Dr. Scholl's Graduated Compression Sock 10-15mmHg

STYLE: #DSL-4000

Dr. Scholl's Graduated Compression Sock 10-15mmHg
THE SCIENCE OF DR. SCHOLL'S. The perfect sock for keeping going, no matter what you do. When you are faced with long periods of sitting or standing that cause tired and achy legs, these are exactly what Dr. Scholl's orders. This foot health sock features an ultra-soft, premium Microfiber and a Mild Compression level of 10-15 mmHg to help revitalize and relieve swollen, achy feet and legs. Durable and easy to put on, these socks provide the foot health benefits you need every day. Dr. Scholl's socks are guaranteed for one full year from the date of purchase. 1 Pair Per Pack. Made in the U.S.A!10-15 mmHg

  • Improves circulation to revitalize legs
  • M10-15 mmHG mild compression
  • Helps reduce swelling of feet and legs
  • Great for traveling or sitting all day at a desk
  • Premium materials for the finest fit and comfort
  • 1 pair per package
94% Nylon, 6% Spandex

Per Package

Free returns and full product return.

We are the manufacturer of our brands, and we stand behind every product we make. If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return it for ANY REASON for a full product refund up to 90 days from purchase date. Even return shipping is free from anywhere in the U.S. Simply use the postage-paid UPS label included with your order. So relax and shop with confidence.

Product returns for refund are available for up to 90 days from product purchase date and include free return shipping. In addition, all Dr. Scholl’s products carry a 1-year replacement guarantee. See our return policy for easy 3-step return process.

Dr. Scholl's Graduated Compression Sock 10-15mmHg is rated 3.3333333333333335 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT Love these they are so comfortable and easy to get on.
Date published: 2016-07-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from size 4-10 (not good if you are petite) Socks are well-made, but need to be proportional for shoe size and height (leg length.) I wear Euro size 34-35 (4-C US) in shoes and the socks are way too long and roll down at calf and bunch up at ankle. Also way too long at toes, it just bunches under as you walk. Great socks if you fit them, but don't buy if you are petite with small feet.
Date published: 2015-11-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too small. Too tight. It was a disappointment. Too pairs & I can't wear them!
Date published: 2016-06-04
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Why don't you have these in women's small????

Asked by: Not a big goot
Not a big goot, We manufacture this sock only in size 8 - 10 shoe size and 8 -12 shoe size.
Answered by: RenfroSocks
Date published: 2016-04-04

Want to purchase them in beige, woman's shoe size 6 1/2, light compression,graduated. Can you direct me to the correct area. I want Dr. Scholls.

Asked by: Louise
Anonymous, You can find a Khaki in Dr. Scholls at the web site below. Dr. Scholl's Graduated Compression Sock 10-15mmHg STYLE: #DSL-4000 Thanks April
Answered by: RenfroSocks
Date published: 2016-03-09

Why don't these socks come in small for women size 4-10

Asked by: KaTS
Kats, We size our products to fit most women and we pick a size range that covers most women. Women with a foot size smaller than "4" would have to wear something larger than what fits them perfectly. Thanks April
Answered by: RenfroSocks
Date published: 2016-03-04

Do you carry Dream Walk Graduated compression Socks in womens size 4-10 in black? I bought a pair of these in Khaki at local Walmart, but the last pair.

Asked by: Barb
At this time the Dream Walk Graduated Compression are only available in ladies size 8-10.5
Answered by: customer service
Date published: 2015-11-18

Why can't I get what I want in size 4-10 ? It says I can, then only a large size comes up at the arrow.

Asked by: Barb
Hi Barb, these only come in a Ladies Large (8-10.5).
Answered by: ew64
Date published: 2015-11-12
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