Therafirm Support Knee Highs are designed for men and women. Open toe style is great for warm weather. Wear with sandals or flip flops. Graduated compression prevents moderate swelling, relieves tired, achy legs and promotes circulation. Soft comfortable top-band keeps stocking in place all day.
Works pretty good, October 24, 2017 By Anonymous (OK)(Verified)
Initially trying to get them on was a bit tough. However, once you got past the ankle, they worked pretty good. Fit well and didn't bind like I was afraid they might.
Therafirm Open Toe Support Knee-highs, October 22, 2017 By Ellie (Zephyrhills, FL)
Great product! My legs feel truly "supported" the stockings reduced my swelling considerably. They look good too!
Does the job for me, December 17, 2016 By Carolyn Roland (Wilmington, DE)(Verified)
The color is right, the fit is right, so I will be back soon for more!
pretty good, September 17, 2016 By Anonymous (Lebanon, IN)(Verified)
The length is good. They are just a little binding around the top for me. A good stretch and lightweight.
Therafirm Open Toe 20-30 mmHG, December 27, 2014 By Anonymous (Troy, MI)
This was much too tight for me. It actually hurt my feet, good on the legs though. I thought by having open toe it would be better, but it wasn't.
Therafirm open tow support knee highs, November 26, 2014 By Anonymous (Peoria, AZ)
Even though we measured my husbands leg and ordered the size recommended, they were too small. He could not get them on. I will be returning them.
Nice stocking, October 9, 2014 By Anonymous (Temperance, MI)
They are very nice. They fit very good
Comfortable but delicate, June 27, 2014 By Sarah Lauer (Martinez, CA)
These compression stockings are comfortable, light and soft and a great value for the money. However, they snag easily if you walk on even a mildly rough surface so wear slippers when you are walking around the house. They are worth the extra precaution, however.
Frustrating, February 24, 2014 By Philana (The Dalles, OR)
I have been wearing Therafirm compression stockings for several years. Lately, no matter where I purchase them, the style is inconsistent. Sometimes I will actually receive the compression stockings, sometimes what I get is more like a knee-high nylon using the exact same item number. It's completely frustrating, and I've wasted a LOT of money because, of course, you can't send them back once you've tried them on, and/or the cost of return shipping comes out of pocket. I'll even get two different styles in the same order. It's ridiculous. This has happened four or five times now. I've tried contacting customer service, I even tried calling the company itself to see if I could track down the problem. No help anywhere. Consequently I am done with this brand, and am looking for another that's comparable to the original Therafirm stockings that worked so well for me. I suggest giving this brand a pass until they resolve their consistency issues.