Sigvaris Compression Socks - Casual Cotton - Women's 15-20 mmHg

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Socks with gentle, graduated pressure that helps promote proper leg health.

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  • Sigvaris is devoted to providing you with compression socks that are both stylish and effective. Made from soft, comfortable materials, these compression stockings won't rub or chafe while you're wearing them. So you can feel good about relieving your tired, aching feet all day long.



    Size is indicated by women's shoe size.
    A = Women: 5-7
    B = Women: 7.5-9.5
    C = Women: 10-12
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