Mediven for Men is the first support sock with anatomically-correct left and right feet. Like your toes, the toe box of the sock is angled for a more comfortable fit. An L or R is embroidered on the top of each sock. Medi for Men also features 100% natural lanolin. This new skin-conditioning bio-textile provides the medical benefits, and all day comfort you deserve.
Business or casual Mediven for Men's modern rib design will coordinate with everything in your closet. The perfect fit for men who need medical grade compression.
Machine wash warm water with mild detergent. Machine dry on low heat.
based on 6 Customer Reviews
Mediven Support Hose, May 16, 2016 By Grim Locke (Austin, TX)
"L" and "R" markers made foot selection easy. Hose slipped on easily and are very comfortable. Support is excellent, which is important to me for the valves in the veins of my lower legs do not function.
Medivens have changed!, June 13, 2014 By Anonymous (Monroe Twp, NJ)
Mediven has changed the way they make their Mediven for Men socks, 20-30 compression. They feel very good on, but stretch much more than the original design. The compression does not feel as tight either. Definitely feels like a light, summer sock - does not contain swelling around my ankles the way the original design did. Regretful...the original were fantastic!
Mediven compression stockings, February 1, 2014 By Anonymous (Millersville, MD)
True to fit and good quality. Always buy this brand for years.
Crappy, December 11, 2013 By Anonymous (Dallas, TX)
Unlike my juzo and jobst, these will not stay up over my calves. I pull them up constantly. They also tore at the top during one of the times I was pulling them up. I will not buy these again.
Mediven recently cha…, September 12, 2011 By Anonymous (New York, NY)
Mediven recently changed its men's dress sock. The old one was better. It was a ribbed knee length sock with more substance and feel to it than the new one. The only improvement to the new one is that it has L and R sewn over the sock and the toe part is more oriented to the right or left foot. However the quality of the sock material has gone downhill it is much thinner and flimsier. The ribbing is gone and i sincerely doubt the compression is as strong or will last as long as the former mens dress sock. -Martin NYC
They were more diffi…, March 4, 2011 By Anonymous (Holland, PA)
They were more difficult to put on compared to Jobst and not as comfortable. They developed a "run" shortly after using them a few times! do not recommend them!