TRUFORM Classic Medical Closed Toe 20-30 mmHg Knee High Support Stockings
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TRUFORM Classic Medical Closed Toe 20-30 mmHg Knee High Support Stockings

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TRUFORM Classic Medical Closed Toe 20-30 mmHg Knee High Support Stockings

  • Brand: Truform
  • Series: Classical Medical Stockings
  • Gender: Women's|Men's|Unisex
  • Compression: 20-30 mmHg
  • Style/Length: Knee High
  • Condition: Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)|Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)|Moderate/Severe Swelling|Varicose Veins - Moderate/Severe
  • Fabric: Opaque
  • Toe Type: Closed Toe
  • Color: Black|Beige|White
  • Size: Varies
  • Age group: Adult

TRUFORM Classic Medical Closed Toe 20-30 mmHg Knee High Support Stockings are designed to help relieve moderate conditions associated with poor circulation. Truform medical stockings feature classic styling and a smooth opaque fabric that helps conceal unsightly conditions. The closed toe offers a more natural stocking feel. Color options are basic neutrals for all-occasion wear. For men and women.

  • Therapeutic graduated compression
  • Non-constricting, soft stay-up top for comfort
  • Closed toe design
  • Standard and "super" sizes

Short Length is available in Beige only.

Fabric Content: 80% Nylon / 20% Spandex

Manufacturer SKUs:
8865BL-S, 8865BL-M, 8865BL-L, 8865BL-XL, 8865BL-2L, 8865BL-3L, 8865BG-S, 8865BG-M, 8865BG-L, 8865BG-XL, 8865BG-2L, 8865BG-3L, 8865SBG-S, 8865SBG-M, 8865SBG-L, 8865SBG-XL, 8865SBL-S, 8865SBL-M, 8865SBL-L, 8865SBL-XL, 8865WH-S, 8865WH-M, 8865WH-L, 8865WH-XL, 8865WH-2L, 8865WH-3L, 8865SWH-S, 8865SWH-M, 8865SWH-L, 8865SWH-XL

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Measuring Guide for Compression Stockings

Measuring your legs for compression stockings, support socks, support hose, and gradient compression hosiery:.

  • For knee-highs: measure around your ankle and calf. Then, measure the distance from the floor to the back of your knee.
  • For thigh-high and pantyhose: measure around your ankle, calf, and upper thigh. Then, measure the distance from the floor to your upper thigh (bottom of your buttocks). 

An Important Measuring Tip...
If swelling is an issue with you, measure your legs, first thing in the morning, after you get out of bed. This is when swelling is at a minimum, and the size of your legs should remain once the swelling is eliminated. Each of our compression products has a sizing chart on the product page.


Ankle ANKLE
Measure around the ankle at the narrowest point, generally above the ankle bone.
CALF
Measure around the calf muscle at the widest part.
Calf
LENGTH
Measure from the floor to the bend behind the knee.
Length
THIGH
Measure around the thigh approx. 3" below the gluteal fold (crease of buttocks).
Thigh
THIGH LENGTH
Measure the distance from the bottom of your buttocks to the floor.
Thigh

Sizes may differ between various brands of support stockings. Keep in mind that each manufacturer of support hose has their own sizing chart. A medium size in one brand of circulation stockings, may not be a medium in another. Some brands of compression stockings offer petite (shorter) lengths, while others do not. Knowing your measurements will ensure you get compression hosiery that fits properly and comfortably. 

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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Ted
    I highly suggest that anyone suffering from chronic circulation issues look into purchasing the Forte. I wear these all the time, and they've done a lot of good for me.
  • Author: Sandy From Arkansas
    These are definitely medical stockings that are actually comfortable. Lots of medical stockings I've tried do the job alright, but they really hurt. These however, feel great on my legs.
  • Author: Laura B.
    This line are my stockings on choice. I need something strong for my DVT, and these do the trick. They're comfortable too.
  • Author: Tori Robeson
    Low price tag and solid quality stockings are still being made in USA. What else can you ask for. One thing I forgot to mention. Only after a week of wearing them, I saw a significant decrease in my leg swelling!
  • Author: Sharon L Markee
    I've been trying to find a compression knee high that was comfortable at the knee, yet at the same time, have the compression tight enough at the ankles to prevent the swelling. I also needed to have them shorter in length because I had to fold them over at the knee, which wasn't comfortable at all and it hurt after a while. I think I finally found these TruForm Classic Medical knee highs in the short length that do the trick for me--they're comfortable and they're working. They are a little heavier in weight than the opaques [which you could use for dressy occasions], but for everyday wear, I would recommend these stockings, especially if you're on your feet.
  • Author: James W.
    I have been having trouble with in-grown toenails from the inward pressure from compression socks. These socks put much less pressure on the toes themselves but put good pressure on the calves and the rest of the feet. I like them.

    Also, these socks feel much cooler than most compression socks so my feet don't sweat like they do with most other compression socks.
  • Author: James W.
    Update: I had really like these socks in 2016 and ordered several pairs in different colours. It seems that around late 2016, Truform changed their material. A previouly smooth material became really course. Wearing the socks gave me big red marks on my skin where the now-course material rubbed against the skin. I have never had this problem with any other socks. I had to throw several pairs of the socks away.
 

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