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Designed to Support Your Needs

When you wear your compression garments throughout the day, you will get the most benefit out of your lymphedema or lipedema therapy. Therefore, your garments should support free movement, keep your skin dry, and provide firm hold, among others.

Supporting Your Needs

JOBST compression garments have been designed to support your needs in many different ways:


Functional Zones

JOBST compression garments are also available as made-to-measure garments with additional Functional Zones that can be knitted into the garments. The Functional Zones have been designed to reduce cutting and wrinkling and be more comfortable without losing the garment's overall performance. Learn more about how to move freely with compression here.

Moisture Management Technology

JOBST compression garments are also available with special fiber combinations that offer optimized moisture management and help your skin feeling dry, cool, and comfortable.

SoftFit Technology

The JOBST SoftFit technology is a fine silicone yarn knitted into the top band that keeps the stockings in place without digging into your skin. Learn more about the types of JOBST compression garments that have been designed for better hold here.

Different styles

JOBST compression garments are also available in different colors and features such as colored seams, initials, decorative lines, and top bands that you can choose according to your needs. Learn more about how you can express your style by wearing compression garments here.

Depending on the compression class you have to wear or if you have to cope with joint problems or limited mobility, donning aids are an option to ease the application of your garments. Click here for more tips around easier application.

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