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Futuro Dress Socks For Men, Firm Compression, 20 30 Mm/Hg, Large, Black

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Description

  • Vein therapy helps relieve symptoms of moderate-to-severe leg pain and/or varicose veins or moderate ankle swelling
  • Graduated compression improves circulation with maximum compression at the ankle that gradually decreases up the leg to provide a restoring feeling
  • Massage-in-motion massages tired, achy legs as you move
  • Size : Large

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Customer Reviews

I think they are a great value for the PriceThese are my go to compression Sock, have used them for years daily. I get a solid 8 months of Daily use before signs of wear become an issue. I think they are a great value for the Price. Remember they have elastic in them for the compression so sooner of later they will begin to fail. But with the heavy daily use I put them threw is why I think they are a great value. I have had others that didn't last half as long. 5Great support at a good price.My husband has been wearing compression socks all his adult life. He has awful varicose veins and he knows what he likes, and he likes these! Reasonably priced compared to Jobst. Thanks, Futuro! 5Works Well for EdemaI work in a casual dress office, and most compression socks or hose tend to look like something my grandmother would wear. I have had to wear compression hose since my early 30's, and honestly, because of the "style", I do not wear them as often as I should. I decided to try Futuro's Restoring Socks for Men. They work great, and instead of being $30-$50, they are $10. For that, I can practically replace my old compression hose collection!My ankles and legs get really swollen as the day progresses, but after a day of wearing these socks, they still look normal when I take them off. They do not squeeze too tightly and they breathe. I have to be honest -- I need my donning gloves to get them on. I can't just pull them up like a regular sock, they way I could with my older hose. But they do the job they are suppose to, and they don't cut off my circulation or leave red marks in my legs, so I will gladly take the effort to put on the gloves for the minute or two it takes to get the socks on.These do not go by shoe size, but by leg mesasurments, and by using the chart on the back, I was borderline Medium/Large. I got the medium, and they fit great. They do require hand drying, but I wash them in a knitted bag with my bras, hang them to dry and they are good to go. I would highly recommend these socks, especially if you are a women looking for something that is more like a "normal" sock! 5Quality Support Socks Can Improve Your General Health Across The BoardPeople who need support socks are best aided by those that exert graduated pressures, meaning different pressures in different places along their legs. Most if not all support sock manufacturers advertise that their socks have graduated pressure. Nevertheless, I tried a brand that sold socks that looked like stovepipes and did not work out well. I tried Futuro Restoring Dress Socks and noticed immediately that they were shaped like a human lower leg. This encouraged me because I thought it was a sign that my new socks truly would exert graduated pressure. After wearing them for a few weeks, I realized that everything about my general health was improving. During a six-month examination, my dermatologist even noticed that my overall skin condition had improved. I had overlooked that possibility and was surprised. 5Very, very satisfied.I'm an 80 year old male, in relatively good health for my age. I was recently diagnosed as being pre-diabetic. I had noticed some discomfort in my lower legs, especially when I've been active during the day. The doctor suggested the support socks. My first impression was, nah, I'm not that bad yet. Then one day I was in Walmart for another purchase, and noticed these socks. Bought a pair and tried them. At first, they were kind of a pain getting them on and off, but gradually, they became a part of my daily routine. Now, I won't go without them. I bought more pairs from Amazon, and I think for a little less cost, and they ship them right to my door.There is no question, my legs are more comfortable now. Another plus, I no longer have to sort for socks that match my clothing. :-) 5gives good support and the socks remain in place all dayI bought a pair of black Futuro Restoring socks and a pair of Navy. Both are the same size and compression but the black pair is about an inch longer than the navy. The navy pair fits perfectly with the top just below the knee, gives good support and the socks remain in place all day. All this is true for the black pair as well except that the tops of the socks are up on the knee so have to roll them down to just below the knee - this creates a band that is a little constricting. Seems to me that both the black and the navy, since both are the same size and compression, should be the same length. Overall, excellent support socks. I giving the navy 5* because the pair fits perfectly but I'm only giving the black pair a 4* because of the length difference. 