8-15 mmHg Light
15-20 mmHg Medium
20-30 mmHg Firm
30-40 mmHg X-Firm
40-50 mmHg RX
What are compression levels?

Compression levels, the amount of pressure applied to your extremities, are measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg). The larger the number, the higher the compression. The different compression levels serve different purposes. They’re often prescribed by doctors for specific medical conditions, but they have non-medical advantages, too. At the bottom of this page is a chart that lays out the conditions compression garments are commonly prescribed for as well as the level of compression recommended for these conditions. Read More >>