Core-Spun support socks for men and women look and feel like a soft comfortable everyday socks, with the added benefit of medically correct gradient compression. The ultra stretchy yarns make the sock easy to put on, and the added thickness makes the sock extremely comfortable for all-day wear.
Core-Spun yarns are made by twisting fibers around an inner fiber creating one yarn. Therafirm uses spandex as the core yarn, and either X-Static Silver polyester (black), or CoolMax (white) yarns on the outside. The result is a support sock that is soft, comfortable, really easy to put on, and cool. 72% Polyester, 22% Nylon, 6% Spandex. Made in USA.
Hand wash in warm water with a mild detergent. Air dry. Do not tumble dry. Do not iron. Do not dry clean.
based on 7 Customer Reviews
I love these socks T…, December 4, 2011 By Anonymous (southbridge, MA)
I love these socks They are comfortable look good and are relatively easy to put on. My one complaint is that the spot where the heel joins the foot of the sock is relatively weak.
The support socks ar…, July 18, 2011 By Anonymous (Smyrna, GA)
The support socks are comfortable until about midday but as the day goes on the become very uncomfortable. The next problem is getting them on If you are older and do not have good use of your knees they are very difficult to put on . In there asecrit to getting them on esier?
These support socks…, May 6, 2011 By Anonymous (Defiance, OH)
These support socks are excellent. They do the job and look good as well.
I guess I was temted…, April 21, 2011 By Anonymous (Chicago, IL)
I guess I was temted to order these by the picture that accompanies the stockings on the web site. I have a problem with stockings that are too tight at the top so these looked like they would work for me. They fit but not comfortably so I returned them for refund.
Thank you for contac…, January 19, 2011 By Anonymous (Methuen, MA)
Thank you for contacting me about the socks.Although they are very difficult to put on the only problem that I have is that they are too long. I need to fold them below the knees and they are so tight at that point that they hurt.I will be seeing the doctor on1-24-2011 and I hope to get a suggestion at that time unless you have a better suggestion.Once again thank you for your concern and interest.Ron Lacroix
Great support bad co…, July 8, 2009 By Anonymous (Gainesville, FL)
Great support bad construction as the heel of one sock separated after 3 washes and 3 wears.
I like the Core-Spun…, June 24, 2009 By Anonymous (Tampa, FL)
I like the Core-Spun suppot socks there are thicker than some other. when you wash them they dry quickly.And the support is very good. I now have a pair for every day of the week when these's wear out I will buy more of theTherafirm Core-Spun socks