We want you to get the most benefit out of your Trtl Socks, so it's really important to get the right fit.
Measure around the widest part of your calf and your ankle then our tool will suggest the best size for you.
Please measure your calf and ankle circumference before choosing your Trtl Socks
If your measurements match two sizes, please choose the larger size.
|INCHES or CM||Small||Medium||Large|
|7½-8½ in||8½-9½ in||9½-10½ in|
|11-15 in||13-17 in||14-18 in|
|INCHES or CM||Ankle
|Small||7½-8½ in||11-15 in|
|Medium||8½-9½ in||13-17 in|
|Large||9½-10½ in||14-18 in|
1. Graduated Compression of 15-21mmHg at the ankle helps to reduce swelling and promotes a healthy circulation in your feet and calves, so you can feel awesome on your next journey wearing your Trtl Travel Socks.
2. Made with COOLMAX fibre and knitted using a breathable, comfortable knit. Lightweight and durable, made with LYCRA for superior fit and shape retention.
3. Cushioned heel, toe and sole for extra comfort on every step of the journey. Original designs with flat toe seams make for a superior sock experience. Trtl Socks are comfort guaranteed and traveller approved :)
Trtl socks use a gentle compression to promote a healthy circulation in your feet and legs as you travel. Enjoy comfortable, breathable and cushioned support on the go.
Long haul travel can be pretty exhausting but Trtl Socks will make sure your legs are rested and ready for adventure when you (finally) arrive.
It's really important that Trtl Socks, and compression socks in general, fit your leg well. For that reason, we always use your ankle and calf circumference, and not shoe size, to determine the size of your Trtl Socks. Please see the sizing chart for more information!
Any tape measure will do! Measure around the thin part of your leg, just above your ankle bone, and then around the widest part of your calf. Check out our video for more help!
Trtl Socks will keep their compression for up to 30 washes. We would recommend to replace them after that.
Whilst there is no particular upper limit, we recommend that you just wear them like normal socks - take them off at the end of the day, or at the end of the journey! There's no need to wear your socks while you're laying down, so take them off before bed.
Hand-linking is a high-quality way to join the toe pocket to the rest of the sock. Some socks use a bulky, irritating seam to do that, but hand-linked seams are completely flat. No toe irritation means an even more comfortable wear, every step of the way!
Trtl Socks are not designed to treat DVT. They are designed to improve blood circulation, which has been shown to help prevent DVT. If you need medical treatment you should always go to your doctor, and if they prescribe socks make sure you wear them.
The first thing to do is remeasure your legs - we all fluctuate naturally in leg diameter, and its possible you may have moved up or down a size. If you are still the right size but your socks feel uncomfortable, please get in touch and we'll be happy to help!
Please machine wash your socks at 30 degrees, and don't use fabric conditioner. Drip dry them, and make sure you don't tumble dry, iron, or bleach them.
We find that turning the sock inside out up to the heel, sliding your foot in, and then unrolling the sock up your leg is the easiest way to put them on. The key thing with compression socks is that they are smooth on your leg - there should be no wrinkles in the socks, and the cuff should not be folded down.