Our homage to the Bauhaus movement, which began in 1919 when Walter Gropius founded a school with a vision of bridging the gap between art and industry by combining crafts and fine arts.
With a gentle cuff that won’t pinch and the softest extra-long-staple® cotton, our XOAB Active Compression Socks are among the most comfortable socks you’ll find and, we hope, the most fashionable, too. With 5 standard sizes and 5 long sizes, chances are good you'll find socks that work for you.
XOAB Active Compression Socks provide graduated compression, with 15-20mmHg pressure at the ankle.
All our socks are made in the USA on our own knitting machines, and are unconditionally guaranteed.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We knit our compressions socks from combed extra-long-staple cotton, with soft cuffs and perfectly smooth toe seams. And they look great and don't fall down.
Our compression socks are made from 60% Extra Long Staple Cotton, 30% Nylon and 5% Spandex.
XOAB ACTIVE Compression Socks, can be machine-washed. Turn the socks inside-out before washing in cold water, and tumble dry on medium heat.
Despite our use of soft, combed cotton in our socks, you can expect your compression socks to last at least 6 months, and many washings. You can make them last longer by wearing them with good-fitting shoes, not wearing them barefoot on abrasive nylon carpeting, and keeping your toenails trimmed.
Putting them on
If you haven’t worn compression socks before, they may be difficult to put on if you bunch them up or roll them and try to pull them over your heel and ankle just by pulling hard. Please don't do this!
Instead, reach into the sock, grab the heel from the inside, and with your other hand pull the top of the sock inside-out down to the heel that you’re holding on to. Then, put the right-side-out sock foot part over your foot up to the heel, grab the top of the inside-out part, and pull it the rest of the way up your leg. Yes, it sounds complicated, but it works!
If you have any questions about our socks, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
Find your shoe size in this chart. If you have very narrow or wide feet, or you’re very tall, or have very wide calves, please see our sizing guide. (You'll also find EU and UK sizes there.)
If you have questions about sizing, please drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.