Therafirm Open Toe Ankle Support, available in beige, black, pink and blue, provides 20-30mmhg at the ankle. This is not a graduated compression garment. It's designed to help alleviate pain and swelling in the ankle area only. Wear under regular socks or with open-toe shoes or sandals.
Really works to keep ankle swelling down. Sock easily fits over it to still wear with tennis shoes. Good buy!
I like this ankle support, May 6, 2016 By Anonymous (Traverse City)
Great compression for ankle swelling. Good quality and fun pink color. I use this in yoga class for extra ankle support
Great, except the "beige" color!, August 13, 2015 By Anonymous (Sunny Southern California, CA)
I have three of these anklets and will be wearing them for some time, while I recover from a bad sprain. They keep some fairly bad swelling under control for about ten hours, at which point my foot will start to push them "up" and away from the ball of my foot. I don't blame the sock; it's an indication I need to stop and elevate my foot!
The compression is holding up fairly well so far (about three weeks steady use); they clean up with a quick rinse and easily dry overnight.
My podiatrist really liked them and compared them favorably to the one he usually recommends, only these have better colors.
I have the black, hot pink, and the beige. The beige is a pretty hideous color, like the "suntan" knee-highs my grandma wore. I'd love it if they sold something closer to skin tones found in nature! Other than that, I'm sold!
Therafirm Ankle Support, August 3, 2015 By Anonymous (El Paso, TX)
XL seems like XS
Thermafirm Ankle Support, July 23, 2015 By Anonymous (Mesa, AZ)
I am not happy with the product. The color is much darker than what's shown on the website. I wish I had not purchased this item.
Good quality compression sock, June 13, 2015 By Barb W (Hampshire, IL)
I bought these for swelling in my ankle after a heel fracture. I have sent other brands back because they were too tight in the instep, sagged at the ankles or did not fit my calf. I like having the open toe for sandals. They are thin enough that I can put a sock over them as well. If you have to have ankle compression, this works! Also, I wash them out by hand and they are dry the next morning. I would have preferred white over the nude - they look like short nylons.
Ankle Support 20-30mmHg, April 11, 2015 By Sylwester (Hamilton)
It is very good ankle support, why it is not sold in pair ???
Therafirm Ankle Stocking, March 1, 2015 By Anonymous (Myrtle Beach, SC)
I presumed the stocking was a pair. I never heard of buying 1 stocking. I will be returning this item.
nice compression, January 21, 2015 By Anonymous (bellevue, WA)
My left foot and ankle swell up pretty quickly every morning. This seems to keep the swelling down quite a bit. It does become uncomfortable after 12 hours or so. I'm wearing the XL and maybe if there was an XXL it would be perfect.
Therafirm Ankle Support 20-30, October 24, 2014 By Anonymous (las cruces, NM)
With stasis ulcer, need options when it "acts up". This works well under 8-15 level items to aid in treatment of open ulcer while still feeling comfortable in professional work clothing. I also bought one in neon pink to wear with my swim suit so I look as if I am just another athlete with a sprained ankle!