DuoMed from Mediven is a new line of affordable, fashionable, medical-grade compression hosiery. Made with graduated 20-30 mmHg compression, these stockings are great for preventing moderate swelling and edema. Moderate compression can also help ease the pain associated with varicose veins and help recover after sclerotherapy.
These thigh highs have a fashionable lace top which covers a wide
silicone top band. DuoMed stockings will stay in place comfortably all
This sheer line features a reinforced toe and heel. The fabric is lightweight and breathable.
Available in two lengths - regular and petite (for legs less than 28" long).
Great Compression Hose, October 17, 2018 By Anonymous (Abilene, TX)(Verified)
The DuoMed Transparent Thigh Highs 20-30 mmHg (petite length) are great. These are my first pair of 20-30 mmHg thigh highs, and I was afraid that they would be too difficult to don and doff. That couldn't be further from the truth. They are really comfortable, and I like the sheer look. I used donning gloves the first time I wore them, but it really wasn't necessary. I have not had to use them since. They stay up on my thigh, too. I have had no problem with them sliding down. The petite length makes them perfect for me. I plan on ordering a pair in the black color. I definitely recommend them to anyone.
Good quality for a lower cost sheer compression stocking, November 28, 2017 By Anonymous (Lubbock, TX)(Verified)
These hosiery are great for the price, but leave a little to be desired from my perspective. What I like about them: Wonderful band at the top to support, stylish and functional and better even than what Medi uses on their more expensive sheer and soft line. Decent length and fits someone 6'2" fairly well. Attractive sheer although this isn't what interests me as much as a lighter material for warmer days to wear under pants. What I don't like about them: Seem to use a similar construction method and fabric feel of MUCH less expensive brands such as Allegro. No offense to BrightLife as I know it's their own brand, but I can't stand the Allegros due to this and strange toe and bands they seem to have. The Medi does have a much better length and fit well which is why I'm likely to keep them, but overall the fabric seems as though it will tear easily compared to other types. Although the length is good, they require a bit of stretching to pull up, but once in place they stay well. My go to brand and style is the Medi comfort in a size 5. I feel the extra large in the Duo is pretty close in size to this. I also purchased the Medi Duo Advantage, and although the same size, extra large, they are larger than the sheer line.
user, November 18, 2017 By Anonymous (Boston, MA)(Verified)
I like the most that save my life and also are dressy