Jobst Ultrasheer open toe knee highs provide the perfect combination of fashion, comfort, and style. Available in three colors and regular length only.
This stocking provides 15-20mmHg of gradient compression that helps improve blood flow and prevent minor ankle, leg, and foot swelling. They also help reduce the discomfort caused by minor varicose and spider veins. Woven from 75% nylon and 25% spandex in Mexico.
Fit Perfectly and Keeps my calf/foot from Swelling, July 25, 2015 By Te-see Bender (Van Nuys, CA)
Jobst UltraSheer Open Toe Knee Highs are the best for keeping my lymphedema at bay. They are light weight and don't make my leg feel hot in the summer. I wear them every day to keep my leg from swelling. They work!
Jobst ultra sheer Open toe knee High, October 31, 2013 By Teresa Wagner (Olympia, WA)
These are very comfortable and make my legs feel great! The open toe is great for me because of a bunion. I would buy these again and again!
Horrible - too tight…, September 10, 2012 By Anonymous (Hilton Head Island, SC)
Horrible - too tight too short - impossible to get on. At the same time as I purchased these I bought Jobst closed toe stockings in the same size. They fit perfectly and were very comfortable. I've already ordered two more pairs of these.
I am delighted with…, April 25, 2012 By Anonymous (Boerne, TX)
I am delighted with my support hose. I have not received the black ones however. Very good customer service.
Great quality (expen…, September 8, 2011 By Anonymous (Ashburn, VA)
Great quality (expensive!) and great service feel wonderful on...but VERY tight and hard to get on...so got one size large then my shoe size on second try. I bruise VERY easily my leg became bruised but less so with the larger size. Bruising is not a problem most folks would have I suspect however. PLEASE consider making the SUPPORT knee highs as open-toed...I don't really need compression knee-highs and the covered style only on the support knee highs created a large toe nail issue for me.
The width of the ban…, April 19, 2011 By Anonymous (Topeka, KS)
The width of the band is less than that of the more traditional closed and open toe Jobst socks -- find that it rolls down more frequently and doesn't fit as well below the knee.
I liked one pair of…, July 31, 2009 By Anonymous (Union, SC)
I liked one pair of the Jobst open toe but they pinch my leg near my knee.