Medi Duomed Open-Toe Thigh High Compression Stockings

Brand: Mediven

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Size Guide
Medi Duomed Thigh High Sizing

Height: heel to thigh height of 72 to 83cm

duomed thigh high size chart


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Compression Stockings have never looked this good! The Thigh High Open-Toe  Compression Stockings from Mediven’s Duomed range are perfect for both men and women. Thigh-high in length with an open-toe feature, Mediven’s compression stockings are the go-to product for varicose veins, and many conditions that cause mild to moderate edema (swelling) of the legs. 

The Duomed compression stockings are both affordable and durable so that you get the best value for money. They are also supple and elastic to provide the best possible fit so that you can still do the things you love most. 

Features and Benefits of the Mediven Duomed Compression Stockings:

  • Provides support and enhances blood flow in the legs
  • Thigh high in length
  • Open-toe feature so that you have more wiggle room, especially if you live in an area with a warmer climate
  • Supple so that it’s easy to don and comfortable to wear all-day
  • Elastic so that it can adapt to any movement or activity without restricting you
  • Available in compression classes 1 (18-21mmHg) and 2 (23-32mmHg)
  • Patented Climafresh system with antibacterial action for more foot freshness 
  • Proper and exact medical compression characteristics to ensure  the correct medical compression gradient and appropriate ankle pressure
  • Available in Beige and Black
  • Available in sizes: S - XXL
  • For both men and women
  • Please consult the sizing chart before placing your order to ensure you pick the correct size


The Mediven Duomed Compression Stockings Can Be Used For:

NB: It is important to consult your physician before you use compression stockings

  • Legs that are chronically swollen, fatigued, or painful
  • Poor blood flow in the legs
  • Varicose veins
    • Primary or secondary varicosis
    • Varicose veins in pregnancy
    • Supporting sclerotherapy (treatment of Varicose Veins)
    • After varicose vein surgery
  • Chronic venous disorders: C0 to C4 according to CEAP. Venous oedema
  • After any long bed rests or surgery to prevent Thrombosis
  • Thrombophlebitis (superficial) or condition after healed phlebitis
  • Deep vein thrombosis, condition after thrombosis, post-thrombotic syndrome
  • Other blood pressure issues with the recommendation from a doctor


Conditions where you should avoid wearing compression stockings:

NB: There are many more, therefore it is vitally important to consult your physician before using compression stockings

  • Arterial insufficiency
  • Diabetes, Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Intermittent claudication (Muscle pain on mild exertion)
  • Ischaemia
  • Uncontrolled Congestive Heart Failure
  • Acute dermatitis, Weeping dermatosis
  • Cutaneous Sepsis
  • Signs of infection in the legs
  • Over open wounds



  • Elastane
  • Polyamide


Wash and Care:

  • Suitable for machine wash.
  • Please use detergent for woolens
  • Wash stockings separately with similar colored fabrics
  • Do NOT use bleach or fabric softeners
  • Rinse thoroughly after wash, preferably several times
  • Hang to dry
  • Do NOT expose to direct heat (Such as to an iron/heater/radiator) or sunlight
  • Not to be cleaned chemically, either with spot removers or using benzene