There is a wide range of peoples needs for both non-binding socks and compression socks.  These utilitarian pieces of clothing can help you with maintaining good leg health with increased energy and comfort.


Non-binding socks are a non-interactive philosophy with circulation.  The purpose of the sock is to aide your circulation by avoiding pressure on the leg and reducing constriction allowing your own blood flow to move easier.

The non-binding socks do this by not having the elastic band at the top of the sock. Increasing comfort by avoiding the uncomfortable sock ring imprint.  The cotton in the sock shrinks in the wash then expands and conforms to the leg with the aide of the spandex and nylon woven throughout the sock.

If you haven’t tried wearing this kind of sock, here are some reasons you should try it now.

  • Reduced Risk of Irritation and Blisters
  • Decrease Unnecessary Pressure on Feet
  • Improved Blood Circulation

 Non-binding socks

Suggested Uses

  • Every day uses to maintain leg health and looks.
  • People with diabetes, neuropathy, circulatory problems or anyone who has sensitivity issues
  • Wide or swollen feet
  • Travelers


Compression socks are an interactive approach by applying pressure to the leg to stimulate circulation.  Increased blood flow can reduce swelling in the legs and ankles, increase energy and decrease fatigue and aches.

Spandex and nylon are the main materials used in compression socks.

By improving the blood flow in your legs, compression socks provide some key benefits:

  • Reduced leg soreness and fatigue
  • Improved performance and energy level
  • Reduced heaviness and swelling
  • Lowered risk of deep vein clots and thrombosis

graduated compression socks

 Suggested Uses

  • People who stand or sit for extended periods of time
  • Sports recovery
  • Varicose veins
  • Travel
  • Pregnancy
  • Swelling of legs and ankles (Edema)
  • Plantar Fasciitis