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Activa Class 1 Unisex Ribbed Support Socks

£14.26 (Inc. VAT)
£11.88 (Ex. VAT)
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Activa Class 1 Unisex Ribbed Support Socks

Activa Class 1 Unisex Ribbed Support Socks

  • UK Class 1

  • 14-17mmHg

  • Effective against DVT and Varicose veins

  • Recommended by healthcare professionals

  • One pair per box

Activa Hosiery helps ensure blood flow through the feet, ankles and legs which can help with severe varicose veins, DVT’s which can be exacerbated by long flights and those who sit or stand for long periods of time  

Feature

  • High quality fabric

  • Silky soft sock

  • Ideal for men and woman

  • Easy to apply and remove

Please contact a nurse, GP or pharmacist to ensure that compression hosiery is appropriate for you. For a best fit it is advised to be measured by one of the healthcare professionals mentioned to make sure the hosiery fits correctly and is comfortable.

Please use the measuring guide shown in the pictures to ensure a best fit.

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