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How to Wear and Fit Questions for Apolla Socks

Now that you have your socks, are you not sure how they fit and feel? Having trouble getting them on? These questions should help.

I can't get them on! Don't worry, we can help 😊

Every foot is different, and it is possible you are in the wrong size. You also may just need help getting them on. Full Return & Exchange Information LINKED HERE

What does “anatomically correct” mean?

All of our Apolla Shocks® have a Right and a Left foot and must be worn on the correct foot to be effective and have the optimal fit. Infinite, Performance, and AMPs: On the back inside cuff of the calf you will see a knit in "R" (right) and "L" (lef

My Apolla socks feel very tight. Should I exchange for the next size up?

Every foot is different, and it is possible you are in the wrong size. You also may just need help getting them on.

There is too much room in the toes on my pair of Shocks, why?

The Infinite and Performance Shocks are intended to provide freedom fit in the toes. However, if the toes are baggy, you may be in the wrong size. There are few body parts that vary or are more inconsistent than the feet. From toe length to proportio

Is it normal for my Alphas to fit very snug on my toes and ball of the foot?

Yes, the Alpha design is meant to have light compression in the toes. It does not restrict movement but is intended to be snug to hug to every curve of your feet and toes to truly show off your feet when you dance or for customers that do not like fl

I am not happy with my Sock's fit, what can I do?

Please take a look at our How To Wear page for more directions on how our compression socks should fit. IF that does not help? Please email us right away at [email protected]. We truly believe there is a Shock for everyone, however, since ev

How do I best put on my Infinite and Performance Shocks?

Please take a look at our How To Wear page for more directions on how our compression socks should fit. This is a compression garment. Knowing the first few times you put it on takes practice. However, it will become very easy once you have worn it a