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Sigvaris makes medical compression hosiery fashionable
05
Jan '12
SIGVARIS, the global leader in medical compression hosiery and DVT prevention advocate, is excited to announce that the company is once again keeping its promise of delivering women the most fashionable medical compression hosiery on the market.

SIGVARIS' stylish EverSheer Hosiery Line is now available in black in the open toe styles, including calf-length, thigh-highs and pantyhose.

SIGVARIS has received many requests for this exciting new product addition as women have indicated that they would like to have this option available to pair with their peek toe style shoes. EverSheer is available in the 15-20mmHg, 20-30mmHg and 30-40mmHg compression levels.

Since EverSheer launched, the line has been extremely popular among women with venous disorders who have been prescribed medical compression hosiery and also care about wearing a product that looks fashionable. SIGVARIS strives to give people fashionable product options, while still delivering a medically sound product.

EverSheer provides excellent breathability and moisture management, making it the perfect product to wear year-round for work, dress or travel. For style savvy women, SIGVARIS EverSheer compression hosiery gives them the luxurious look of hosiery found at high-end department stores with all the added benefits of graduated compression hosiery.

The EverSheer Line is available in calf-length, thigh-highs and pantyhose. For style savvy women, SIGVARIS EverSheer is available in black, dark navy, mocha, natural, nightshade, and suntan. Open toe styles are available in natural, suntan and black.

SIGVARIS medical compression hosiery promotes leg health and is universally recommended for both the surgical and non-surgical treatment of venous disorders.

SIGVARIS North America is part of an internationally active medical device group headquartered in Winterthur, Switzerland that focuses on the development, production and distribution of medical compression garments, including hosiery and socks.

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