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SIGVARIS adds new colour to line of compression therapy socks
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Feb '09
SIGVARIS , the world's leading manufacturer of compression therapy garments, announced they now have a new color in their best-selling Casual Cotton sock line [15-20 mmHg] for women. The new color, Vanilla, joins a family of 6 color options including White, Navy, Brown, Khaki and Black.

Many people wear SIGVARIS compression therapy socks to reduce their risk of swollen ankles, tired feet, circulation issues or discomfort during pregnancy, while traveling, standing or sitting for prolonged periods of time or if they have been diagnosed with a leg vein circulation disorder.

"SIGVARIS received so many positive comments from women about our new Casual Cotton socks that we wanted to give them a new fashionable color, Vanilla, to choose in this comfortable, everyday sock. Women who experience swollen ankles and other early symptoms of venous disease, including spider veins, now have even more wardrobe choices in SIGVARIS socks while enjoying the pain-relieving and preventative health benefits of compression therapy," said Lisa Wells, North America Product Manager.

A modern, causal design and high cotton content make this product ideal as a comfortable and informal everyday sock. The Women's Casual Cotton Sock is part of the SIGVARIS Support Therapy Collection.

• Comfort Features: 66% Supima cotton for extra comfort and durability, highest quality natural cotton provides extraordinary softness, non-constricting top band and toe zone

• Availability: The Women's Casual Cotton Sock is available in six colors: White, Navy, Brown, Khaki, Black and the new Vanilla.

• Compression Strength: 15-20 mmHg Controlled Graduated Compression

• Fiber content: 66% cotton/26% nylon/8% spandex; all styles are Latex Free

SIGVARIS Vanilla Casual Cotton Socks for Women are available for sale beginning January 30, 2009.

To view the full range of colors and styles available in the Women's Casual Cotton Sock, or to find SIGVARIS retailers in the USA and Canada, please visit http://www.sigvarisusa.com.

Supima is a registered trademark of the Supima Association of America Corporation. The name "Supima" is used to promote textile and apparel products made of 100% American Pima cotton, and is an abbreviation for Superior Pima. Products made from 100% American Pima cotton will have superior strength to a product made of upland cotton or upland/Pima blended cottons, which will improve the durability and increase the lifespan of the textile and apparel products. Because of the fineness of Supima cotton, more fibers can be spun into a yarn of a given count, which will enhance the feel and softness, comfort and brilliance of color of a fabric.

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. With distribution in more than 50 countries on six continents, SIGVARIS is recognized as a global industry leader in the area of compression therapy for the management of venous and lymphatic disorders. Our US manufacturing facility is located in Peachtree City, GA. SIGVARIS, LIFE FOR LEGS and the leg icon
are registered trademarks of Ganzoni & Cie AG, St.Gallen/Switzerland and in many countries worldwide.

SIGVARIS

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