How Do I Know What Size to Order?
Sizing for compression can be tricky. Traditionally higher compression products are sized by ankle, calf, thigh, and hip circumference. (Of course this will vary depending on the product. For knee highs, only ankle and calf circumference are used). By taking these measurements, it ensures that the product you ordered fits your body correctly. You can kind of think of it as a pseudo-custom garment. The measurements need to be just right for you so that you get the best possible fit and receive the most benefits from the compression.
Since we offer light (10-15 mmHg) compression products, some of our products can be sized by height and weight. The weight on our size charts is your CURRENT weight.
It’s important that you check the size chart for each product you’re interested in. Each product has its own size chart and is sized uniquely.
- Is the top part of the tights and and pantyhose tight?
- How high should the knee highs and trouser socks be on my leg?
- The size chart on the pantyhose and tights is by height and weight? Is it pre-pregnancy weight or current weight?
- Where does the compression stop of the pantyhose and tights? Does it go all the way up to the belly?
- Where should the band on the Preggers footless tights hit on my leg?
- Do any Preggers products contain Latex?
- Do your Preggers products fit tall women?
- Do your Preggers products fit plus size women?
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- What is the Difference Between Support Stockings and Maternity Stockings
- How Tight Should Maternity Compression Hose Be?