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Emma Buckby
Most comfortable compression socks

I have a blood clotting disorder and wear compression socks regularly. This is the second pair I have bought and will buy more. They are comfortable and look good.

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Jordan MacLeod
Absolutely amazing!

I have a very active toddler so I’ve been running around whilst growing this baby and my legs have been so achy and swollen by the end of the day, that if I didn’t elevate them for at least 40 minutes they felt like they were going to explode. And then I got these beautiful socks! Such a game changer seriously! I wear them and nothings swollen AND I have ankles again!! These are magic. No aches, nothing! I love them so much

J
Jarratt Sowiak
She loved them while pregnant

Highly recommend, we will be buying more for my pregnant partner.

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Melissa Chi
Works well!

Im 38 weeks and my feet are really swollen. It feels better after putting on these socks.

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Timea Konstandaras
Just what I was after

Great socks! Not too difficult to put on my swollen pregnancy legs, but provides enough compression so that my ankles are still discernible by the end of the day. Plus they're super cute! Got plenty of comments and people asking where I got them from.

The Comforter Maternity Compression Sock

$45.00 USD Regular price
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Help reduce tired legs, cankles & swollen feet
Help increase blood flow to placenta & unborn baby
Helps prevent varicose & spider veins
Premium soft yarns
Bamboo charcoal yarns for IR rays, store heat & can improve blood circulation
Graduated compression. TGA listed. Health rebates may apply (AU)
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Buy 3 for $95 when you purchase our Swell-Relief Ultimate Sock Pack here

These are the perfect maternity socks when your feet and legs are feeling tired and swollen. Whether you’re forced to stay off your feet, stuck in bed, travelling for that babymoon or just planning to binge the latest series.

The Comforter Maternity Compression Socks have been designed with graduated compression technology to ease swelling in your legs, ankles and feet. Made of bamboo charcoal, this medium weight sock is made for cooler days to keep you cosy and comfortable.  

Compression socks don't have to look like your dad's office socks or a triathlete's sports sock. Modern and chic, your feet will thank you.

These maternity compression socks are a must have for your hospital bag to spare you from those dreaded white hospital stockings! Best of all they're comfortable for all day wear and easy to put on and take off.

FEATURES

  • 15-20mmHg graduated compression. TGA assessed & listed
  • Helps improve blood flow and circulation
  • Helps reduce fluid retention
  • Helps reduce tired legs & swollen ankles & feet
  • Helps prevent varicose and spider veins
  • Increased blood flow helps provides essential nutrients to the placenta & your developing baby
  • Ultra soft premium yarns for all day comfort & wear
  • Mid weight yarns and added cushioning in footbed
  • Seamless toe cage for comfort 
  • Anatomical left and right foot for better fit
  • Specialist engineering - compression socks that are easy to put on and take off!

EXTRA Stats you need to know

  • Up to 80% of women experience insufficient circulation during pregnancy. This can result in feeling dizzy & tired.
  • About 65% of pregnant women suffer from ankle, leg & feet swelling. Your body is holding more water than usual & extra fluid gathers to your lower legs & feet. It can be worse in summer or you've been standing or sitting a lot. The pressure of your growing womb can also affect the blood flow in your legs.
  • Your body needs to deliver more oxygen & blood to both you & your growing baby. Your body creates 50% more blood & your heart works 30% harder during pregnancy.
  • At 12 weeks the placenta is formed and takes over to deliver essential nutrients from maternal blood flow through the umbilical cord to your unborn baby. For this reason good blood flow is vital to the growth and development of your baby. To learn more about the role of the placenta and the importance of blood flow to baby you can read more in our blogs.
  • Studies have found that if you sit or stand for 4 hours or more, circulation can be compromised.
  • Postpartum fluid retention is still common, even months after birth. The extra fluid volume that occurred during pregnancy and in preparation for birth, can still exist within the tissues in the body.
  • Women who have been induced will also have fluids introduced via the hormone and saline drips that are absorbed into the body. The excess fluids in the body result in swelling & puffiness.
  • The additional fluid can be excreted through your sweat and urine. Movement and improving blood flow and circulation is also important to assist the removal of waste fluids. TheRY leggings and socks with 15-20mmHg compression can help improve circulation to facilitate this process.
  • In the first 6 weeks following birth you are 3-5X more likely to develop blood clots. This is also due to the extra time recovering or sitting nursing your baby when movement is restricted.  
Fabric Content

Comforter Socks - Bamboo Charcoal/Nylon/Elastane

Rescuer Socks- MicroNylon/Nylon/Elastane

Garment Care
  • Do not Bleach
  • Cold wash
  • Do not use harsh detergents
  • Do not use fabric softeners
  • Turn inside out when washing to avoid pilling (if possible use a washbag)
  • Ensure any clothing in the same load have zips and anything that may catch done up
  • Do not tumble dry

* The information on this page & site is for educational purposes only.

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Frequently asked

Are these suitable for travel if not pregnant?

Our socks were created with extra soft yarns and engineered to be easier to put on which is great for pregnancy but everyone can benefit. The compression socks are 15-20mmHg and suitable for flights, and anytime you may be sitting or standing for long periods of time. They are for everyone.

Are these pregnancy socks suitable for travel/dvt/etc?

Hi there. Yes our compression socks are 15-20mmHg and are suitable for travel. It is said blood circulation may be compromised if you sit for 4 hours or more so compression socks will help reduce the risk of DVT & blood clots.

What is the difference between the comforter compression socks and the rescuer compression socks?

