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AW Style 234 Men's Closed Toe Fly Front Leotard - 20-30 mmHg

ITEM #:040098072
Brand: Ames Walker
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Unique Ames Walker Style 234 compares with products selling for well over $100! Our men's waist-length, 20-30 mmHg compression leotard, designed just for men. Medical weight, closed toe, graduated compression, medically approved; a masculine, full-length garment, for treatment of upper and lower leg circulatory problems. This unique product features a brief-type top, with a built-in fly opening, FINALLY, for men!

Features:

• Medical weight compression, closed toe

• Two-way stretch design provides extra comfort

• Built with a men's brief top, with a fly opening

• Great for outdoor activities, recreational or vocational

Fiber Content: 80% Nylon / 20% Spandex

Made in the USA.

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4.0 out of 5 stars

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  • PHIL LAW

    SAN ANTONIO, TX

    Friday, May 13, 2016

    Knee-high support was suggested for my vericose veins, after sonogram revealed no related blockage or blood clots. I found the knee-highs worked so well to reduce swelling I went to the full leotard. Although much more difficult to put on and take off, they are comfortable, provide excellent pain and swelling relief but especially so during exercise. I wear them while weight lifting, stationery bike, and walking.

  • Monday, March 14, 2016

    I have had to wear the leotards for several years due to blood clots. I use rubber garden gloves to help put them on.

  • Dana Jordan

    Wednesday, December 4, 2013

    I stand and walk 8 to 16 hrs. a day. These have made my legs feel great. No more swelling, heavy feeling. No more leg cramps. Leg pain is gone. Great product.

  • robert

    Wednesday, December 5, 2012

    I work in a factory in Canada.Most days or nights i find myself on my feet 11 to 12 hours non stop. The leotards are a great blessing and really help. I would suggest that ames make a leotard in 15-20 as 30-40 compression for men who like a fly. Pleas make the product a little more stronger. You would have a great advantage over other companies in your line of business. thanks bob

  • David

    Sunday, January 22, 2012

    The doctor has ordered 30-40 compression but I find these suffucient for teaching all day. Like another reviewer, I too reccommend using "It Stays" (Particulary if you have very hairy legs.) to assist these staying up all day and plan on wearing underwear as well. My reccommendation to the manufacturer would be to reduce/lower the rise as I have to fold the top down for a proper fit. having said this, I'm on my second pair. The best solution so far.

  • Keith

    Monday, September 12, 2011

    These are too hot and bulky to wear under trousers. Instead I took the plunge and bought style 33 20-30 women's stockings. They don't bunch behind the knees, are bearable to wear under trousers during summer. My only criticism of them is that the foot is too small and the top of the heel corner is prone to tear if pulled the wrong way. Otherwise they are much cheaper and last a long time. It would be great if AM gave men more choices wirh compression garments.

  • Ken

    Wednesday, November 24, 2010

    I tried them on once and didn't wear them again for a year. I had issue with the compression at the knee. I pinched badly and bothered me a lot. I have since learned a few tricks wearing other products and applied it to these as well. To keep them up I use "Iy Stays" which works fantastic. A few dabs and they stop sliding dowm. I have also found that Black Hosiery needs to be washed a time or two to get the extra dye out of the fabric in order for it to fit properly. I find the leg length a bit long and this also causes some of the pinching behind the knee.

  • Ron N.

    Saturday, March 27, 2010

    I went to the waist length leotard because I had extreme problems with knee length and thigh length stockings sliding down when I am working. These stockings have lasted much longer with less runs and holes than the thigh length stockings from another manufacturer that my doctor told me to wear. These leoptards also slide down but I pull them up above my belt line and then keep my belt very tight and that helps to keep them up somewhat. They do bunch up behind my knee but I found that pulling the lower part of the stocking down and allowing the extra length to fold over in the toe area of my shoe helps to keep the bunching to a minimum. This isn't an ideal solution but it does allow me to continue to wear them while I am working. I detest wearing compression stockings but as long as the doctor tells me I must wear them I feel this brand is the best option I have yet found.

  • Joel S.

    Friday, March 26, 2010

    I bought this product on 2/26/10 & received it on 3/4/10. I wore these on 3/5/10 for first time. I took advice from one of the last reviewers & ordered Medium, since I'm 5'11.5" tall. The length is perfect. The feel & function of these tights are great, and the compression is just right at M size. The fit, well, this is my story. If I wear briefs underneath these tights, these leotards stay up reasonably well, with no adjustment or a minor one after 3-4 hrs of being constantly on my feet. Even with being a little snug, they sometimes feel as if they're slightly bunching behind the knees, even if tight and no bunch is visible (not a big issue). If I do not wear briefs under these tights, the elastic band is not enough to keep the tights from slipping down my waist 1-2 inches in 2-3 hrs, and it is very annoying to keep pulling them back up when I wear these as underwear, because they are a little slippery on my waist & thigh. This is why I gave this product a 4-star instead of a 5. Be sure to wear underwear under these tights before using them. The fly opening, I found, is a little bit scant & not quite in the right place (similar to FTL briefs!) Also, I would like to see more color options added: Navy Blue, Light Charcoal Gray, Khaki Green, White, and (optional for hunters' delight) Camoflage! Also, I would like to see both 15-20 mmhg & 30-40 mmhg compression tights/leotards in closed toe with fly opening for men, with extra elastic control top and regular available.

  • Steve

    Wednesday, January 20, 2010

    I have only had one pair, but as the previous poster stated that they bunch behind the knee is true for me as well. The other problem is that they will easily develop a run that is uncontrollable. I will be trying compression thghts from Under Armour and Skins.

  • Frank

    Saturday, November 14, 2009

    I have worn these for a number of years. They are a bit of a struggle to get on. I like the fly in them. They wear for a long time. The one issue I have with them is they bunch behind the knees which is uncomfortable.

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