With Core-Spun, you don't have to struggle to get into your support stockings. Ultra stretchy yarns make this sock easy to put on, and that same elasticity makes this sock really comfortable to wear. Graduated compression of 20-30mmHg is designed to treat mild to moderate varicose veins, spider veins, edema (swelling), and venous insufficiency.
Core-Spun stockings are made by twisting polyester fibers around an inner core of Lycra, creating one soft, elastic thread. Black and navy socks are made using X-Static Silver polyester, white and khaki using CoolMax polyester. The result is a support sock that is soft, comfortable, really easy to put on, and cool. White and Khaki: 57% polyester, 28% nylon, 15% Lycra. Black and Navy: 57% polyester, 23% nylon, 17% Lycra, 3% X-Static. Made in USA.
Feels more like sock than compression product, February 18, 2018 By Anonymous (New York, NY)(Verified)
I like the name/compression sewn into instep. You can position while pulling on without just looking at heel. I would interchange more with other brand I use if higher compression (30-40). As is used when easier application needed. To me may seem more difficult to remove. Once you are committed to using these products and get the technique/rythm down, the benefits proove themselves. I happen to have arthritis/neuropathy/missing partial thumb joints in hands and these go on fine and dont bind much at top of calf. Well done (and BLD support fantastic)!
Sturdy, dependable support, January 18, 2018 By Anonymous (Englewood, OH)(Verified)
My husband has been wearing these stockings for several years. I first picked them w/ help from Brightlife Customer Service. They are affordable and last. I put them in bags in washer & air dry. My husband wore them in his job when he was on his feet much of the day and has continued wearing them in retirement. They stay up and are easy enough to put on w/o any extra help.
Best Ones So Far, January 14, 2018 By Anonymous (Keystone, SD)(Verified)
I got these for my husband and he was the one who gave them 4 stars. He has tried several different brands and these ones are a little easier to put on and more comfortable. He likes the graduated compression. They were affordable which is a huge plus. The only thing wrong is that they still dig into his legs at the top. We are still on the hunt for the perfect compression stocking, but until we find it, these ones will be his go-to brand.
Excellent product; patients love it!, January 11, 2018 By Anonymous (Shreveport, LA)(Verified)
I recommend this compression sock frequently to patients and they love it. Easy to don and wears well. Compression gradient is comfortable. Good value for the money.
Knee length Support Socks for men, January 6, 2018 By Thomas Peters (Cinnaminson, NJ)(Verified)
Therafirm is the best product I have bought. Maintains its elasticity throughout, band at the top remains flat, does not double over, comfortable fit. Outperformed other brands I have used (Alegro, Jobst). Expensive but you get quality that lasts a long time. Have worn these compression socks for over a year with minimum loss in shape or pressure.
Good socks maybe just got better, January 22, 2017 By Anonymous (Englewood, OH)(Verified)
My husband has had a hard time wearing compression hose in the past & has had some in-person fitters give him poor recommendations. These socks have worked really well for him and this latest pair seems to have a less fuzzy fabric which should be an improvement. Gave 4 stars only because there are so many brands available and my husband has only tried a few.
Wow! These are great Socks!, January 21, 2017 By Kevin Keating (Whitewater, WI)(Verified)
I never had to wear compression socks before. They are expensive however their performance makes it a real value. I really like the way they feel and the results are tremendous!
Comfy, October 1, 2016 By Bethany (DAVIS, CA)
I ordered these on the recommendation of customer service. I had tried 2 other brands of knee highs. My problem was the top band cutting into my leg at the end of the day. These socks are so comfy and easy to get on. The top band was better but still a bit tight. I guess that is the way they have to be to stay up. The material is wonderful. I have already washed them (hung up to dry) and they maintained their compression and softness.
Heavy weight, September 18, 2016 By Anonymous (N. Grafton, MA)(Verified)
These were too heavy weight tube comfortable for me. I did not like the fabric.
I can get these on without contortions!, July 23, 2016 By Anonymous (Moreno Valley, CA)
Am so pleased with these. They take care of the edema very nicely and they're easy to get on. Even though they might seem a bit heavy to wear when it's over 100 outside, they're not that bad to wear. I even wear them to bed. But keep track of where your socks are, because if you have a Bermuda Triangle for socks, one lost sock will set you back over $20! ;-)
Support Socks, July 10, 2016 By Anonymous (Gladstone, MO)
Got these for my husband and we really like them.
Compression socks, June 18, 2016 By Anonymous (Gladstone, MO)
Once I learned how to put them on my husband, I like them. He does, too.
Best yet, May 12, 2016 By George Houser (Wakefield, RI)
I have been trying various support solutions lately. This is the best yet, especially in not forming a tourniquet at the top after a few hours. More comfortable than most too.
Therafirm Core-Spun 20-30 mmHg, December 16, 2015 By Anonymous (Chardon, OH)
They make my legs feel real good.
Therafirm Core-Spun Socks 20-30mmhg, November 19, 2015 By Anonymous (Chardon, OH)
when i wear the socks, they make my legs feel good. the swelling goes down. when i walk we go 3-4 miles a day, when i done my legs feel great.
rog, November 4, 2015 By Anonymous (Turners falls, MA)
very nice i always have a good exiperance
Satisfied, September 17, 2015 By Anonymous (Point Pleasant, WV)
I like them really well. They do roll down a bit, but not as much as other compression hose I've had in the past.
Best Support Socks, September 3, 2015 By Anonymous (San Antonio, TX)
These are the best support socks I've purchased from BrightLife. They are comfortable and easier to put on. Previous ones were too "rubbery" and required more pulling and tugging to get on.
Pure comfort, July 2, 2015 By Carol Hegstrom (Pocatello, ID)
Although I've bought the Core Spun socks with the cushion lining, I hadn't tried these without the extra cushioning. I needn't have hesitated. These ares every bit as comfortable and, because there's less extra in the toe area, they fit into my narrower shoes more comfortably. I noticed that the khaki colored socks are not quite as high as the white, black and navy ones. This is not a problem, however, even for my short legs! I find these so comfortable that I can even sleep in them. Washing instructions say that they are machine washable and dryer safe. Because mine is a gas dryer, even on low heat I remove the socks while still slightly damp and let them hang to dry completelywhich they do quickly. Next time these are on sale, I'll buy enough to have a pair for each day of the week!
Thera firm socks, May 27, 2015 By Teresa (MN)
I like theses socks, because they are soft and comfortable. They have nice support, but I found the tops too tight. The 15 -20 mmHg ones are much more comfortable at the top. I have had two knee replacements, so my knees are sensitive to pressure.
Therafirm, December 15, 2014 By Anonymous (Stuarts Draft, VA)
Finally, indeed! I've tried closed toe support stockings in the past and found them very unsatisfactory. Other closed toe garments tighten up in the toes throughout the day, and I had to take off my shoes to pull the toe box forward multiple times a day. Next, I tried open toe support hose with a light weight sock over the stocking. Better. But these Therafirm Core Spun Support Socks 20-30mmHg are the BEST!! One simple sock, has a roomy toe box, and they don't slide down! Extremely comfortable! My legs feel energized all day, even while walking on the treadmill! And I can wear the navy and black Therafirm socks with long skirts, instead of colored hose.
20-30 core-spun, November 7, 2014 By Anonymous (Turners falls, MA)
They are everything you said that they were
Therafirm core- spun socks, September 30, 2014 By Anonymous (Chardon, OH)