About every fourth male person suffers from venous problems. Max has been developed for men on the basis of how they look. Word has got around among frequent flyers that support and compression stockings support the function of veins and are recommended for those who need to sit for long periods of time. But less known is the fact that a medical prescription for compression stockings does not mean that one is condemned to wearing flesh coloured rubber stockings.
Men, in particular, often have reservations about wearing compression stockings. This need not be because today compression stockings are no longer distinguishable from other types of stocking.
And more: compression stockings are in fact comfortable to wear because the medical pressure gradation from the bottom of the leg to the top makes the stocking fit comfortably and effectively. Besides the cuff does not pinch the calf.
Max medical stockings – the colours:
Max medical stocking can be worn for vein treatment as well as for the prevention of vein problems, revitalizes heavy legs and due to its attractive style does not look like a medical compression stocking.
The high 50% cotton content offers exceptional wearing comfort. As a result of special knitting technology the wide cuff doesn’t pinch. It can be turned down to regulate the length.
The compression product is available as standard and only as a knee high stocking in three different colours.
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Knee high stocking
The right way to wash compression stockings
- Wash inside out.
- Wash before first use.
- If possible, wash every day (max. 40°C), at least every second day.
- With commercial mild detergent (particularly suitable for compression stockings is Ofa clean special detergent), don´t use fabric softener.
- Rinse well, but don´t rub or wring.
- Air dry on a towel or in a tumbler dryer (delicates programme), never iron or dry on a radiator.
- Store in a dry place, protect against direct sun.
- Avoid stockings with silicone coated grip tops being in contact with solvents, creams and moisturising soap, as the adhesiveness can be badly affected.
- Maintain regular foot care and sensible footwear.
- Pilling is normal with textiles and no grounds for complaint.
- Never repair stockings yourself but return the damaged stocking to the specialist dealer the stocking was bought from.