It's difficult to know whether compression socks with or without a zipper are best. While a zipper may make it easier to put the socks on, it is not the same as a carefully calibrated compression sock.
Here are 3 good reasons to choose compression socks without a zipper
Among the many reasons to choose compression socks without a zipper, there are three that EC3D can’t overlook:
- Their high-performance and multi-use design.
- Their circular stitching for a unique three-dimensional engineered compression.
- Their unparalleled comfort.
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2. Regular stitching:
Make an informed choice: opt for calibrated compression
EC3D leads the pack when it comes to calibrated compression socks (20-25 mmHg in active phase and 25-30 mmHg in recovery). They are designed using the same three-dimensional engineering technology as our compression garments.
Therefore, their function extends beyond improving blood flow:
- They promote the elimination of toxins after physical activity for a faster and less painful recovery (aches);
- They offer superior and more dynamic compression to the calf region, essential for minimizing the risk of cramps or pain due to periostitis or muscle strain;
- They stabilize the muscles from the foot to the calf and provide increased support for the arch of the foot and the Achilles tendon;
An essential: medical grade compression socks!
Important! Talk to a specialist before purchasing medical grade compression socks. A compression sock with a zipper is a little easier to put on, but it will not be as comfortable and may not have the same support to help you with foot, heel or calf pain. However, medical grade compression socks may be a requirement following surgery to prevent or reduce swelling of the area.
Check out the manufacturer's website, their expertise and do some research on their various suppliers. Look for suppliers from the health sector, as they will likely have a higher quality product.
EC3D guarantees the quality of its compression garments and socks. Plus our range of orthopedic products is reimbursed by the majority of private insurances and by the RAMQ, the SAAQ and the CNESST. They are also certified by Health Canada and the FDA as a class 1 medical device.