Why do you need to wear travel socks/ flight socks?

Do you experience swollen feet and aching legs during travel? If yes, then Sorgen travel support socks is what you need.

  • Prolonged sitting may result in slowing of blood flow to the heart , raising pressure in the veins of the legs and slowing the circulation.
  • In addition , the low humidity, lowered oxygen levels and insufficient fluid intake can further lead to dehydration.
  • This can lead to pain and fatigue in the legs, swollen ankle and high risk of travel related DVT.
  • The risk of venous DVT according to WRIGHT*, almost doubles after long haul flights and other forms of travel such as car, bus and trains involving prolonged seat immobility.
  • DVT is known as a silent killer and is asymptomatic in approximately 50% of those who have it.

How does Sorgen travel support socks help?

  • Sorgen travel support socks helps to speed up the flow of the blood back to heart relieving pain, fatigue and swelling and reducing the risk of DVT
  • Sorgen travel support socks do so by offering graduated compression, i.e, by applying maximum pressure at the ankle, reducing gradually towards the calf.

 

How many types of travel socks do you have?

What is the difference between both the travel socks?

As far as the functionality goes, both the travel socks have the same compression level (18-21 mm Hg) and provide the same benefits. The only difference being the fabric of the socks. The Premium travel socks are made from microfiber which is more softer, easier to wear providing the unique all-weather comfort.

Which one is better?

This completely depends on your purpose of buying. If you are a frequent flyer and look forward to wearing the travel socks more frequently or value the comfort of the more you should go in for the premium travel socks.

On the other hand, if you travel less frequently and wish to wear it on for a short duration of time, then you can save on your pockets and buy the regular travel socks

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