Women's Diabetic Quarter Top Socks - Solid Color
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Diabetic socks don't have to be boring, plain colors. Express who you are with your favorite hue.
More than 30 million people living in the United States suffer from diabetes. One of the largest complaints of such sufferers is foot irritation from improper socks. Diabetic patients complain about numerous issues with their socks such as toe sensitivity related to different severities of neuropathy. Such sensitivity is exacerbated by socks with pronounced toe seams and socks with restrictive leg bands or leg bands that are too small. Many man-made materials used in socks can cause foot irritation to diabetic sufferers. In some rarer cases, even the dye or bleach used in sock preparation can cause skin reactions.
We offer a variety of styles that address these issues. These include: seamless toe socks, non-restrictive socks, high natural cotton content socks with minimal man-made materials, even socks that are unbleached and not dyed for those sensitive to such things.
Made by Dr. Allay
Contains: 94% Cotton - 5% Nylon - 1% Spandex