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BrightLife adds Jazz & Rumba compression garments
Aug '11
Brightlife Direct now carries two new lines of Allegro compression garments. The Rumba and Jazz series both offer the soft comfort and modern technology of microfiber. The latest styles are available through the Washington, DC-based compression clothing distributor's website and are made in the USA.

"The microfiber material wicks moisture away from the skin and allows the legs and feet to breathe," said Kip Bright, president of BrightLife Direct. "This is especially important in warm weather, when heat and humidity cause those with edema or lymphedema to experience more swelling and discomfort."

The Allegro Jazz compression socks are a microfiber-cotton-spandex blend with the microfiber on the outer layer and a cotton blend with spandex on the inside. It is available in two compression levels, 15-20 mmHg and 20-35 mmHg. Similar to a men's dress sock but softer, these ribbed Allegro compression socks come in black, white, tan and navy blue.

The Rumba series features three different nylon-microfiber-spandex blend compression garments. The 15-20 mmHg closed toe knee-highs are easy to pull on and feature a reinforced heel and balloon toe. The reinforced reciprocated heels prevent premature wear. The open toe/heel model, available in sand, provides 20-30 mmHg graduated compression.

Also new from Allegro's Rumba series is a leg sleeve with 18-24 mmHg compression. It is an opaque microfiber-nylon blend available in beige or black. The leg sleeves resemble support socks without feet and are growing in popularity among runners.

BrightLife Direct Inc has been serving those who wear compression garments for more than 10 years. The Washington, DC-based company offers name brand products at discounted prices. This includes compression stockings from jobst, Mediven, Sigvaris and Juzo. The company features a private label brand, Allegro stockings, which meets all rigorous testing standards and is available at 50% to 60% less than name brands.

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