Point6 compression socks were recommended to me by an OR nurse. I bought one pair to try them out. Then I bought 4 more! These are great at keeping my legs warm and fatigue free.
I received 37.5 Ultralight NO Cushion. These were supposed to be compression socks but don't particularly do that. Same time received 37.5 Compression no cushion .This feels like a great compression sock.The Ultralight 37.5 doesn't really compress for me.
My first pair of Point6 came in a Carin subscription box. It was love at first try! I saw recently that they offer compression socks and I have started wearing them more. I have tried Smartwool, Vim & Vigr, Tommy Copper, Darn Tough. I have found that these compression socks are my favorite. There is no seam on the toe like the Vim & Vigr, they wash better than Smartwool and they stay up better than darn tough and they have better compression than Tommy copper. I’m a RN who works more than 12+ hours per shift and my legs feel so much better when I wear compression. My legs feel much more lightweight and energetic. I will be adding more to my collection. They do cost a bit but definitely worth it and will last a long time if they are anything like my Point6 Ghost Runners.
I tore both MCLs and an ACL in a skiing accident a few years a go. My legs get uncomfortably squirrelly on flights. Point6 are the only compression socks that have prevented this, allowing me to fly comfortably.
Comfortable year round weight. Love the wool blend and amount of compression. My only complaint is that white design on the instep of the sock travels too far up the ankle and will show up under the tongue of a dress shoe