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Wearing Scholl Flight Socks can help prevent circulation problems by applying gentle pressure to improve blood flow. These circulation problems can be caused by cramped conditions, reduced air pressure and mild dehydration which can result in discomfort.
Please seek advice before use if you have diabetes as your foot condition may require treatment by a healthcare professional.
At Scholl, we recommend you measure your calf, foot and ankle to ensure a correct fit. If the Scholl Flight Socks feel loose, restrictive or if you experience pain or discomfort whilst wearing them, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional.
Helps to prevent swollen ankles and aching legs Available in sizes 4-6 and 6.5-8 Helps to improve blood flow to avert circulation problems, such as deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
The Scholl Flight Socks in sheer have been specifically designed to be worn instead of regular socks during flights or other journeys that can cause restricted movement. Cramped conditions and dehydration can cause tired and aching legs, or swollen ankles and feet, during journeys. Scholl Flight Socks can help improve blood circulation that can be disrupted by sitting in restricted areas for long periods of time.
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Wearing the Scholl Flight Socks can help to prevent circulation problems by applying gentle pressure to improve blood flow. These circulation problems can be caused by cramped conditions, reduced air pressure and mild dehydration which can all add up to an uncomfortable trip.
Do not use if you have serious circulatory problems such as active arterial or venous disease. Please consult a healthcare professional on the suitability of this product if you have any of the following: previous history of venous thrombosis (blood clot), superficial vein thrombosis, diabetes, severe obesity, reduced mobility including paralysed lower limb, heart disease, severe varicose veins, recent major surgery or injury to lower limbs/abdomen, stroke, cancer, chemotherapy treatment, genetic blood clotting disorder (e.g. Factor V Leiden), or if you are pregnant.