Sigvaris Soft Opaque support knee highs hide veins and blemishes. They are also very soft, durable,
comfortable, and very fashionable. Take a look at the new Soft
Opaque line from Sigvaris. Double-covered inlay yarns for easy of
donning and removal.
Open toe in Nude and Black only
Lasting microfiber softness without chemical additives
Comfortable wide top band prevents rolling
Advanced moisture management keeps legs cool and dry
I love these socks. They fit well and are comfortable to wear. I will be placing another order shortly and I'm going to try the laundry bag as well.
A good decision, October 16, 2017 By Susan K (Tucson, AZ)(Verified)
I had been searching for an alternative to the men's Mediven socks I used to wear that are no longer offered in short. (I am female.) I've settled on this Sigvaris product and am satisfied. The socks are comfortable despite my considerable lymphedema. They are a little longer than I would like and they cut in at the ankle and knee by the end of the day, but I can re-adjust them. "Soft" is a good word for this style as the material feels very pleasant to the touch and the socks are reasonably easy to put on and take off. I machine wash them on a normal cycle, but in a lingerie bag; then I hang them to dry. One of the best things about this style is the Graphite color, which goes quite well with black, brown or navy pants.
Size matters, November 14, 2015 By Anonymous (Berwyn, PA)
As a petite female, it has been very difficult to find compression stockings that fit. The SS size that Sigvaris offers is one of the few that fit. I've tried Jobst, Juzo, and Sigvaris. The petite size for Jobst is too long. Juzo's petite size does fit, but the color and selection is very limited. Their beige does not even come close to matching my skin color. I am very happy with the color and size of the Sigvaris stockings. What else can I ask for? Stronger compression. I've used 30-40mmHg stockings in all three brands I mentioned above. Of the three, Jobst has the strongest, and Sigvaris is the weakest. The other negative about Sigvaris is that it seems to develop runs and pulls easier than the other two brands. Despite that, I do have to wear compression stockings for life, so I've decided that fit and comfort trumps compression and durability.
Sigvaris-"The Best Compression Stocking", August 5, 2015 By Kathleen Wood (Philadelphia, PA)
I have severe lipodema in both legs. These stockings work great. They are easy to get off and on, and they retain their shape when you wash them.
Sigvaris 843C Soft Opaque Knee Highs 30-40mmHg, December 26, 2014 By Margaret Peterson (Waxhaw, NC)
As always, since I have purchased your items before, good product, great communication and easy fast ordering and shipping. Your employees and other personnel are to be commended. Thank you again for another effortless transaction.