Designed with 25% Supima cotton, this compression sock is extremely comfortable, and ideal for women with skin allergies or sensitive skin. The high-stretch knit construction, in combination with double-covered yarns, provides great elasticity and easy donning and removal.
NOTE: Sizes XL and XS have been discontinued. (8/6/2015) Stock is limited.
Measure around your ankle at the narrowest point, normally just above the ankle bone. Don't have a tape measure? Download one here.
Measure around the widest part of your calf. To determine the widest point, push against the back of your calf with the palm of your hand. You can now easily see the widest point.
Measure the distance from the floor to the bend behind your knee..
At BrightLife Direct we make returns and exchanges easy. A RETURN/EXCHANGE FORM is included in every package.
A Return Authorization Number (RA#) is required for returns and exchanges. To request an RA#, just send us an EMAIL or call 1-877-545-8585. Remember to write the RA# on the outside of your package. This will help us expedite your return!
30 DAY GUARANTEE
You have 30 days from the date your order was delivered, per the USPS or UPS delivery confirmation, to make a return.
Merchandise MUST be in original packaging.
If stockings have been worn, they MUST be laundered before returning. (Any stocking you purchase from us is new from the factory).
Include your phone number - we may need to contact you to properly process your return.
Exchanges are shipped at no additional charge for US and Canadian orders only. International exchanges will be charged the applicable shipping fee.
AVOID THESE FEES!
We will deduct a 20% restocking fee from any order that is returned without an RA# (Return Authorization Number); is returned after 30 days but before 60 days; is un-laundered, smells of smoke, perfume or other pollutants, or is not in the original manufacturers packaging (excluding Allegro).
Hand or machine wash in lukewarm water on gentle cycle. Use a mild detergent. Do not use bleach Woolite or fabric softeners. Air dry.
Sigvaris 233 Cotton Knee High for Women, June 14, 2017 By Anonymous (Kenmore, WA)(Verified)
Very comfortable and well made stocking. Recommended to me by one of my doctors
233 Sigvaris cotton knee highs, December 27, 2013 By Anonymous (Highland Heights, OH)
Comfortable, easy to get on and off
Very nice!, December 6, 2013 By Anonymous (CA)
The only other compression stockings I have tried are this same model but with an open toe, so I don't have a basis for comparison. That said, I find these quite comfortable (less so when it's hot outside). It doesn't really bother me to wear them. I cannot speak to the durability as I have not had them for long.
Great product, November 25, 2013 By Anonymous (Minneapolis, MN)
As a physician (and on occasion a pregnant physician) I am on my feet all day and have tried many compression stockings. I love that I can wear these with work clothes without it being obvious, and I find them relatively easy to get on and off compared to others. I also love that you can choose the length as some are too tall and bunch around my knees. Great product overall.
Sigvaris 233 cotton knee highs women 30-40, September 23, 2013 By Anonymous (Richmond, VA)
These socks are quite thin and could be a little thicker.
Needs to have the S1 size back, March 18, 2013 By Anonymous (Calgary, NE)
Hi, I disappointed when I could not find the S1 size, becouse Sigvaris dose not make it any more. The reason they give us "there is not a lot of buyers for this size. This is not a good reason for people like me who have a small feed and desperately looking to find my s1 size stockings, but can not find. I hope the Sigvaris Company change their mind at least make some persentage of these size.
The knee high socks…, March 18, 2010 By Anonymous (Brandenburg, KY)
The knee high socks are comfortable but a little snug on the feet. Not much room i the toes but I think they will have more give as I wear them. Over all I am pleased with the color quality and style. They look like regular socks and no one can tell they are support socks.
I have worn compress…, June 12, 2009 By Anonymous (Portland, OR)
I have worn compression knee-highs for 2 years when I fly ever since I got a DVT in my calf in May 2007. This is the first pair I have ever owned that I LOVE. I really do love wearing them. They aren't too hot they stay put they're sharper looking than "regular" trouser socks because they do stay put and don't get all stretched out and saggy. I'll wear these even on days I'm not flying anywhere...like today!