Diabetic Socks for Men 12 Pairs Crew – Diabetic Socks Womens – Seamless Socks – Wide Calf Socks – Plus Size Socks – Diabetes Socks for Diabetics – Made in USA (Gray, 9-11 (Women’s Size))

Tops easily stretch over ankles and bounce back into shape. loose fitting tops stretch over ankle for ease of dressing. Tops bounce back for a comfort fit without binding the leg. Allows for better blood circulation, so important for diabetics and people with circulatory problems or neuropathy. Note: for people with such severe edema that shoes are uncomfortable, buyer may find that the next size up might be indicated. (available in other listings in sock size 9-11 and 13-15) sock size 10-13, typically fits shoe sizes men 7 – 11 economical – keep your loved one supplied with diabetic socks at a low price. For best fit, order the sock size that you usually buy at the store.

Product Features

  • BENEFITS: Comfortable and slips easily over the ankles without a struggle. Maximum comfort without being too tight. Makes your legs and feet feel great. No blood circulation restriction.
  • RECOMMENDED BY DOCTORS: Rated # 1 medical diabetic large socks for circulatory problems, edema, diabetes, and neuropathy. The perfect diabetic compression socks.
  • MAKES A GREAT GIFT: Perfect gift for anyone you know who suffers from diabetes – mens or women.
  • MULTIPLE WASHES: Our durable Made in USA diabetic socks can withstand multiple washes. Machine wash warm. Only non-chlorine bleach. Separate from light colors. Tumble dry warm. Low iron only, if needed.
  • 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: Doesn’t fit? Style or color not as expected? No Problem…we offer free returns, no questions asked.

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3 Responses to Diabetic Socks for Men 12 Pairs Crew – Diabetic Socks Womens – Seamless Socks – Wide Calf Socks – Plus Size Socks – Diabetes Socks for Diabetics – Made in USA (Gray, 9-11 (Women’s Size))

  1. Anonymous says:

    So you pay a little more that a buck and a half for a pair of socks. Pretty good deal if you want to just cover your feet. The problem is that are very loose on the foot (I wear a size 9 shoe) and they twist and move as you walk. The bottom of the sock has no extra cushion and is the same knit as the rest of the sock. After the first wash, there were elastic strings hanging on multiple socks. The upper was tight on the calf and should not be for a diabetic sock. I had rather spend $7 for a pair…