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    Made from the finest Italian hosiery, these soft, ladder-resistant pantyhose offer support and revitalising compression to help prevent tired legs.For greater accuracy, enter your measurements under the 'My Measurements' size option to have one of our advisors size you.

    £ 15.99 More
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    Our VR Florence 100 Tights are a revolutionary smooth and sheer option for compression wearers. They produce and invisible and elegant look that gives relief to tired legs and improves the blood circulation with light UK Class 1 Compression.For greater accuracy, enter your measurements under the 'My Measurements' size option to have one of our advisors...

    £ 18.50 More
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    The very best of Italian hosiery with the added softness of opaque microfibre. These knee highs are a high quality range of hosiery designed for women. While they look and feel like normal hosiery, their UK Class 1 graduated compression offers fantastic support and protection.For greater accuracy, enter your measurements under the 'My Measurements' size...

    £ 16.99 More
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    Our most popular set of stripes from our lifestyle range of compression socks. As a result we've developed it in extra sizes!Developed with a high cotton content in UK Class 1 compression, this sock combines comfort and fit with a bit of class.For greater accuracy, enter your measurements under the 'My Measurements' size option to have one of our advisors...

    £ 16.99 More

THE SCIENCE OF COMPRESSION




One week before running the Brighton marathon last Sunday (my first ever!), my Physio recommended Vital Active compression socks because I'd been struggling with my calves. Generally people say don't try something new on a race day but I decided I needed all the help I could get so I bought a pair of the VR Performa socks. They arrived the day after I ordered them and someone had even called to just double check that I was happy with the size I'd ordered. Excellent service. As for the socks them ...
Stephen Payne