Gentle compression of the ankle and calf can help reduce swelling when you fly, and offers support during long days of sightseeing. But many travel socks apply pressure equally from toe to cuff, which can feel restricting. Our merino wool travel socks feature gradual compression that starts at the ankle, plus they look like dress socks so you don’t have to sacrifice style for travel comfort.
Comments about Merino Wool Travel Compression Socks:
It was not my first experience to using the compressive socks. These socks are the best!!! I work as a taxi driver, usually I sit for 12-14 hours every days. After using these socks I didn't have any problems with my legs. Thank you very much!
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