4Not just for men, great socks for womenI wear a ladies 8 1/2 shoe and have worn these men size medium dress socks for years with dress pants. Always excellent quality and fit. I machine wash and dry them and they have lasted for years. Love these socks. 5Great product at a great price to solve a real promblemThese socks are great for simple or even preset ant swelling . They are graduated having less compression the higher you leg you go . I find this is just the right compression for me and I have had persistent edema for the last ten years wearing the three times more expensive mid calf type . These socks sell for $19.00 at Walgreens where I have bought several pair . This is a great price at less than $10 . Socks don't last forever neither will these . But they will last as long as other men's dress socks . Longevity will be improved if you keep your feet as smooth as you reasonably can . The most important thing you can do for the socks to work is buy the RIGHT size for your foot . I suggest you buy a pair of the size you think you wear if you can't find their chart else where . Then use a measuring tape to measure your calf AND floor to knee . Using the guide on back of package to choose the most appropriate size and pressure . Do NOT just use your shoe size alone , proper fit is important to proper function . The guide on back also has recommended pressure for different problems . I wear the Large and firm all day . And they keep my swelling in check . NOTE I was using the much more expensive graduated pressure stocking before at about $38 bucks a pop and they did not look very manly , I would wear dress socks over the top to disguise them . While that may be what you need for the price difference I tried one pair of FUTURO and found they suited by needs just as well . For swelling in the feet and legs these work for me , I hope they will for you as this is a money saver . one more Note : If your feet have been swollen for quite a time it will possibly take a week or so to get your swelling reduced . 5Cheap compression socks - ladies nylons for menI ve purchased (spent half a fortune) many brands of socks this year and have documented the following virtues and drawbacks of my purchases in attempt to allow you, the consumer, to have an easier time than me navigating the sea of compression sock choices. Note that some are dress socks (best for dress shoes) and others are sports socks (sneakers or any sports related shoes cleats etc.). You could certainly wear the sports socks in a business casual work environment.A bit of background:I wear nothing but compression socks now and forever as recommended by my doctor after getting a Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) (blood clot in leg vein) earlier this year. If you have leg circulation issues (Do your legs fall asleep when sitting on a bench for awhile?) (Are your feet/toes constantly cold?), you may want to wear compression socks too.My father always wore support socks for work, (which is basically the same thing we call compression socks nowadays) to reduces leg/muscle fatigue. That s why athletes also wear compression gear. As far as I m aware there are no negatives to wearing compression socks so consider wearing them just for comfort. (Disclaimer: I am not a doctor so check with one if you have concerns).On to the reviews:Gold Toe Men's Firm Compression Support Over the Calf Dress Sock, Black, Medium ($13.50 Prime)Quality compression sock (Top quality like all Gold Toe socks)Excellent compressionThin dress sock (made for a dress shoe)True knee-high sockStays up nicely and doesn t dig in at topPerfect quality after several washesBest quality for the price that I have foundFytto Style 1067 Men's Comfy Travel and Dress Compression Socks, 15-20mmHg, Knee High, Large, Black ($12.60 Prime)Similar to Gold Toe but one notch down in qualityNot quite as nice feel as Gold Toe (closer to ladies nylon feel than men s dress sock)Shows some wear after several washesLess compression than others (15-20mmHg instead of 20-30mmHg like most others on this review list)2nd best quality for the price that I have foundFuturo Restoring Dress Socks for Men, Black, Large, Firm (20-30 mm/Hg) ($11.49 Prime - also sold @ Wal Mart)Austin House Flight Socks (Large) (~$12 inc shipping)Cheap compression dress socks (Futuro sold @ Wal Mart)Basically thick ladies nylons (not so nice)Slippery in shoe (nylon)Decent compressionTrue knee-high sockStays up reasonably well (falls