Our Comforter Compression Socks and Rescuer Compression socks both are rated at 15-20mmHg so offer the same compression benefits. The key difference is in the weight/thickness of the sock with the Comforter Sock being a medium weight and the Rescuer sock being a lighter weight. The decision will come down to your preference for the a particular weight or design. Both are equally comfortable and soft. Many customers buy both.

Should I go by shoe size or calf size?

Please measure your calf in order to select the most appropriate size. Graduated compression is measured based on calf girth rather than the length of your foot

Can you wear these to sleep in as most of my leg issues are in my sleep?

You certainly can! They are 15-20mmhg which is the same pressure as hospital TED stockings (except much softer fabrics😊). They are suitable for all day wear and also to sleep in.

Are they easy to get on? I find it impossible to get usual compression socks on without my husbands help...

Yes they are! We know compression socks are notoriously hard to get on! We have designed these intentionally with additional stretch through key areas to make them easier to get on while retaining all the compression benefits 😊

What if I've already got the veins from just being pregnant?

Varicose veins can be a sign of circulatory problems. Our graduated compression products are designed to help improve circulation and blood flow which can help prevent the risk of varicose veins and of varicose veins worsening. The compression will help provide support to the veins and also provide you with some relief and help you feel more comfortable to manage existing varicose veins.


If you are experiencing discomfort we recommend seeing a medical professional. in more severe cases, they may recommend a higher level of compression.

Customer Reviews

Based on 88 reviews
91%
(80)
7%
(6)
1%
(1)
1%
(1)
0%
(0)
E
Emma Buckby
Most comfortable compression socks

I have a blood clotting disorder and wear compression socks regularly. This is the second pair I have bought and will buy more. They are comfortable and look good.

J
Jordan MacLeod
Absolutely amazing!

I have a very active toddler so I’ve been running around whilst growing this baby and my legs have been so achy and swollen by the end of the day, that if I didn’t elevate them for at least 40 minutes they felt like they were going to explode. And then I got these beautiful socks! Such a game changer seriously! I wear them and nothings swollen AND I have ankles again!! These are magic. No aches, nothing! I love them so much

J
Jarratt Sowiak
She loved them while pregnant

Highly recommend, we will be buying more for my pregnant partner.

M
Melissa Chi
Works well!

Im 38 weeks and my feet are really swollen. It feels better after putting on these socks.

T
Timea Konstandaras
Just what I was after

Great socks! Not too difficult to put on my swollen pregnancy legs, but provides enough compression so that my ankles are still discernible by the end of the day. Plus they're super cute! Got plenty of comments and people asking where I got them from.

thery graduated compression leggings and improved circulation diagram

Powered By Graduated Compression To Increase Blood Flow

TheRY leggings feature graduated compression, scientifically tested and medically graded at 15-20mmHg, to help increase blood flow and circulation.

Those who sit more than 4 hours day, circulation can be compromised. Poor blood flow can lead to blood pooling and heaviness and swelling in legs and feet plus other poor health outcomes.

TheRY graduated compression products have been assessed and are listed with the Australian Therapeutic Goods Association (TGA).

blood flow and heart anatomical diagram

Up To 80% Of Pregnant Women Have Insufficient Circulation

Many women are unaware that their circulation is poor. Your pregnant body is working harder than ever and needs to deliver more oxygen & blood to both you & your growing baby.

Your body creates up to 50% more blood & your heart works up to 30% harder during pregnancy. Tiredness, dizziness, fatigue and swelling, are all symptoms of poor circulation.

anatomical diagram unborn baby in belly

Maternal Blood Flow Is Vital To The Growth And Development Of Your Unborn Baby.

At 12 weeks the placenta is formed and takes over to deliver essential nutrients from maternal blood flow through the umbilical cord to your unborn baby. It also functions to help remove waste products.

For this reason good blood flow is vital to the growth and development of your unborn baby. To learn more about the role of the placenta and the importance of blood flow to baby you can read more in our blogs.

Swollen foot from no compression sock and non swollen foot with compression sock comparison photo

65% Of Pregnant Women Suffer From Swollen Legs Ankles, Leg & Feet

Poor circulation contributes to blood pooling in the lower limbs and swelling and fatigue. Your body also is holding more water than usual & extra fluid gathers to your lower legs & feet. It can be worse in summer or you've been standing or sitting a lot. The pressure of your growing womb can also affect the blood flow in your legs. Graduated compression helps to improve blood flow and the removal of waste fluids.

varicose veins diagram - abnormal and normal veins

28% Of Pregnant Women Will Develop Varicose Veins.

In the first 6 wks Postpartum Women are 3-5X More Likely to Develop Blood Clots.

You are 40% more at risk of developing varicose veins if you suffer from swollen feet. You are also at greater risk of varicose veins during 2nd and subsequent pregnancies, or if you are having multiples. Graduated compression applies pressure to help improve vein function and blood flow. For more for prevention of varicose veins, read our blog.

Postpartum, you are at greater risk of poor circulation. In the first 6 weeks following birth you are 3-5X more likely to develop blood clots and postpartum varicose veins. This is also due to the extra time recovering or sitting nursing your baby when movement is restricted.

swollen feet pregnancy

Fluid Retention Is Still Common, Even Months After Birth.

The extra fluid volume that occurred during pregnancy and in preparation for birth, can still exist within the tissues in the body.

If you have been induced, you will also have fluids introduced via the hormone & saline drips that are absorbed into the body. The excess fluids in the body result in swelling & puffiness.

Movement & improving blood flow and circulation is one way to assist the removal of waste fluids.

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