Tynor Compression Stocking Below Knee Classic (Pair) Elastic (M)
Tynor Compression Stocking Below Knee Classic (Pair) Elastic (M)
Tynor Compression Stocking Below Knee Classic (Pair) Elastic (M)
Tynor Compression Stocking Below Knee Classic (Pair) Elastic (M)

Tynor Compression Stocking Below Knee Classic (Pair) Elastic (M)

Nylon Yarn with 4 Way Stretch Provides Compression, Strength and Blood Circulation

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S 408
M 408
L 408
XL 596
Available Color :
Beige 408

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173 (gms)
15 (cm) x 4 (cm) x 24 (cm)
Manufacturer ID
I 16

About Compression Stocking 

Compression Stockings provide controlled compression to the legs to squeeze away abnormal back flow of blood into the superficial veins that lie just beneath the surface of the skin from the perforating veins. It is used in all forms of venous disease including blood pools or congests in legs. 


  • Light weight.
  • Four way stretch
  • Freely breathable
  • Soft and comfortable
  • Strong and durable
  • Dermophillic
  • Optimal compression
  • Excellent aesthetics
  • Excellent Color fastness
  • Offers optimal compression
  • Snug fitting
  • Retains body heat effectively.
  • Provides therapeutic warmth
  • Quicker healing
  • Strong and durable
  • Uniform compression even on uneven limb surface.
  • Offers graded compression high to low from toe upwards
  • Effective blood evacuation
  • Reduces wear and tear
  • Easy to wear
  • Compatible to toe rings or other jewelry items


  • Made from soft nylon yarn and spandex
  • Four-way stretchability
  • Double layered
  • Tapered shape and Controlled compression
  • Open toe design

How to Use

  • Compression stockings can be a part of your daily routine. If they fit right, they should be snug but comfortable.It's best to wear them all the time, unless you are bathing or sleeping. Plan on replacing your stockings every 4 to 6 months.At first, putting on a pair of compression stockings can be tricky. But with some practice, you'll find what works for you. 
  • Hand wash new stockings after you buy them. It will make them more flexible and easier to put on. Consider buying a second pair, if you can afford it. That way, you'll have a clean pair to wear while you wash the other.
  • Put a dressing on any open wound before putting on the compression stockings.
  • Keep your stockings by your bed, so you can put them on when you first get up.
  • Do it early in the morning, when you have the least swelling in your legs.
  • Sit in a chair with a back. This gives you something to lean against as you put on the stockings .
  • Hold the top of the stocking with one hand. Then with your other hand, reach inside the stocking and push your arm all the way in until you reach the end and can grab the toe.
  • When you have a firm grip on the toe, pull your hand back up through the stocking, turning it inside out, but leaving the tips of your fingers in the toe of the stocking.
  • Put your toes into the toe of the stocking, and gently roll and slide it back over your heel. Then use your finger tips or palms to slowly roll and slide the stocking all the way up your leg.
  • Be careful not to grab and pull at the top of the stocking, because that can cause it to rip or tear.

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