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Compression Flight Socks

Compression / Travel Socks - Essential for all travelers or alternatively for those who experience long periods of inactivity. These socks help stimulate circulation by means of graduated compression and can reduce the risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis. Don't leave home without them.


Why do you need compression / Travel socks

  • Ideal for plane, coach, car and train journeys
  • Graduated compression Value Class 1, 15-19mmHg
  • Help to stimulate circulation
  • Can aid the prevention of DVT(Deep Vein Thrombosis)

Flight Socks can help to prevent Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), swollen ankles, tired aching legs and aid circulation.

Colour Details - All sizes are available in Black, Grey, Navy and Oatmeal. (call us is your size & colour isn’t listed)

Fibre Content - 63% Cotton, 27% Polyamide, 10% Elastane

Helpful for - Aching Legs and Feet and Poor Circulation

Please Note: These socks are not suitable for diabetics. If you have a lot of swelling we recommend that you check with a nurse or health professional that the compression is not too much for you. 

 

"FlightSocks.info" flight socks use a clinically proven graduated compression system to improve blood flow.

 

For many years this condition has been known to doctors and until recently it was believed that it only affected people of advanced years. It has now been proven that it can occur at any age regardless of physical fitness.

D.V.T's There is growing evidence that passengers on long-haul flights are at increased risk from developing potentially life-threatening deep vein thrombosis – DVT (blood clots).

Muscles and joints that become physically bored will feel tired, stiff and even ache due to inactivity. Sitting still for hours also inhibits poor circulation, and when the circulation of blood through your arteries and veins slows down, muscles feel weaker and tired.

Everyone is at risk, including those with no previous history of leg swelling (oedema). However, those at highest risk are:

 

 

* People over 40 years of age

* People over six feet tall, or under five feet tall

* People with varicose veins                                               

* People with heart disease

* People suffering from cancer

* Those with a history of blood clots

* Those who have recently undergone surgery

* Those who have had recent leg injuries        

* Women taking the contraceptive pill

What flight socks do?

"FlightSocks.info" flight socks use a clinically proven graduated compression system to improve blood flow, which can help relieve leg discomfort. These flight socks have the appropriate amount of support to help blood circulation, to help prevent the build up of excess fluid in the legs.

This is helpful as blood flow can slow down during long periods of inactivity.

SUBJECT TO MEDICAL ADVICE

IF YOU SUFFER FROM THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS PLEASE CONSULT YOUR MEDICAL PRACTITIONER:

If you suffer from circulatory or venous problems.

If you are already wearing hosiery specifically prescribed.

If you suffer from diabetes, phlebitis or arterial disease.

Consult a healthcare professional:

Customer Information

This information applies to "FlightSocks.info" flight socks.

If there is anything that you do not understand or if you need further information or advice, you should ask your medical practitioner who will have more details.

Take Care of your Flight socks:

Do not attempt to repair the socks.

If damaged, dispose and replace.

Hand wash at 40ºc and dry flat.

Do not dry clean, tumble dry or iron.

HAND WASH ONLY, DO NOT WRING, IRON, DRY CLEAN, TUMBLE DRY

Compression Rating -  Our flight socks offer an average ankle compression rating of 10mmHg and fit into the firm category based on the following table:

 

Criteria for description of support

Nominal ankle pressure (mmHg)

Light support

6

Medium support

8

Firm support

10

Extra firm support

12

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