Step-By-Step Measuring Guide
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Step-By-Step Measuring Guide
While the sizes on some light support stockings are determined by shoe size or height and weight, the sizes on most support stockings are determined using a few simple measurements.

Use the guide below to assist you in taking appropriate measurements. Be sure to record your sizes in order to appropriately utilize our sizing charts.

Simply follow the steps below and record your measurements for each step...

STEP 1: Measure the circumference of your ankle. Measure around the narrowest part of your ankle above the ankle bone. Record this measurement...

STEP ONE

STEP 2: Measure the circumference of your calf. Measure around your calf at it's widest part. Record this measurement...

STEP TWO

STEP 3: Measure the length of your calf. Measure from the floor to the bend in your knee. Record this measurement...

STEP THREE

STEP 4: Measure the circumference of your thigh. Measure around the widest part of your thigh just below your gluteal fold. Record this measurement...

STEP FOUR

STEP 5: Measure the length of your thigh. Measure from the gluteal fold to the floor. Record this measurement...

STEP FIVE

STEP 6: Measure around your hips. Locate the widest part of your hips or waist and measure all the way around. Record this measurement...

CONGRATULATIONS!!! By taking these measurements, you can now appropriately determine your size for any Jobst, Sigvaris, Juzo or Mediven stocking.

If you still require assistance determining your size, please contact one of our certified fitters.
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