Diabetic Socks for Men and Diabetic Socks for Women
EcoSox bamboo diabetic socks for men and diabetic socks for women are developed for people with diabetes or who have a diabetic condition, but the specially designed relaxed fit of the non-binding, stay-up tops of our bamboo diabetic socks can be enjoyed by anyone.
Socks for Diabetes
Individuals with diabetes oftentimes need to be more particular about what type of socks they choose to wear due to the elevated risks of foot complications associated with the disease. Neuropathy, Edema, foot ulcers, calluses, dry skin, and poor circulation are all complications related to diabetes.
EcoSox constructs these bamboo socks for diabetes to provide the ultimate comfortable solution. These diabetic socks are designed to keep feet dry, clean, and healthy by using yarns derived from bamboo cellulose that wicks moisture away from the foot up through the sock material, where moisture can quickly evaporate away. Other beneficial features include a cushioned footbed and an integrated smooth toe seam for added comfort. Making these bamboo diabetic socks – really comfortable socks.
There are no differences between our diabetic socks for men and diabetic socks for women other than the sizing. Please refer to our sizing chart to ensure you select the correct size of diabetic socks.
Here at EcoSox, one of our goals is to continue to be eco-friendly. Using viscose from bamboo to create these bamboo socks for diabetics, we leverage one of the most ecologically friendly grasses on our planet, making it an attractive alternative to cotton and petroleum-based fibers. In addition, any of our bamboo diabetic socks that have the "This Product Plants One Tree" stamp, you'll be planting a tree when purchasing.
Frequent Questions About Diabetic Socks
A: People with a diabetic condition are more likely to experience problems with their feet. One way to prevent foot-related illnesses is to wear protective diabetic socks that promote circulation and blood flow.
A: Diabetes can cause edema or swelling in the feet and ankles. Wearing diabetic socks with compression can help improve circulation and reduce swelling.
A: Diabetic socks come in a variety of lengths from no-show to low-cut to crew-length and over-the-knee. The length of your sock will depend on your preferences. Over-the-knee socks are a popular choice for people with circulation issues.
A: Diabetic No-show socks are designed to be invisible inside your shoe, sitting below the ankle bone. Diabetic Low-rise socks are not completely hidden by your shoes and sit at your ankle.
A: Diabetic socks are designed to keep your feet dry, decrease the risk of foot injury, and improve blood circulation. This is important because diabetics are more susceptible to foot problems such as nerve damage, which can lead to injuries going unnoticed.
A: Diabetic socks can be worn daily and washed frequently. Most socks will last around six months with regular wear and proper care. To keep your socks looking newer for longer, wash your diabetic socks in a mesh undergarment bag in the washer and use low heat when drying.