- Manufacturer: Jobst - BSN Medical
- Product Name: Jobst Relief Knee High Compression Hose with Silicone Dot Band
- Product Number: Varies with size and options (see option box above)
- Style: Knee High
- Compression Strength: 20-30 mmHg
- Foot Style: Open Toe or Closed Toe
- Available Borders*: Silicone Dot Band
- Calf Width: Regular or Full Calf
Full Calf Available in Sizes Large and X-Large
Full Calf is best for individuals with a calf circumferences of 18" to 24"
- Available Sizes: Medium, Large, X-Large (View Size Chart)
- Lengths: Regular and Petite
(Petite is only available in open toe)
- Available Colors*: Beige
- Fiber Content: 74% Nylon, 20% Spandex, 6% Silicone
- Packaging: 1 pair per box
*The Relief Knee High 20-30 is also available with a Wide, Smooth Non-Silicone Border and additional colors. See the Jobst Relief section page for the links to these products.
Notes from our Certified Fitters:
Always contact your physician and or therapist to determine the correct compression strength for your condition.
The Jobst Relief line is the compression hose that we most often recommend to our clients looking for a more affordable yet effective compression hose. It is soft, comfortable, and durable.
Jobst Relief hose should be replaced after three to 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.
Additional Information as Provided by the Manufacturer:
From the #1 doctor recommended brand of medical compression hosiery, Jobst's Relief line ensures that healthy legs donít have to be expensive! Jobst Relief provides quality and efficacy at a moderate price.
- Traditional design with the highest performance
- Silicone Dot Band
- Easy to put on
- Reinforced heel pocket for added durability
- Open and closed toe available
- Closed toe has expanded toe pocket for extra wiggle room
- Available in regular or full calf
- 3-D knit structure uses air covered spandex yarn that is soft to touch and comfortable for all-day wear
- Latex Free
20-30 mmHg Indication Guide:
- Should not be worn without doctor recommendation
- Moderate to severe varicosities
- Moderate edema
- Helps prevent recurrence of venous ulcerations
- Superficial thrombophlebitis
- Helps prevent DVT
Note: These are examples of reasons to wear this level of compression. Please consult with your physician.
Jobst® Medical Legwear
The name Jobst® means effective compression therapy and quality. That is why Jobst is the #1 Physician Recommended brand. Jobst® superior reputation keeps patients and physicians coming back.
While therapy is Jobst's first concern, we realize that comfort and style are also important to you. That is why Jobst offer the sheerest hose in Jobst UltraSheer, the softest in Jobst® Opaque, Jobst® forMen created with men in mind, and Jobst® Relief, the lower cost brand.
Who Wears Jobst?
You can benefit from Jobst compression hosiery whether you suffer from tired aching legs because you spend too much time standing or sitting, or suffer from more serious problems like swelling and venous disease. They fit all genders, shapes and sizes from tall to petite, large frame to small. Jobst offers a wide range of colors and styles to meet your needs. If comfort, health and style are important to you, then you can count on Jobst, the #1 Physician Recommended brand in compression stockings.
Sizing for medical compression stockings is based on the circumferences of the leg. It is best to measure early in the day before swelling occurs.
Properly fitting Jobst compression stockings should feel snug at first. It may take a few days to adjust to the pressure.
- Compression garments are easier to put on when you first get out of bed, before swelling occurs.
- Remove rings and jewelry that could damage your garment
- Use gloves (rubber or vinyl) to help position the garment on your leg
- Make sure your skin is dry before putting on your Jobst hosiery
- Avoid rolling or bunching the fabric as this will create too much pressure in specific areas
- Apply a thin layer of cornstarch or powder to help the stocking (or sleeve) slide smoothly over your skin
- Apply moisturizer to your legs (or arm) in the evening - not just before putting on your garment
Wear & Care
Wearing Compression for the First Time
The first few times you wear your compression garment you will notice the squeeze. It is OK to begin wearing your stockings gradually. Try wearing them for just a few hours the first day and then increase the number of hours each day until you can wear them comfortably throughout the day while you are up and about. Check your stockings periodically to smooth out any wrinkles as the fabric may move during the day. Remove your stockings before going to bed.
It is important to wear your compression garments everyday. Compression stockings and sleeves manage an on-going problem. When you remove your compression garment the condition responsible for your symptoms is still there. Failure to wear your stockings or lymphedema garment may cause your condition to become more severe.
Please refer to the product label and/or package insert for full instructions on the safe use of these products.
The use of skin care products (such as skin creams, body lotion, or powder) as well as various skin types (such as dry or peeling skin) and hair growth may prevent the silicone band from keeping the stocking in place.
To improve the performance of the silicone band under the above conditions, we recommend the following steps:
1. Turn the Jobst stockings inside out before washing.
2. Before the main wash, thoroughly hand wash the silicone band using a delicate fabric detergent. Concentrate on removing any lotion, powder , hair or other foreign material from the silicone.
3. Follow the "Application and Care Instructions" included in the package.
Replacing Your Garment
The elastic fibers of your compression garment stockings will break down with wear. Proper care will increase the "life" span of your stockings, but you will need to replace your stockings or sleeve at about every 3-6 months depending on how often you are wearing and how you are caring for your garment. As a general rule, if your garment becomes easy to put on, it probably needs to be replaced.
All items over $50 ship for FREE!
Please be certain to contact your physician or therapist prior to starting any new compression therapy.
Overnight or 2nd Day shipping is available at an additional charge.View full Shipping and Delivery Policy.
This item will ship either UPS or USPS. Please provide a shipping address that can accept deliveries from either service.
Returns and Exchanges:You may try on an item for fit, but it cannot be worn and the original tags must be attached. We will not accept returns or issue refunds on items that have been worn, washed, have the tags removed, stained, smell of smoke, or damaged in any way. Please make sure all tags and packaging are exactly how they were shipped to you. The items must be carefully packed to protect the product and the packaging.
View Return Policy
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.
We recommend that donning gloves always been worn when applying your compression garments. These gloves have a gripping texture that makes it considerably easier to put on compression hose. Donning gloves also help to prevent tearing, snagging or putting a nail or finger through the garment. This is especially true with the sheer compression hosiery. Other people prefer to use a donning aid like the Juzo Slippie Gator or Mediven Butler.
To preserve the life of your stockings, we suggest using Jobst Jolastic Wash.