Jobst Relief knee high surgical stockings for men or women are made from smooth breathable fabric and available with a closed or open toe. Relief is Jobst's economy brand and features a generous toe area and reinforced heel pocket.
This compression stocking provides 30-40mmHg of gradient compression and should be worn under a doctor’s supervision. This level helps relieve severe varicosities severe edema (swelling) and chronic venous insufficiency. It helps during healing after surgical and sclerotherapy procedures and helps prevent venous ulcerations. This level also helps relieve superficial thrombophlebitis. Woven from a 72% nylon and 28% spandex in Mexico.
really good fitting for me, regulars hurt under knee, these come just below the knee area and very comfortable.
Jobst Relief mens, March 20, 2018 By Anonymous (Rudolph, WI)
Good quality for the price. Seem to hold up well. A little tight in the ankle area for my likening but that’s why they make different styles..
Ankle area too tight, hard to put on, February 22, 2018 By James Ahia (Central Point, OR)(Verified)
Had to use paper sleeve from competitor in order to put this on! Find it tad to tight at the ankle and tends to gather just above, causing circulation problem. WILL NOT PURCHASE THIS AGAIN, despite cheaper price compared to Juzo.
Not for me, February 18, 2018 By Anonymous (Spring, TX)(Verified)
I've purchased several pair of Juzo compression sock from BrightLife they fit prefect. I tried these by Jobst.. there are built in elastic bands around the ankles cuts off circulation. return and getting more Juzo knee high...
JOBST RELIEF KNEE HIGHS 30-40 mmhG, February 5, 2018 By DONNA (BIXBY, OK)(Verified)
ALLOWS ME TO WEAR MY FAVORITE SOCKS OVER THESE KNEE HIGHS, WHICH IS WHY I ORDERED THESE. VERY COMFORTABLE. I HAVE SMALL FEET SO THESE ARE A LITTLE LONG ON THE FOOT BUT NOT A PROBLEM.
Review, October 12, 2017 By Anonymous(Verified)
I am happy to say the stockings have worked out well!!!!! Wearing them gives me peace of mind. Thank you!!!!!
Jobst relief knee highs 30-40, May 4, 2017 By Anonymous (Warwick, RI)(Verified)
They work very well
Jobst relief knee Hights 30-40 mmhg, February 21, 2017 By emily Nerbonne (Canby, CA)(Verified)
it seems like although these were supposed to be the same size i have always gotten, they were somewhat smaller. Otherwise i like the hose very much.
Jobst compression hose, January 23, 2017 By Sally Gordon (Gainesville, GA)(Verified)
I have been wearing these socks for 16 years, and will continue to do so for the rest of my life. Every time I get replacement hose I am sorry I waited so long! They are so comfortable, no wrinkling etc. It seems like you keep improving your product, if possible. I know it sure has changed my life, I could hardly walk at all without them, and perform like a normal person with them. Thank you so much!
Jobst relief knee highs, January 6, 2017 By Anonymous (REPUBLIC, WA)(Verified)
I've used these for years. Your price beat our local pharmacy by alot, especially on sale.
Great compression, November 1, 2016 By Anonymous (Las Vegas, NV)(Verified)
I'm a dealer and these socks save my legs!
Jobst Relief Knee Highs, October 5, 2016 By Anonymous (Tucson, AZ)(Verified)
I love these knee highs with the open toe option. The beige color allows me to wear them with capris and unless your close you don't even know they are there. The knee highs are comfortable and easy to pull on. Thanks!
Awful, August 5, 2016 By Anonymous (Englewood, CO)
I don't like these knee highs at all. The fabric is not as nice as it used to be. And the elastic at the toeless end is not secure and bunches up under my foot constantly during the day.
Nice fabric, but slighly loose, July 7, 2016 By Anonymous (Hamilton, ON)
These Jobst socks have a nice fabric, fine weave, and natural beige colour. Nonetheless, I have a small build, and I found even size small to be too loose in the foot, ankle, and calf. I prefer the Allegro value brand, which is tighter.
Jobst Relief Knee Highs, May 9, 2016 By Nancy Thompson (Tucson, AZ)
Love these comfortable knee highs. Easy to care for and easy to wear. I prefer the open toe version - increased comfort and even allows me to wear sandals. The beige color doesn't draw attention to the fact that I am wearing compression stockings. Have tried other brands, but keep coming back to Jobst Relief.
These are quite comfortable. I have only had them for a couple weeks now. It feels like they are going to last too!
Great socks but short lived, January 25, 2016 By Diane (Jefferson, WI)
These socks are great as far as comfort to wear, ease to put on, and price. I have purchased at least ten pair over the last year. The problem is that the heels tend to rip after 6-8 wearings :-(
JOBST KNEE HIGHS, December 29, 2015 By RICHARD MORRIS (BRAINTREE, MA)
I HAVE BEEN BUYING THESE STOCKINGS FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS AND HAVE NEVER HAD ANY PROBLEM WITH QUALITY OR DELIVERY.
Jobst Relief Are the Best, December 23, 2015 By John Justus (Bethesda, MD)
These Jobst Relief brand compression stockings w/open toe are the best stocking value for the money and, as far as I am concerned, just as good as the way-too-expensive Sigvaris stockings, which I wore for many years!! They are durable and easy to care for. I don them with rubber gloves I buy at the DOLLAR Store. I just wish BrightLife would stock and sell the silk socklet that slips over your foot, toes, and instep and comes up around the back of the heel as a donning aid, instead of all those ridiculous contraptions that they currently sell as donning aids!!
Helpful, December 17, 2015 By Don (Potomac, MD)
I was diagnosed with venous insufficiency a few years ago and began my on and off odyssey with compression stockings. I tried several different styles. The first brand constricted my toes and then I tried some open toe socks by Jobst but they were even more constricting. They last for a longer time than the first brand I tried. I have come back to these as helpful and find this version of closed toe sock doesn't constrict my toes. On my last trip to the vein surgeon my test report was that there is no longer any venous insufficiency. I don't know if the first diagnosis was in error or the socks cured it but I'm happy.