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  • "I ordered a couple of pairs of these (the skeleton legs, the all-over skulls). I got them in two different sizes, just in case I was wrong on my size. And they are perfect. They're comfortable and they don't pinch or bind anywhere. I had my knees replaced, so I have scars that go down beyond my knees and these don't rub on them or tighten. They stay up with very minimal need for pulling them up."——Giles

  • "These wide-calf compression socks are amazing! They go on easily and don't cut off my blood supply... even when I forgot and wore them for 20 hours straight. I've only washed them twice, but they still look and feel like new. I'm going to order more because I want to wear them every day."——Stephanie

  • “I just received these last evening. I put these on to try right away. I like how easy they were to put on. I bought 4 pairs and have worn a pair all day. They are not tight. I can feel them working I think, I like them a lot. am so thankful I ordered these to try. So give them a try and hope you will be surprised as I am. I can even walk better after being on my feet a lot today.”——Ashley

  • “I absolutely love these compression socks!!! These are the best, most affordable socks I've ever had. I naturally have wide calves and for years I've worn compression socks due to edema. The right ones really do make a difference...not only in comfort, but also in reducing swelling / helping with circulation.”——Lisa

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We use lab-tested True Graduated Compression™ in our socks. Clinical research has shown that graduated compression increases circulation preventing swelling, soreness, and inflammation of the legs and feet. Get all the benefits of compression socks today!

Frequently Asked Questions

What are compression socks?

Compression socks are specialized socks that apply gentle pressure to your legs, ankles, and feet. They are designed to improve blood flow and circulation, reduce swelling, and relieve pain and discomfort.

Plusock is committed to providing plus size people with suitable compression socks to help them relieve feet problems.

How do compression socks work?

Compression socks work by applying graduated pressure to the legs, ankles, and feet. The pressure is highest at the ankle and gradually decreases up the leg, helping to improve blood flow and circulation.

What is the compression level for Plusock Compression Socks?

We offer socks in two compression levels.

  • Our socks offer a moderate, 18-25 graduated compression that’s intended to feel like a warm, gentle hug on your legs.
  • Our socks offer a moderate to firm, 20-30 graduated compression which is a medical grade compression level and often comes as a prescription or recommendation by a healthcare provider. Commonly used for moderate edema, lymphedema, Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), pre and post-surgical applications, moderate spider and varicose veins.

Are these socks supposed to feel tight?

Yes, they should feel like a really comfortable hug (we call it 'the squeeze') but you shouldn't feel pain or discomfort. It may take a week for your legs to adjust and you may feel a throbbing sensation (that mean's they're working). It's important to find a compression level that addresses your health goals while minimizing discomfort.

How often do I wear compression socks?

The frequency with which you should wear compression socks depends on your individual needs and circumstances.

If you are wearing compression socks for a specific condition, such as varicose veins or edema, your doctor may recommend a specific schedule for wearing them.

In general, compression socks can be worn every day, but it's a good idea to take them off at night to allow your skin to breathe and to prevent irritation or discomfort.

If you are wearing compression socks for sports or exercise, you may want to wear them during the activity and for a period of time afterward to aid in recovery.

How do I know what size I am?

Check out our sizing guide to find your size and your perfect fit!

Compression Socks

How to measure your size?

By accurately measuring your ankle circumference, calf circumference, and leg length, you can choose compression socks that fit comfortably.

Measuring the circumference of the ankle

Begin by measuring the circumference of the smallest part of the ankle, usually above the ankle bone. Use a soft tape measure and wrap it tightly around your ankle, but not too tightly. Make sure the tape measure is parallel to the ground for accurate measurements.

Measuring calf circumference

Measure the widest part of the calf. Place the tape measure around the calf muscle, making sure that the tape measure fits snugly around the calf muscle but doesn't feel constricting. Keep your leg relaxed while measuring and make sure the tape measure is level.

Length Measurement

Measure the length from the heel to the bottom of the knee. The right size ensures that the compression stocking provides proper coverage and support over the length of the leg.

Use a size chart to determine the right size

When purchasing compression socks, choose the right size based on your leg circumference and compare it to the size chart. Ensure that the compression stockings are as effective as they can be. This is because they determine the size that provides optimal compression without being too tight or too loose.

Please note: This size chart is just an example. Please select the correct size according to the size chart on product page.

Bras

How to measure your size?

A great-fitting bra is essential to ensure your clothes fit properly, are comfortable and look their best. Here's how to measure for your bra size:

  1. Wrap the tape measure around your chest, just beneath the breasts. This is your BAND SIZE. Example: 38"
  2. Wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your breasts. This is your BUST SIZE. Example: 41"

How to Verify Your Bra Size?

  1. Subtract the band size from the bust size. Example: 41"-38"=3"
  2. Find the final number below to get your CUP SIZE. Example: 3" = C cup

  1. Your BRA SIZE is your band size plus your cup size. Example: 38C
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