Diabetic Socks For Women – Dr. Scholl’s 2 Pack Diabetes Circulatory Ankle Socks

May 7, 2016 - Comment

Diabetic socks for women from a name that you can trust in foot care. These Dr. Scholl’s 2 Pack Diabetes Circulatory Ankle Socks are affordable. They will allow circulation and the comfort of a non-binding top. When looking for comfort in a sock for diabetics it is important for them to be non-irritating on the skin.

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Diabetic socks for women from a name that you can trust in foot care. These Dr. Scholl’s 2 Pack Diabetes Circulatory Ankle Socks are affordable. They will allow circulation and the comfort of a non-binding top. When looking for comfort in a sock for diabetics it is important for them to be non-irritating on the skin. The smooth toe seam on these socks helps to provide that comfort.

Are you looking for improved circulation and comfort in a diabetic sock?

Diabetes and circulatory diabetic quarter socks that feature a non-binding top to allow circulation, moisture management yarn to keep feet dry, anti-microbial treatment to eliminate odor, smooth toe seam and cushioned sole for added comfort. Our diabetic sock is apma approved

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Comments

Liam Malone says:

If Loose fit Around the Ankles is What You Want Never thought I’d be writing about socks but these have made a hit for me and the Mrs. These are roomier in the foot than many size 8-11’s, very good cotton padding for wicking moisture from the feet and the toe band does not dig into your skin. Probably the biggest selling point is the loose fitting but not droopy ankle bands. The good Dr. S. is not paying the designer of these enough. I found them in several stores but supplies were scarce. They seem to be a big hit with diabetics, arthritics or the large but beautiful legged. I’ve also bought the black sets of 1/4 crew and crew lengths for work as they defininatly do not constrict your ankle or lower leg.

fred6301 says:

very comfortable These socks are great. They do not cut into your circulation or make marks on your leg. At the same time, they manage to stay up. Not only are they comfortable around your ankles, they also are cushioned (on the soles) quite nicely. They are a bit pricy and hard to find but well worth the price and the effort to find them. I bought them for my mom who as large legs and she loves them.

Trudy Kimmy says:

Trust Dr. Scholl’s, They’ve got your feet! These are the best ankle socks I’ve ever had. I’ve tried other styles of diabetic socks and Dr,. Scholl’s beat them all hands down. I finally began shopping for the diabetic style because I could no longer find the Dr. Scholl style anklet I had bought at least 20 years ago (they were discontinued somewhere along the way). and learned I would never match the comfort of those.Yes, I am a diabetic, but if left to all those other brand socks out there, I would not even bother with a regular type sock. Trust Dr. Scholl’s. They’ve got your feet ladies and I mean they have them in beautiful comfort. 🙂

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