contacted y0ur company your contact person was great assisted me in my selection and even when I made a mistake in the size you assisted me in determining the right size and got me back on track. Thanks.
i think the product…, July 8, 2011 By Anonymous (baltimore, MD)
i think the product is great with one exception. i walk a great deal during the day. almost immidiately the stockings begin to strangle my toes. i wear a size 13 shoe and at least once an hour or more i have to remove my shoes and pull the stockings off and put them back on again leaving what little "wiggle" room is available for my toes. if i pull them on and adjust them so that the heel is in place with the heel of my foot they immidiately feel very tight at my toes and after a brief walk my toes begin to hurt. i bought 3 pair of the toe-less style and the support aspect of them was non-existant by comparison. is there any product thay brightlife offers that can provide my toes some relief? thank you for your interest in my satisfaction with your product. be well frank
We have ordered from…, December 24, 2010 By Anonymous (Green Valley, AZ)
We have ordered from BrightLife Direct for several years and their service people have gone the extra mile to help us with our orders. Jerry and Carol Brader
Your company's servi…, December 3, 2010 By Anonymous (Green Valley, AZ)
Your company's service has been terrific. My computer skills are not great and there has always been someone there who has helped with my orders.When I needed help trying to get socks to fit Jerry their sugestions have been the best. He has been very happy with his socks. Will continue to use BrightLifeDirect.SincerelyCarol BraderGreen Valley AZ
Excellent people to…, October 5, 2010 By Anonymous (mississauga, ON)
Excellent people to deal with; a wide range of products at attractive prices; fast and efficient service.I've dealt with "Brightlife" for several years now and have never been disappointed.M.R.
It's been so long si…, July 20, 2010 By Anonymous (Chicago, IL)
It's been so long since I ordered a new pair of Jobst for Men Knee High dress socks I had forgotten how great they feel! They make my feet ankles and calves feel great!
The compression on t…, July 5, 2010 By Anonymous (Port Orchard, WA)
The compression on these socks feels greater than the white sports socks. However my shoe size is 11 and I ordered a size large in these socks and they're a little big. Don't want to return them because I can make them work. I wonder if sizes in the dress socks run larger? Next time I might try ordering them in medium. Otherwise the compression is nice and the sock stay up fine.
The socks did not fi…, June 24, 2010 By Anonymous (Edmond, OK)
The socks did not fit and I am returning them for a different size. Tom Goldsworthy