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Sigvaris 230 Cotton Knee High Open Toe (20-30 mmHg)
Sigvaris 230 Cotton Knee High Open Toe (20-30 mmHg)
Sigvaris 230 Cotton Knee High Open Toe (20-30 mmHg)
Sigvaris 230 Cotton Knee High Open Toe (20-30 mmHg)
Sigvaris 230 Cotton Knee High Open Toe (20-30 mmHg)

Sigvaris 230 Cotton Knee High Open Toe (20-30 mmHg)

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Regular Price: $79.95
Our Price: $63.96

If you suffer from skin allergies or have sensitive skin this sock is just for you! The Sigvairs 230 Cotton series is made of 100% cotton. Integrated with 25% Supima cotton the durable sock is double layered creating a durable and long lasting product life. The ball of the foot is knitted with a special pressure release for added length and reduction of compression. This allows for more comfort on the ball of the foot especially for those who stand for long periods of time. Designed with a slight ribbed look. Several Sizes available (View Size Chart)

Click here to access the Sigvaris Fitting Wizard to find your size





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Notes from our Certified Fitters:
Always contact your physician and or therapist to determine the correct compression strength for your condition. Sigvaris hose should be replaced after six months of normal wear. They start losing their effectiveness after that time. If they seem to be getting looser, than you are not receiving the maximum benefits of their compression strength.

Part of one of the largest variety of compression stockings in the industry, Sigvaris provides products that are ideal for every lifestyle and specialized need.

Measuring for Sigvaris Compression Stockings:

It is recommended that you mark the leg with a non-permanent, non-toxic marker at each circumference measurement made.

General Guidelines

  • Measurements should always be taken as soon as possible after waking when swelling is minimum
  • Measure next to bare skin
  • The measuring system is based on having the foot flat against the floor and the leg at a right angle to the foot
  • Measurements must be taken by pulling the tape snugly around the leg but without constriction
  • Measurements should be taken from the ground up



Measuring Instructions for Knee High (Calf) Style

1. Measure the ankle circumference at the narrowest part of the ankle, above the ankle bone. Use the appropriate series sizing chart to determine if ankle is Small, Medium, Large, or X-Large.
This should be your first measurement.

2. Measure the calf circumference at the fullest part of the calf.

3. Determine the calf length by measuring from the floor up to the bend of the knee. This measurement is taken on the outside of the calf.



Measuring Instructions for Thigh High and Pantyhose Styles

1. Measure the ankle circumference at the narrowest part of the ankle, above the ankle bone. Use the appropriate series sizing chart to determine if ankle is Small, Medium, or Large.
This should be your first measurement.

2. Measure the calf circumference at the fullest part of the calf.

3. Measure the thigh at the widest circumference.

4. Determine the thigh length by measuring from the floor up to the gluteal fold.


About Leg Health:

Many factors contribute to the overall health of our legs: heredity, weight, age, diet and activity level. But it's the internal function of the legs that also plays an important role: calf muscles, arteries, veins, and vein valves--the internal highway of blood and oxygen flow.

Your Circulation:
The flow of blood in the veins is assisted by a series of one-way valves. The valves remain open when the blood flows toward the heart, and then closed after blood passes through. Over time, an increase in pressure can stretch the vein walls. If a vein becomes enlarged and over-stretched the valves cannot close properly, causing blood to leak back down into the lower legs, resulting in poor circulation.

If this happens you may begin to develop symptoms, such as:

  • Heavy, tired, aching legs
  • Swollen legs and/or ankles
  • Sensation of warmth in the legs
  • Tingling or cramping of the legs
  • Dull or sharp pain in the calf
  • Small varicose veins and spider veins

Using Compression Therapy:
Graduated compression stockings and socks are important to leg health. They help minimize muscle aches, swelling, and symptoms of fatigue. Exercise and a healthy lifestyle will strengthen your legs, but wearing graduated compression stockings or socks will support the internal function of the veins.

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While we cannot administer medical advice, our Customer Service Team members are available to assist you with the ordering of any compression garment or other medical supplies. Our toll-free number is 1-866-774-9513 Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm CST (7:00 am to 3:00 pm PST / 10:00 am to 6:00 pm EST. If you prefer to correspond by email, our address is CustomerService@MetroMedicalOnline.com.

Sigvaris 230 Cotton Knee High Open Toe 20-30 mmHg
$63.96
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