For a better fit, new customers should enter their measurements under the "Enter Your Measurements" size option to have one of our advisors size you after you have placed your order.Sizing Chart
How to measure for compression socks: Sit the person down with their foot flat on the floor and their knee at a 90 degree angle. This contracts the calf so we get it at its biggest measurement. In this position, the person can measure themselves accurately or be measured by someone else. You want to measure the ankle circumference at the smallest point (above the ankle joint, not around the maleoli - just the skinniest part of the bottom of the leg). You then want the calf circumference at the widest part. Shin length is measured from the pit of the knee down to the floor. Height of the person in cm. Shoe size in UK sizing. You want the tape measure to hug the skin but not be digging in. If you have any difficulties or are unsure, give us a call on 0207 326 0900.
Read how to measure yourself correctly for our compression products.
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Class I compression (16-18mmHg)
Our VR Oxford range has been designed with eye catching style in mind all the while; keeping swelling down, and fighting leg fatigue from either prolonged sitting or standing throughout your day or travel. Sharp colours mixed with a professional look detail and medical compression means that they will finish off your outfit with class and comfort. Also helps to relive leg pain and swollen ankles.
The smart choice. Feels like a normal cotton rich sock. Designed for long haul travel and general daywear. An extensive colour variety.