If you're looking for soft, stretchy, incredibly comfortable socks with the benefits of mild compression, look no further than EASE by Therafirm. These innovative socks are designed to help improve circulation and relieve moderate ankle and leg swelling and leg fatigue with 20-30 mmHg of graduated compression. Featuring a soft, knit band for comfortable all-day wear and reinforced toe and heel for durability, these opaque socks are a perfect addition to any wardrobe. Great for travel and every day wear.
Product features include:
Ultra stretchy yarns for garments that are easier to put on and more comfortable to wear
Lab-tested true gradient compression gradually decreases towards the top of the stocking to promote blood flow
Soft, comfortable band is non-restrictive while staying in place all day
Moisture-wicking CoolMax fibers provide dry comfortable coolness
Super soft, breathable opaque material
Smooth toe seam
Reinforced toe for durability and rounded for a comfortable fit
Hand wash in lukewarm or cold water with mild detergent. Lay flat to dry.
based on 5 Customer Reviews
EASE Opaque Womaen's Knee High 20-30 mmHG, December 17, 2016 By Linda Schwartz (Reading, PA)(Verified)
The stockiings were comfortable to wear. I had a little trouble with them rolling down. Once they were adjusted a bit they seemed to fit better.
Ease Opaque Women's Knee High, October 21, 2016 By Denise E Lee (Metter, GA)(Verified)
Although I liked the quality and support of these, I could not wear them due to they were too long on the calf and rolled at the knee causing them to bind and hurt.
Therafirm Ease, August 12, 2015 By Anonymous (Bangor, ME)
These stockings are "easier" to put on.
hard to put on but do the job, November 16, 2014 By Anonymous (New York, NY)
These socks took a lot of work for me to put on but once they are on, they really helped with the swelling and redness in my lower legs and ankles. Someday they'll invent a sock that's both easy to put on and has a lot of compression but until then, this is a good quality sock.
ease, March 20, 2014 By bernadine Kurylo (bristol, WI)