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Belly Bandit®

Compression Ankle Socks

$29.95
 
Belly Bandit®
Compression Ankle Socks
$29.95
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Compression Ankle Socks - Black / Size 1 | 6-9 is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.

When to Wear
BEFORE, DURING & AFTER PREGNANCY
Support
Compression

Low

High

Description

These ankle socks minimize uncomfortable swelling in your ankles and feet.

Why You'll Love It
  • Medical grade compression of 20-30 mm Hg to improve blood flow & circulation, minimizing swelling and fatigue
How To Wear

It’s a great idea to put your socks on first thing in the morning before any swelling occurs. If you’re already experiencing swelling, lay down and rest your feet on an elevated pillow for about 15 minutes to help reduce swelling before putting your socks on. Cornstarch or talcum powder can help compression socks slide on when your skin is either moist or too dry.


Put your hand into your compression sock. Pinch the middle of the heel of the sock, now pull the top of your sock down so it’s flipped inside out. When you reach your thumb (while still holding the heel of the sock) this gives you easy access to put it on your foot. 

Specifications & Care
Care

Wash inside out with like colors
Dry on low heat

Insurance

Belly Bandit® Belly Wraps now eligible for reimbursement from a number of US health insurance companies. Read more about insurance reimbursement and download the claim form.

When to Wear
BEFORE, DURING & AFTER PREGNANCY
Support
Compression

Low

High

These ankle socks minimize uncomfortable swelling in your ankles and feet.

  • Medical grade compression of 20-30 mm Hg to improve blood flow & circulation, minimizing swelling and fatigue

It’s a great idea to put your socks on first thing in the morning before any swelling occurs. If you’re already experiencing swelling, lay down and rest your feet on an elevated pillow for about 15 minutes to help reduce swelling before putting your socks on. Cornstarch or talcum powder can help compression socks slide on when your skin is either moist or too dry.


Put your hand into your compression sock. Pinch the middle of the heel of the sock, now pull the top of your sock down so it’s flipped inside out. When you reach your thumb (while still holding the heel of the sock) this gives you easy access to put it on your foot. 

Care

Wash inside out with like colors
Dry on low heat

Belly Bandit® Belly Wraps now eligible for reimbursement from a number of US health insurance companies. Read more about insurance reimbursement and download the claim form.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

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M
M.F.
Cute!

I wear a sz 8 and the smaller size fits perfectly. The toes and heels have a fabrication that feel like stretchy tights material, the spotted areas feel bumpy like a weave and have more compression. The black band around the ankle feels thick and really strong. My ankles are slender so if you are experiencing swelling at the ankle it might be better to go up in size. Which brings me to my wish: I wish there was a size between ankle and knee highs. A midi! So when you wake up you can choose short, medium (calf), or tall support for your day. Some days tall is suffocating and ankle isn’t quite enough! Thank you for the cute come socks :)

J
J.
saved me the last trimester

These are so comfortable and really helped my whole body feel more comfortable the last trimester. Thanks!

J
J.
excellent, huge help!~

These help me a lot in my 3rd trimester. I vary between these and the knee high height compression socks.

A
A.
LOVE these socks!! Great for long days on your feet

I have the knee length and decided to also get an ankle length pair of these compression socks to wear more comfortably around the house and with certain shoes, and they are wonderful. I wore them all day at the pumpkin patch with my niece and nephew. All. Day. No pain, no swelling. I came home and my feet felt great even after being on them for so long!

K
K.Z.
Can’t get them on

I ordered these because I really need the relief but they are too tight and I wasn’t able to get them on :(

Hey Karina!
Compression socks are definitely hard to get on the foot, but we do have some great tips and tricks on the product page, i'll list here for you:

It’s a great idea to put your socks on first thing in the morning before any swelling occurs. If you’re already experiencing swelling, lay down and rest your legs on an elevated pillow for about 15 minutes to help reduce swelling before putting your socks on. Cornstarch or talcum powder can help compression socks slide on when your skin is either moist or too dry (Psssst…Not a great idea to try and put these on if you've first put lotion on your feet or legs).

Put your hand into your compression sock. Pinch the middle of the heel of the sock, now pull the top of your sock down so it’s flipped inside out. When you reach your thumb (while still holding the heel of the sock) this gives you easy access to put it on your foot. Now, slip your foot in and try rolling the sock up towards your knee.

Belly Bandit®

Compression Ankle Socks