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Jobst ActiveWear 30-40 mmHg Firm Support Unisex Athletic Knee Highs

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Jobst ActiveWear 30-40 mmHg Firm Support Unisex Athletic Knee Highs

  • - Product Type -: Knee High
  • - Injury/Condition -: Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)|Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)|Moderate/Severe Swelling|Varicose Veins - Moderate/Severe
  • - Gender -: Unisex|Men's|Women's
  • - Brand -: Jobst
  • - Other -: Closed Toe
  • - Size -: Varies
  • - Age group -: Adult

Jobst ActiveWear 30-40 mmHg Firm Support Unisex Athletic Knee Highs

Jobst is committed to getting people back on their feet by helping them fight their circulation problems - that’s why they’ve created Jobst ActiveWear 30-40 mmHg Firm Support Unisex Athletic Knee Highs.

These unique athletic support socks are specifically crafted for men and women dealing with severe leg swelling, chronic venous insufficiency, and deep vein thrombosis. Through innovative technologies like “Dri-release” yarn and 360 degree padding,  these Jobst athletic support socks will not only improve your circulation, but they’ll keep you cool, dry, and comfortable, as well.

Other features include a seamless toe and a comfort knee band.

Made from 58% Polyester, 20% Nylon, 10% Cotton, and 12% Elasthan/Spandex - Latex-free.

Available colors: white

The following are the corresponding Jobst catalog numbers for ease of cross-referencing: 110051 , 110052 , 110053 , 110054 , 110055 , 110056 , 110057 , 110058


Measuring Guide for Compression Stockings

Measuring your legs for compression stockings, support socks, support hose, and gradient compression hosiery:.

  • For knee-highs: measure around your ankle and calf. Then, measure the distance from the floor to the back of your knee.
  • For thigh-high and pantyhose: measure around your ankle, calf, and upper thigh. Then, measure the distance from the floor to your upper thigh (bottom of your buttocks). 

An Important Measuring Tip...
If swelling is an issue with you, measure your legs, first thing in the morning, after you get out of bed. This is when swelling is at a minimum, and the size of your legs should remain once the swelling is eliminated. Each of our compression products has a sizing chart on the product page.

Measure around the ankle at the narrowest point, generally above the ankle bone.
Measure around the calf muscle at the widest part.
Measure from the floor to the bend behind the knee.
Measure around the thigh approx. 3" below the gluteal fold (crease of buttocks).
Measure the distance from the bottom of your buttocks to the floor.

Sizes may differ between various brands of support stockings. Keep in mind that each manufacturer of support hose has their own sizing chart. A medium size in one brand of circulation stockings, may not be a medium in another. Some brands of compression stockings offer petite (shorter) lengths, while others do not. Knowing your measurements will ensure you get compression hosiery that fits properly and comfortably. 

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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Jack
    I'm a marathon runner in my 60's, and I'm constantly dealing with often severe leg swelling. There are many brands of athletic compression socks out there, but as far as I'm concerned, Jobst is the best. I've tried them all, and Jobst is defintiely my number one solution for this sort of thing.
  • Author: Pam
    Let me just say that my CVI prevented my from doing all of the highly physically active things I used to do. At first I tried the 15-20, and those didn't work too well, but once I switched to the 20-30, my pain was definitely easier to manage, and I could go back to my out-and-about lifestyle.
  • Author: Albert Rofe
    I was dreading wearing the knee high socks in the summer; it turns out that they are quite comfortable and not hot at all; I got usedto them in the first hour
  • Author: Hazel from Florida
    They are not bad, but not that comfortable and leave imprints of the ribbing on my legs after wearing them for a 12hr shift (I'm a nurse)
  • Author: Chris Samson
    Athlete or not, once you find the right compression level, you'll definitely notice that extra spring in your step. When I was socks-shopping I was specifically looking for a pair with moisture wicking properties - these truly work wonders with regard to that.
  • Author: Craig
    With the excepection of a few dress socks, all of the socks I own are Jobst athletic. They're just so versatile, and I'd really recommend them to anyone that's looking for an all around comfortable and casual sock.

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