only a few times a day)Digs in a bit at top band of sock (helps sock fall down less but can be uncomfortable)Quality fades after several washesTerramed Organic Cotton Graduated compression Men's Socks Dress Travel Performance Stockings (20-30 mmHg) (X-Large, White) ($24.99 Prime)Nice soft cotton feel (they are indeed cotton).Good compression.Thin sock (but not too thin)Runs small buy the next size up. (I purchased M or L for all other brands but XL for Terramed based on other accurate reviews that these socks run quite small)Constantly fall down - Not Knee high - Too short for me (and I m not tall only 5 8 ) Even though XL size, sock doesn t fully rise past calf therefore are constantly falling down to my ankles.After a few washes, they seem to have lost some of their elasticity and fall down even more now.Overall Great feel but based on socks constantly falling to ankles, I will attempt to return these socks. They need to be taller and need to somehow figure out how to make elasticity last longer (maybe a couple % less cotton and more spandex)Vitalsox Patented Performance Graduated Compression Socks, White, Large ($17.29 - $33 Prime depending on color (white is $20.21)(Seems to be very similar to Travelsox and Eurosocks brands found on Amazon)Sports style (a bit thicker than dress sock and much more cotton-like feel)7 color choices even purple if that s your thing!Italian made (ooh ahh)Excellent qualityExcellent compressionSoft feel (close to cotton feel)Stays up nicelyQuality holds after several washesI highly recommend (for sport style socks)Jobst Compression Socks Rolls Royce of compression socks get them if you can afford to! Too many varieties and links so just search for them by name.A note on Jobst These are the compression socks that you get at medical supply stores and range from low compression to crazy high medical compression. Jobst socks are very expensive but worth it especially if you can get medical insurance reimbursement (Doctors orders). (Price ranges from $26-$75 depending on variety)Jobst Relief socks are not the same quality as Jobst Medical socks and cost half as much but are just fine if you can t get insurance reimbursement.Great compressionRelief socks feel much more like thick ladies nylons than Medical, which feels like a fancy dress sock.Available in wide variety (thigh high, knee high, open or closed toe)I prefer the open toe, knee high Medical sock and I wear a standard sock over them.For long flights, I ONLY use my Jobst socks.I ve washed my Jobst socks several times and they still appear to be new indicating they might last forever!Jobst also makes a thick cotton-like sports sock called ActiveWear . These are fantastic socks as well but note that they are much thicker than other sports style compression socks. If you want thinner sports style socks then go with Vitalsox/Eurosocks.Bottom line: The Jobst are without a doubt the best but crazy expensive so I only have a few of them and ALWAYS wear them on flights. I use Gold Toe as my standard socks for work, and Vitalsox/Jobst sport socks for weekends. I don t plan to purchase any more Fytto, Futuro or Austin House socks. Feel free to throw a comment back to me if you know of any other quality brands that I should try. 2Have been wearing these socks for years!I have been wearing these socks for years due to DVTs that I got in one of my legs in 2013. I make a point of wearing them at work, when traveling, and even when running (5Ks and 10Ks). I sit all day at work in front of a computer, 8 to 10 hours and I wear them religiously. I love road trips and my drives are 6 to 12 hours. I wear them when I fly. I love to run and I try to wear them when running but not all the time. I usually do not wear them at other times, i.e. sitting around the house. These are the only brand of compression socks I have ever tried so I cannot say how they compare to others. When I got my first pair I struggled to get them on. It seemed nearly impossible and I wondered how people do it. Now, I do not think about it. They did take some getting used to, but now I wear them like any other socks and I do not think about them being any different. I am still using my first pair after six years, so they do hold up if you take care of them. That first pair does not seem quite as tight as the newer pairs purchased recently, but sometimes that is a good thing when I am not feeling like wearing socks that are quite so tight. Your experience might be different, but I would definitely give them a try. 5
Futuro Dress Socks For Men, Firm Compression, 20 30 Mm/Hg, Large, Black

Futuro Dress Socks For Men, Firm Compression, 20 30 Mm/Hg, Large, Black

4.5
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£50.00
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£82.00
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Save 39% (£32.00)