Some Mother’s Day gifts are just too Plain Jane. Especially for someone who raised an adventurer like you. Thanks to Lily Trotters, a special reward for her legs and feet is at your fingertips.
The gift of compression socks for your Mom (or Dad for that matter) may be more appreciated than those flowers or chocolates you had in mind. They can help legs and feet recover faster, move smoother and just feel better — whether you are a mom or you're shopping for one.
Speaking of Mother’s Day, she probably could’ve used several pairs of Lily Trotters when she was pregnant with you for better circulation and less cramps. But here’s your chance to make up for it! Send Mom some Lily Trotters to use on plane trips to come visit you or in her day to day life. They can help her avoid something very real called Deep Vein Thrombosis when cabin air pressure causes dehydration, making blood thicker and more likely to pool. Who needs that?
Lily Trotters produced the first-ever, high-performance designer line of compression socks. We also created a custom color palette to complement every kind of wardrobe – from fitness to fashion. So, there’s bound to be a pair to fit your mom’s personal style. if you can’t decide on a style or close to missing your May 14th deadline, just purchase her a Lily Trotters gift card. Problem solved!
Sitting down for extended periods of time — as you might be doing right now! — can also increase the flow of blood to your legs and feet to deleterious effect. For your own health and comfort, might as well treat yourself to a cool pair of Lily Trotters, too. Take care of your veins, and they’ll take care of you.
For any mother in your life, compression socks are a simple, longstanding way to say "Thank you!"
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