Travel Product of the Week: VIM & VIGR Compression Socks

Do you worry about getting Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) when you fly? I do, which is why I drink a lot of water and try to get up every hour on flights. And when I travel with my dad on long flights, I usually get him compression socks.

For those looking for a line of high-quality compression socks that combine innovative technology and fashionable design,  are worth checking out. According to their website, “each pair utilizes advanced Gradient Pressure knitting technology to help support weak veins and reduce leg swelling, fatigue, and pain. The ultra-gradual 15-20mmHg compression starts at the ankle and goes up the leg, ensuring maximum comfort and effectiveness in order to help support weak veins and reduce leg swelling, fatigue and pain.” All of VIM & VIGR’s socks are listed with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and prices begin .


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