Open Toe Compression Socks Calf Support Men Women Toeless 30-40 mmHg – Affordable Compression Socks
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Performance Open Toe Compression Socks - Calf Compression Support!

Sale price $ 19.95 Regular price $ 49.99

Material: Nylon, Microfiber, Spandex
Care Instructions: Hand Wash, Hang Dry.
  • 30-40 mmHg Compression Strength
  • Dense structure excellently supports the varicose veins.
  • Optimal compression increases blood flow during a long flight and prevents swelling.
  • Flat seams secure comfort when worn.
  • The heel zone is strengthened additionally that extends the service life of the products.


  1. Reduce pain associated with calf strains, shin splints, and varicose veins

  2. Contoured, latex-free thermal/compression therapy and soft tissue support

  3. Exclusive 5-needle stitch for a flatter, cleaner and stronger seam

  4. Outer heavy-duty nylon fabric for durability

Helps to:
  • Protect veins during traveling or sporting
  • Chronic venous insufficiency
  • Lower limb varicose veins
  • Varicose veins during pregnancy
  • Rehabilitation 

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Camille Andreas

Love this company and the socks! Both my husband and I wear these socks when necessary and we both really like them. AND the company is also great! They really care about keeping their customers happy and healthy. They are Amazing. Highly recommend them 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Ohio bigfoot
life changer

I had fluid in lower legs and ankles due to poor circulation. I sleep in these at night and my legs feel 10 yrs younger and look normal again. CANKLES are mostly gone. Its worth 20 bucks to try them. Promise.

Love these

I bought one pair a while ago after I went through chemo. Love them so much I bought more since I was just diagnosed with peripheral artery disease. So comfy and really help control swelling since my job requires me to sit all day. Fantastic.

More Colors Please

I enjoy your open-toe compression sock and plan to use them cycling, however I find the color choice limiting.
I wish there were some high visibility offerings. They're mostly black with just a hint of color. When cycling, one's legs are in constant motion and often the most visible to overtaking vehicles. Most people are bending over to some extent as they ride which limits the visibility of even the brightest shirt.
A large splash of hi-visibility orange, yellow or green would be great. I've attached photo to illustrate my point.

William Howard

I just got them today. Put them on as soon as I could. Just now took them off. 12+ hours and they are the best I’ve ever worn. I glad I got two pair.