Jobst Compression Stockings
You can benefit from Jobst® compression hosiery whether you suffer from tired aching legs because you spend too much time standing or sitting, or suffer from more serious problems like swelling and venous disease. We fit all genders, shapes and sizes from tall to petite, large frame to small. We offer a wide range of colors and styles to meet your needs. Our certified technicians will make sure you get the perfect fit.
- Jobst has created the sheerest hose available by using the finest yarns, and the most lightweight materials. The reinforced toe and sheer heel make the UltraSheer the most durable, yet practical support hose on the market.
- The UltraSheer Knee High support stockings offer a soft, wide, non-constricting band.
- The UltraSheer Thigh High support stockings are designed with a floral lace silicone band.
- The UltraSheer Pantyhose offers a French cut panty, and a wider, more comfortable waistband.
- The UltraSheer Maternity Pantyhose is designed with a brief style panty and an expandable tummy panel.
Women’s stylish see-through support and compression hosiery, UltraSheer stockings provide comfort and fashion with medically effective compression. Features include a contoured foot design with a relaxed toe cap and enlarged heel pocket. In knee-high, thigh-high, and pantyhose. Some styles and compressions are available in regular and petite lengths. Closed toe, except for the 15-20mmHg knee-high which is available with an open toe.
JOBST FOR MEN:
Jobst ribbed-style dress socks have special microfibers to wick moisture away from the skin and keep your feet dry. Available in knee-high and thigh-high styles.
Jobst Opaque stockings are smooth, ultra-soft, and easy to wear. The durable hosiery effectively conceals blemishes, scars, and varicose veins. In knee-high, thigh-high, and pantyhose. Open or closed toe.
Relief is Jobst’s unisex economy line, available in 15-20, 20-30, and 30-40mmHg compressions. These stockings are made from a plainer fabric and with less spandex than other Jobst hosiery. In knee-high, thigh-high, and pantyhose, with closed or open toe.
Jobst Active knee-highs have a fully cushioned foot, comfort top band, and seamless toes to minimize friction. The dri-release yarn feels like cotton and wicks away moisture to keep your feet dry and comfortable. Unisex sport and athletic support socks in 15-20 and 20-30mmHg compression. Black or white.
SensiFoot offers protection to feet suffering the effects of diabetes or arthritis. Available in either crew or knee-high lengths. This sock features smooth and flat toe seams to reduce irritation and pressure on the toes. 8-15mmHg only.
JOBST ARMSLEEVES, GLOVES AND GAUNTLETS:
WEARING COMPRESSION FOR THE FIRST TIME
The first few times you wear your compression garment you will notice the ‘squeeze’. It is OK to begin wearing your stockings gradually. Try wearing them for just a few hours the first day and then increase the number of hours each day until you can wear them comfortably throughout the day while you are up and about. Check your stockings periodically to smooth out any wrinkles as the fabric may move during the day. Remove your stockings before going to bed. If you find that compression stockings are difficult to put on, please see our Donning Suggestions and Donning Aids.
It is important to wear your compression garments everyday. Compression stockings and sleeves manage an on-going problem. When you remove your compression garment the condition responsible for your symptoms is still there. Failure to wear your stockings or lymphedema garment may cause your condition to become more severe.
Hand or machine-wash with warm water and mild soap or detergent, or Jolastic® Washing Solution. No chlorine bleach. Warm water rinse. Hang or lay flat to air-dry. May dry in a dryer on low heat or delicate setting. Placing your stockings in a mesh laundry bag will help protect them during the wash cycle.
REPLACING YOUR GARMENTS
The elastic fibers of your compression garment stockings will break down with wear. Proper care will increase the “life” span of your stockings, but you will need to replace your stockings or sleeve at about every 3-6 months depending on how often you are wearing and how you are caring for your garment. As a general rule, if your garment becomes easy to put on, it probably needs to be replaced.