On Trend Compression has a great range of funky styles that are clinically effective in increasing circulation and oxygen flow, decreasing muscle soreness and fatigue, minimising swelling, helping to prevent injury, varicose veins and minimising the risk of developing a DVT during air travel.

Compression socks are great for athletes (runners), people in healthcare (nurses) or anyone looking for recovery or need extra support. If you are on your feet a lot during the day, running, or sitting all day compression socks and sleeves are a great way to make sure your legs are getting the treatment they need.

All Crazy Compression knee high socks are quality light weight Micro Nylon which has built in comfort toe seam and a dual heel toe construction. This is true graduated compression which is 15-20mmHg will also have moisture control!

Our remaining range is Geo Compression Socks which provide superior medical grade Class II 20-30 mmHg compression support with comfort and style for achy legs! This range has a great blend of 17% nylon / 25% spandex giving you the support you need. Perfect for healthcare professionals that need to be on their feet for long periods.

FAQs

WHY WEAR COMPRESSION?

True compression garments helps by promoting blood circulation that helps with muscle recovery! Compression also offers great support for people on their feet or in their seats a lot during the day!

WHO WEARS COMPRESSION?

Our Compression is great for people in healthcare athletes,  or anyone looking to recovery or need extra support. Basically if you are on your feet a lot during the day, running, or sitting all day compression is great way to make sure your legs are getting the treatment they need.

WHICH COMPRESSION LEVEL IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

Compression stockings are medical grade devices designed to move blood flow. 

Support compression stockings are made available in multiple compression support levels. Most commonly compression support stockings come in mild (8-15 mmHg), Medium (15-20 mmHg), Firm (20-30 mmHg), X-Firm (30-40 mmHg) gradient compression levels.

WHAT SIZE SHOULD I WEAR?

We wanted to make it easy for our customers so our sizes are based off shoe size and our sleeves are based off height. See below for a break down.