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Celeste Stein Therapeutic Compression Socks, Mini Harlequin, 15-20 mmhg, 1-pair
67.96 SAR

Celeste Stein Therapeutic Compression Socks, Mini Harlequin, 15-20 mmhg, 1-pair

by  Celeste Stein, Small Medical Equipment -  480 ratings

67.96 SAR 

+ 19.73 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
International Product from Amazon.com. Ships from and sold by Amazon Global Store US.
Main Features:
  • Printed and fahionable; One size fits most women shoe sizes 5-11
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    Brand
    Celeste Stein
    Color
    Mini Harlequin
    UPC-A
    844857005166
    Item EAN
    2724600098165
    ASIN
    B00CPO5JFK
    DG
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    Description:

    • Printed and fahionable; One size fits most women shoe sizes 5-11
 

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  • If you're going to wear compression socks, might as well look like a superhero
    By Heroine in a Book on 10 May 2014

    Over the course of 12 months, I had two major ankle surgeries and also had to wear a wound vac for two month between surgeries, so my ankle has been pretty traumatized. It has been over a year since the last surgery and I'm still having a lot of swelling and stiffness, even with the PT I do several times a week and being mindful of keeping my foot elevated, icing, and so on. I decided it was time to stop being prideful and wear the Jobst compression socks I bought ages ago, which are hella sexy. They are a stunning shade "nude" that looks like a bad make up application on my leg, which makes it even more on trend when I wear shorts and skirts. Nothing says confidence when wearing shorts then old lady knee highs shoved into my Converse.

    It never occurred to me that compression socks could be cute OR fun. A friend tipped me off a couple of specialty sites for cute compression socks but the price point was in the realm of $40/pair, which for something I plan to wear every day was going to get expensive fast. It then dawned on us to check out Amazon and see what they had and here we are -- Celeste Stein Compression socks.

    I gave you the background of my injury so you know WHY I bought them but it might be also helpful to know I'm tall (6') curvy girl who wears a size 11 shoe and size 20 pant. My legs are tree trunks. The Jobst 20-30mmhg pair I have is in a size XL, which is just slightly too big. I was nervous about buying the Celeste Stein as they are "one size fits most" and several reviewers said if you were in the bigger category, these might not work.

    Overall: For the price point and choices, these are great. I'm buying several more so I can rotate them through the week. I'm going to keep the Jobst Old Lady Sexy Nude pair for those special occasions.

    Pros:
    Price point
    Color choices
    Hold up well to long days (feet and ankles were noticeably less swollen and felt like I could go dancing all night)
    Easy to care for
    Fits fairly well for those of us with big calves (17.5")

    Cons:
    Cheaply made
    Seams don't match. (I may have watched far too much Project Runway but with prints, it is lazy as hell to not match seams)
    The colors /prints do not do well with ANY stretching
    Toe/heel box doesn't exist - it's just a seam for you to adjust, which is annoying
    The band at the top is a slight too narrow
    Sizing: You'd get a lot more customers if you think about those with smaller feet AND bigger feet. These fit okay on me, but anyone with a larger foot / calf is going to not have the same luck

    (I gave three stars because of the quality, sizing, and seaming.)

    101 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Game changer on international trip!
    By CJ Ping on 03 November 2015

    These are my first compression socks. Love the fit and the pattern on these socks. Easy care - hand wash, dry quickly. Knee socks, band at top just right for me, as it did not roll, pinch or slide down my legs. Tube sock style without heel and toe built in. Great on a long trip to control swelling.

    14 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Works great for me
    By Larry Smiley on 22 November 2016

    My doctor recommended these stockings. I have a spinal cord injury and am paralyzed from my waist down. I have had multiple blood clots in my lungs. My legs swell to twice their size by noon. I tried the 15-20 mmhg that my doctor recommended and I could not believe how well my legs looked after wearing them for one day. I purchased 5 more pair with different colors and patterns. The "lace" designs are beautiful for dressier occasions. I an on the small side, wear a size 6. The stockings are just the right size for me.

    8 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • The cutest
    By Dorayme on 28 May 2019

    I have entered that time of life when I use compression socks with travel and long days, yet I am quite a ways from being grandmotherly and definitely don’t desire to look like I need the help, read vain.
    So I was delighted a few years ago when I discovered that compression socks could be cute and functional.
    Celeste stein compression socks are more like compression hosiery. They have compression, but it isn’t high. It’s perfect for someone like myself who doesn’t need one of the higher compression ratings for a medical issue.
    I have worn these on flights, for leisure walking, while on long road trips, and even in Haiti on a mission trip. They perform well, are easy to hand wash, and really help with swelling feet and foot/leg fatigue.

    1 person found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • These are super fun compression socks
    By Rosalind on 05 December 2016

    These are super fun compression socks! I really enjoy wearing them. I have a womens size 12 foot so maybe I wear these out faster than someone with a smaller foot. I have several pairs of these and some seem to last longer than others. I would recommend washing by hand and hanging dry, they last a whole lot longer that way, They do cause your feet to sweat in your shoes, so I tend to use powder in my shoes when I wear these. People think that I have tattooed legs when they see them and they are a great conversation piece. I just wish these were made in a heavier mmHg, the heavier fabric seems to last longer. The color tends to fade on the foot portion due to sweat and rubbing in shoes. I always recommend these to people who like a light support hose.

    2 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

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