Fatigue, heav­i­ness in the legs and the risk of vari­cose veins — this is faced by many peo­ple. The risk increas­es if you spend a lot of time on your feet, and your oth­er load is not too diverse. But you can help your­self! Let’s take a look at how com­pres­sion cloth­ing can be use­ful for you.

How compression stockings work

The main thing that com­pres­sion gar­ments do is increase venous out­flow. The pres­sure of elas­tic fibers sup­ports akened veins, pre­vents their fur­ther stretch­ing and expan­sion, nor­mal­izes blood cir­cu­la­tion and pre­vents the for­ma­tion of blood clots. Com­pres­sion stock­ings are espe­cial­ly need­ed if you spend a lot of time on your feet due to your occu­pa­tion.

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Proven Effectiveness

Spe­cial­ists of the Insti­tute of Surgery named after A.I. A.V. Vish­nevsky RAMS. The effec­tive­ness of the impact is con­firmed by clin­i­cal stud­ies.

Elas­ma prod­ucts have all the nec­es­sary cer­tifi­cates of con­for­mi­ty, reg­is­tra­tion cer­tifi­cates and patents. Elas­ma kni­tar is made in Rus­sia, which means that the imple­men­ta­tion of all med­ical and qual­i­ty stan­dards is under the con­trol of man­u­fac­tur­ers.

Thoughtful design

And it’s not that knee socks come in two pop­u­lar col­ors, black and nude, and won’t wrin­kle while you’re aring them. The knee socks are designed so that the pres­sure from the foot to the calf mus­cle is even­ly reduced — this pro­vides a bet­ter effect for prop­er blood cir­cu­la­tion. A wide com­fort­able elas­tic band is need­ed to keep the socks on the legs and pre­vent exces­sive pres­sure. All this togeth­er brings relief to the legs, reduces slling and reduces pain.

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Natural cotton content

Knee-highs are made using LYCRA ® elas­tomer­ic fiber and nat­ur­al cot­ton, which guar­an­tees com­fort and dura­bil­i­ty: cot­ton — 40%, polyamide — 35%, lycra — 25%. A sig­nif­i­cant con­tent of nat­ur­al cot­ton (40%) in the stock­ings reduces the risk of aller­gic reac­tions, and the mate­r­i­al with improved vapor and mois­ture exchange allows the skin to breathe.


For the first time, it is not always clear how to put on com­pres­sion stock­ings, espe­cial­ly the sec­ond com­pres­sion class — they are quite tight, because they cre­ate a notice­able pres­sure. In this case, a spe­cial­ly designed instruc­tion is includ­ed in the pack­age, where it is explained step by step how to make putting on more com­fort­able and sim­ple. Instruc­tions are includ­ed with each box of com­pres­sion stock­ings for women and men.

How to choose compression stockings?

Under the Elas­ma brand, com­pres­sion stock­ings for men and women are pre­sent­ed. At the same time, all mod­els dif­fer in the strength of the impact — by class.

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Socks of the 1st compression class (18–22 mmHg)

The first class is need­ed for the pre­ven­tion and treat­ment of the first stages of vari­cose veins; these are the arti­cles 13890698, 13890696, 13890697.

They are applied in the fol­low­ing cas­es:

– treat­ment of vari­cose veins of the 1st degree;

- con­gen­i­tal venous dis­or­ders;

- injuries of the lor leg and ankle joint;

- pre­ven­tion of dis­eases of the lym­phove­nous sys­tem: with excess ight; when trav­el­ing by air / car or on foot; dur­ing sports activ­i­ties (skat­ing, run­ning, ski­ing, etc.); with a long stay in a stand­ing or sit­ting posi­tion; dur­ing preg­nan­cy (arti­cles 13890696, 13890697).

Knee-highs of the 2nd class of compression (22–28 mm Hg)

used as a com­pres­sion ther­a­py for vas­cu­lar dis­eases of the legs. These are the arti­cles 15008413, 13890699, 13890700.

Used in the fol­low­ing cas­es:

– treat­ment of vari­cose veins of III or IV degree;

— com­pres­sion ther­a­py of chron­ic venous and lym­phat­ic insuf­fi­cien­cy.


Com­pres­sion stock­ings do not have many con­traindi­ca­tions, but they do exist. Be sure to check with your doc­tor before use, and do not ar com­pres­sion stock­ings if you have:

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- an aller­gic reac­tion to any of the com­po­nents of the golf course;

— decom­pres­sion car­diopul­monary insuf­fi­cien­cy;

- vio­la­tions of the arte­r­i­al cir­cu­la­tion of the legs;

- acute soft tis­sue infec­tions;

- eczema, troph­ic ulcers and der­mati­tis.

How to choose the right size

For com­pres­sion cloth­ing, the exact choice of size is espe­cial­ly impor­tant: both the effec­tive­ness of treat­ment / pre­ven­tion and your ll-being depend on it. If your mea­sure­ments do not fall into any of the options indi­cat­ed in the table, choose the size that is clos­er to the cir­cum­fer­ence of the lor leg.

How to choose the size of male models

How to choose the size of women’s models

How to wash Elasma compression stockings

Wash and dry your socks accord­ing to the instruc­tions on the label:

- wash knee socks by hand using prod­ucts intend­ed for kni­tar;

- if nec­es­sary, you can ster­il­ize the knee-highs in an auto­clave;

- do not wring out the stock­ings with your hands or in the wash­ing machine, it is bet­ter to dry with a tol;

- Dry flat on a flat sur­face.

If you fol­low these sim­ple rules, knee socks will retain the com­pres­sion effect for a long time.