Collection: Men's Compression Socks


Let's figure out size and style first. They come in a variety of sizes so you'll find the right fit, and they're available in a variety of styles - pink stripes and other colors or pinstripe patterns so you can choose a muted shade that suits your outfit or something bolder that you can flaunt style of.

If you're an athlete in any sport like a runner, these can give you instant relaxation and stop swelling during exercise. The best compression socks for reducing swelling are 20-30mmHg medical grade compression. These are designed to provide immediate relief when you do have swelling and pain, and stop swelling in your legs and feet when you suffer from a lot of swelling.

These are also made of soft and comfortable moisture-wicking material. When you sweat, the moisture doesn't stay there and cause irritation. There's nothing worse than a runner's foot with swollen and blisters.

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They are strong enough to prevent hospital visits and surgeries, and will actively help relieve pain, swelling, and recovery from injuries. So, if you're standing all day, even if you're not, spend a few bucks and take care of yourself.

What to look for in men's compression socks

compression rating of socks

The main thing to look for is the compression level. No matter how comfortable or stylish they are, if you don't have what you need then you just bought a fancy pair.

Men's Compression Socks Relieve Leg Pain

Mild compression (15-20mmHg) socks will help you relieve pain. This level of compression can help if you have leg or foot pain, mild swelling, or varicose veins. If you don't notice any disease or swelling, but stand all day and don't want to take the risk, this can save you from getting hurt before it happens.

Lymphedema in swollen foot with compression stockings

Medium compression (20-30mmHg) socks are great for pain prevention and relief. If you're a runner and have had an injury in the past or have a lot of swollen legs, this is the type of compression stocking you can invest in. This level can also help with ulcers, thrombotic syndrome, and lymphedema.

Medical professional stretching man's legs

Sturdy compression (30-40mmHg) socks ideal for more serious injuries and for treatment. You should not use so much compression unless prescribed by a medical professional.

The comfort of compression stockings

men wearing men's compression socks while sitting

With proper compression, you need to find comfort. There's no point in wearing uncomfortable pinstripe casual socks all day, you're more likely to get annoyed by an uncomfortable sock and take it off.

Look for a soft cotton, wool-like texture that won't fray. Also, find some elastic in the sock so it compresses but doesn't hold your legs and feet too tightly. Lastly, look for some wicking that will carry away excess moisture. If water accumulates, it can cause blisters and chafing, as well as damage socks.

How to choose men's compression socks

Choosing men's compression stockings and gradient stockings is like choosing any other casual garment. But what else do you need to look for?

  • Follow our short buying guide above and you'll know what you need to find the right compression level.
  • Measure your calf and find the right size compression socks.
  • Set your budget and buy the right compression socks.
  • Look for suitable materials such as cotton and wool.
  • If you want to look nice and stylish, there are plenty of socks for the more stylish, from bright pinks or pastel colors to stripes, pinstripes and bold patterns.
  • If you have limited mobility, choose elderly compression stockings that are easy to put on, or use a sock dongle to help put them on.

With so many options, you're sure to find the right compression socks for your character.

How do compression socks work?

When blood is pumping around your body, it can sometimes be difficult to recover, no more so than your legs. Due to gravity, the blood is slowed down as it is pumped back to the legs to the heart. This can lead to swelling, illness and fatigue.

How compression stockings work with veins

Your blood carries oxygen and nutrients to your muscles, so keeping your blood flowing is crucial. This is where compression stockings come in. By putting pressure on your legs, they tighten your main veins, reducing diameter and increasing speed.

This pressure helps your blood return to your heart, where it can be refilled with oxygen and energy and pumped around your body. Athletes of any sport, such as runners - can suffer from leg pain, and these also help stop blood from building up in the legs and stop muscle swelling and soreness.

When is it important for men to wear compression socks?

There are many reasons to invest in compression socks. Here are 5 compression stockings that can come in handy for men.

Sitting - compression stockings can stop calf swelling

Compression stockings are often associated with standing all day, but if you sit all day, you may be at the same risk. If you work in an office and sit a lot, your calf muscles don't do much throughout the day, and they don't help pump blood back to your heart. As we talked about above, these can help pump blood back to the heart, reducing the risk of injury and swelling.

Standing - compression stockings can stop calf swelling

Compression stockings can help if you stand for long periods of time, whether you stay in the same position or stand all day. You might be a security guard or a nurse, or work in retail and you're tired. Wearing compression stockings can relieve fatigue and allow you to hold on longer without pain.

Exercise - use compression stockings to improve recovery

When you exercise, you are stretching and compressing your muscles. This helps build them, but can also cause them to break. If you're a runner and you wear them while working out, they help support your muscles and are less likely to get injured. You'll also find that you have more energy while exercising, which can reduce recovery time and prevent injury.

Injury - RICE stands for Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation

Of course, you can't prevent every injury, but you can help with recovery time. By wearing compression stockings after an injury, you get all the benefits, such as better blood flow, supported muscles, and more mobility. You can help prevent injury and also reduce recovery time.

Travel => sit + reduce stress => compression socks really help

If you travel long distances, whether for leisure or business, there is a risk of developing deep vein thrombosis or blood clots, especially if you sit for long periods of time. The next time you're on a long flight, wear pinstripes or any other style and take a risk while looking stylish.