Women's Cotton Diabetic Crew Socks – DIABETIC SOCK CLUB

Collection: Women's Cotton Diabetic Crew Socks

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Get protection for work or play with cotton diabetic crew socks. These specially-designed socks have cushioning to help to prevent injury to the feet and lower legs whether you’re on the job or out for a hike. The physician-approved socks are machine-washable, moisture-wicking, and anti-blister to keep your foot worries to a minimum.

Extra stretch in the top of the sock prevents blood flow restriction without falling down to your ankles. Available in a variety of colors, these socks can be worn daily--no matter what your schedule looks like. Like all of our socks, these are made in the USA and come with a 100% Quality Guarantee.

Experience Ultimate Foot Care with Diabetic Crew Socks

Foot care is a vital component of diabetes management. To keep your feet injury-free and healthy, you need high-quality, comfortable, and well-fitting diabetic socks. Using our specialty, Women's Cotton Diabetic Crew Socks keeps feet dry, free from fungus, improves blood flow, and provides cushioning. These features help in keeping your feet healthy and free from potential injuries.

Why You Need Cotton Diabetic Crew Socks?

Diabetic women usually have sensitive feet due to insufficient blood flow and may suffer from different foot conditions and injuries. Their feet need more protection than others. Wearing the right pair of socks is crucial for women with diabetes.
Our uniquely designed diabetic crew socks safeguard their feet from developing other problems ensuring comfort and health. Most of the diabetic women also develop neuropathy, edema, and vascular disease. Neuropathy damages nerves, which results in loss of sensation in the feet and legs.

Without properly functioning nerves, it is impossible to feel hot or cold sensations or if there is a sore or cut on feet. This loss of sensation can cause serious conditions and infections. Vascular disease makes blood vessels narrow. It decreases the flow of blood to the legs and feet, resulting in slow healing of any cuts, wounds, or sores. This also increases the chances of ulcer development.