Scholl Flight Socks Black can help to prevent swollen ankles and relieve tired aching legs. Wearing compression hosiery can help reduce discomfort on flights and long journeys.
Use a Graduated Compression System:
– Advanced Hosiery Technology
– Cotton feel
– Comfort top
Compression 14-17 Factor.
Why You Should Wear Scholl Compression Hosiery?
Long Periods of inactivity, combined with the cramped conditions and dehydration which can occur on long journeys, can cause a number of circulatory problems including deep vein thrombosis (DVT) – blood clots. Scholl Flight Socks are medically proven to help prevent DVT by helping to improve blood flow. They also help to prevent swollen ankles and tired aching legs.
Scholl Flight Socks should be worn in place of normal socks throughout the journey. Always wear both socks and ensure that they are pulled up to just below the knee. See enclosed leaflet for correct fitting and care. It is important that the socks are properly fitted. If they feel too loose or restrictive such that it causes pain or discomfort during application or in use, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional for guidance. Please keep packaging and leaflet for future reference. Wash at 40°C (warm wash). Do not iron.
Normal ankle and calf sizes fit within these ranges. If you believe your ankle or calf size may fall outside these ranges or if the product feels too loose or restrictive such that it causes pain or discomfort during application or in use, discontinue use and consult a Healthcare Professional for guidance. To ensure correct fitting, Scholl recommends you measure your calf and ankle at the points indicated on the diagram prior to traveling.
Fibre content 72% Polyamide, 28% Elastane
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Do not use if you have serious circulatory problems such as arterial or venous disease. Please contact a Healthcare professional on the suitability of this product if you have any of the following: previous history of venous thrombosis (blood clots), superficial vein thrombosis, diabetes, severe obesity, reduced mobility including paralysed lower limb, heart disease, severe varicose veins, recent chemotherapy treatment, genetic blood clotting disorder (e.g. Factor V Leiden), or if you are pregnant. Do not iron.