Summer is fast approaching which means scorching temperatures and sticky hot humidity. Staying cool is priority number one. And if you’re a regular compression sock wearer, you might be thinking that’s a pipe dream. But we’ve got some good news!
Our new open-toe design will light up your summer-loving heart. This new design works great with summer footwear, and no one will ever know you’re wearing compression socks!
We get it, summertime is a challenge because flip flops & sandals aren’t exactly an ideal combination with socks. But if you’re supposed to be wearing compression socks year-round for health reasons, skipping the summer months can present a whole host of other challenges. Let’s avoid that, shall we?
I am very proud to introduce our modernized version of the open-toe compression sock. Our design is much more convenient than other open-toe socks because our style was specifically designed to be unnoticeable.
You still get the advantages of wearing compression without having to worry about footwear options or trading out your favorite summer looks. Our open-toe compression socks offer soothing support without showing on your foot. And the difference between an ankle sleeve and our open-toe is that with our open-toe, you still get the compression around the ankle and heel which is so important. Finally, your feet can breathe this summer with Benefic open-toe socks!
And thankfully, the skinny jeans trend is on its way out! That’s great news for us because wearing our toeless compression sock with wider leg pants is absolutely perfect!
So, if you want to stay cool this summer while wearing your compression socks, try our new open-toe style. It’s great with sandals and flip flops and no one will ever know you’re wearing compression socks…unless of course you tell them or you wear them with shorts… but that’s another story!
Super soft and comfortable and available in 20-30mmHg.
SHOP OPEN-TOE COMPRESSION SOCKS: https://www.beneficcompression.com/products/the-best-open-toe
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