Designed with 25% Supima cotton, this compression sock is extremely comfortable and ideal for women with skin allergies or sensitive skin. The high-stretch knit construction, in combination with double-covered yarns, provides great elasticity, easy donning, and removal.
review, June 20, 2017 By Anonymous (Fishersville, VA)(Verified)
Thus far the stockings seem to be fine. I am concerned with the location of the toe seam. The seam enoys me and I am pre-diabetic. I have always had to turn my socks inside out to avoid the toe rub. I cannot with these because of the cotton interior. Open toe is not an option for me. You cotton stockings in the 15-20 mmHg range have flat seam and on the top of the toes.
Disappointing, February 20, 2016 By Anonymous (New York, NY)
I bought 20-30mmHg as prescribed by my physician, but found these too tight from foot to knee. (I've worn 20-30 in Juzo without problems.) This is the first time I've tried a full foot model, and I found the feet too short for comfort for my size 10.5 feet. Had to return them.
comfy, good fabric, May 22, 2015 By Anonymous (West Sacramento, CA)
I like these socks. Fabric is soft and stretches so can put them on. I will purchase another pair. My only concern was that I ordered Navy and got black.
Excellent product, April 30, 2015 By Anonymous (Niagara Falls, NY)
Love these socks. Fit perfectly and my legs feel great all day. Price is excellent. I highly recommend this product.
Sigvaris 232, July 29, 2014 By Anonymous (Taylorsville, NC)
I have worn several different brands of compression stockings & find Sigvaris to be the most comfortable. All of the others I have tried are tight or bunch at the ankle and are uncomfortable. Sigvaris does not do that. However, they say they will not roll at the top, but they do on my large legs. They are still comfortable, almost to the point that I wonder if they really help. If I go part of a day without them, I realize they are doing something! I just don't understand why they have to be so expensive. But since I have found these I hesitate to try anything else.
Ms, July 5, 2014 By Anonymous (Cave Creek, AZ)
I bought these because the Allegro Samba socks I have worn for years are no longer available. The Sigvaris socks fit well and appear to be made well. However, they feel heavier on the foot than the Samba socks and are much more expensive. I need a sock with cotton because of allergies but would like to find a less expensive alternative to the Allegro Samba socks.
Very comfortable wit…, May 4, 2012 By Anonymous (Virginia Beach, VA)
Very comfortable with the right amount of support and size.Color was perfect.
I have just received…, March 4, 2011 By Anonymous (Prince George, BC)
I have just received 2 pair of knee high stockings and 1 pair of thigh high stockings today March 5 2011. 50%nylon 25%spandex and 25%cotton. I immediately put them on and am finding lots of comfortable space in the toes the heel fits just right and it is a perfect length since I am 5'9".Thank you I will be ordering again.
Due to sensitivities…, June 13, 2009 By Anonymous (St. Clair, MN)
Due to sensitivities I need cotton support hose. The Sigvaris cotton knee highs are the BEST support hose I have ever bought. Comfortable lightweight supportive nice to look at stay in place easy to put on shall I go on. Oh and at a good price. I have bought cheaper support hose in the past but when you need serious support it is worth paying more. Also excellent service from Brightlife Direct.
Very comfortable. Ea…, April 14, 2009 By Anonymous (Phoenix, AZ)
Very comfortable. Easier to put on than the Allegro or Jobst but not quite as tight. The compression seems more comparable to a 15 -20mmHg. Long enough to reach the knee and not too short in the foot.