Midtown Microfiber compression thigh highs for men are part of the Sigvaris Medical collection. These stockings are designed to ensure a proper fit, accurate compression, and the highest level of comfort.
Midtown is woven so 100% of the inside is microfiber. The more durable multifilament yarns are on the outside. This makes the sock extremely soft inside, and really easy to put on. The foot has a reinforced heel and no noticeable toe seam. The Sensinnov top-band is one solid sheet of silicone, no dots or stripes. This patented band is extremely comfortable on your skin, and keeps the stockings firmly in place all day.
This compression level is typically worn to treat mild to moderate venous disorders, edema (swelling) and varicose veins. Post-surgical and post-sclerotherapy.
They do the Job, September 17, 2017 By Anonymous (Issaquah, WA)(Verified)
Here's what my husband says: "These compression socks do the job without leaving marks so I know they are not making my circulation problems worse. They keep the swelling down and are actually comfortable. I wore them all summer."
problem with sizing, June 28, 2017 By Anonymous (brooklyn, NY)(Verified)
For some reason, i have a problem with the sizing, i cant get the size that i need, the length is always to long and that causes it to gather at the knee and it hurts after a while from the pressure.
Wonderful support, November 17, 2015 By William Waltz (Gunnison, CO)
I was told by my physical therapist that the Sigvaris Thigh high compression sock would help me heal after a knee replacement. She was wrong - it is absolutely essential. Helps with swelling, pain, and support when doing exercises. I don't know how I was able to survive the first knee replacement without them.
Sticks to itself, November 29, 2014 By Ron (Severn, MD)
Unlike other thigh-high stockings that have a band of silicone beads at the top, this model has a thin solid silicone band. This band folds over and sticks to itself, which makes it harder to put the stockings on. This change from previous models was NOT an improvement.