After breaking both legs in a motorcycle accident 5 years ago I have tried all sorts of different sleeves and compression socks to help with inflammation and circulation. These are the best I've tried; extremely comfortable; can wear all day long without them slipping down or making your skin itchy. A little more expensive but you get what you pay for. A+
These are supposed to help with lymphedema, but they do not. Not nearly enough support. My legs felt like they were going to fall off after trying them. I tried them while I washed my other compression stockings. These were a big waste of money for me. Sorry!
I have tried many compression products over the years. Most are disappointing at best. However these leg compression sleeves are freakin’ awesome. Highly recommended.
I work at sea 12 hours a day for 28 days straight so my legs were always so tired with soreness in my knees.i wear them every day at work and my legs are not tired or sore at the end of the day! I also wear he arm sleeves as well and it greatly reduces my joint pain.I need a full bodysuit next lol
After 2 years of an occasional indescribable, uncomfortable stiffness in my full leg, and 6 months of the same feeling but constant and affecting my daily life, I can finally sleep and concentrate on things other than my leg. My doctor was perplexed by my situation and could only recommend stretching and a compression sock for the swelling. My dad came home with this a week ago and it genuinely changed my life. I've been able to sleep with little to no discomfort! Yesterday was the first time I didn't have it on during the day or while I slept and I woke up this morning tossing and turning because of the pain. So I got up and put this on and in 30 seconds I was out like a light and slept like a rock. I'll probably end up getting one for my ankle because it feels like it's missing out on the party! I wear this while I sleep but I occasionally wear it to work where I do a lot of sitting! It helps SO MUCH! And I can hardly feel that I have it on! I feel the compression, but it's comforting rather than annoying! Definitely worth trying if your pain has been labeled a lost cause!