RedHead® Diabetic Comfort Merino Wool Crew Socks
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- Dry non-restrictive, non-binding sock for diabetics with the insulating comfort of merino wool
- Low compression leg design with non-binding top
- Extensive mesh construction in the foot
- Fully cushioned foot bottom
- Virtually seamless toe closure
Enjoy warm, dry feet from a comfortable, non-restrictive, non-binding sock with the RedHead Diabetic Comfort Merino Wool Crew Sock. Designed especially for diabetics looking for a sock that does not constrict the foot or leg, this lightweight, high density sock features a very low compression leg design with non-binding top. Extensive mesh construction in the foot encourages ventilation for great moisture management and comfort! A fully cushioned foot bottom provides extra cushioning and more moisture control. Virtually seamless toe closure. Made of 40.5% Merino Wool, 40.5% polypropylene, 18% nylon, and 1% spandex. Fits sizes 10-13. One pair. Color: Green/Black.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by GameHunter11 Great Product
These socks are good quality. I first bought one pair to try,and after trying them I ordered 6 more pair. I would definitely recommend this product .
August 31, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by kadrik0 Great Socks
I'm not a diabetic, but there's a strong chance I will become one later in life with the family history and being overweight. I bought these socks since number 1 they were on sale, but also because of my hunting boots. My boots have a ton of insulation and my feet actually got too hot while hunting in 20 degree weather with a normal wool hunting sock. I purchased a new pair of boots, but they run a little smaller. An 11.5 can fit in a 12, but having a thick sock will probably cut off circulation and be too tight. These socks are comfortable, not as thick, breathable on the top of the foot, and has about 3/4 or slightly more warmth of a typical thick wool sock. This sock will keep my feet warm, keep it comfy, and not cut off circulation on my feet with a slightly tighter fitting boot. If you feet are ever too hot or if you feel like the boot/sock combo is cutting off circulation this is the sock for you. I would still use this in 10-20 degree weather. It really is a warm sock, but will add comfort to your feet.
November 1, 2011
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