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What are diabetic socks? Diabetic socks are special socks that feature padded soles, moisture-wicking materials, and a seamless design. All of th ... [read more]
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Jobst SensiFoot - Mini Crew 8-15mmHg Diabetic Compression Support Socks

1768
  • 8-15mmHg Support
  • Antifungal/antibacterial finish
  • Non irritating, smooth toe seams
  • Acrylic fiber blend to keep feet dry
  • Designed for the needs of diabetics
  • Extra padding in the foot, heel, and toe for comfort and safety
From $10.95

Jobst SensiFoot - Knee High 8-15mmHg Diabetic Compression Support Socks

1804
  • Designed for the needs of diabetics
  • Smooth toe seams are non irritating
  • Compression socks with 8-15mmHg of support
  • Extra padding in the foot, heel, and toe for increased comfort and safety
  • Acrylic fiber blend with an antifungal/antibacterial finish keeps feet dry and healthy
From $13.95

Jobst SensiFoot - Crew Length 8-15mmHg Diabetic Compression Support Socks

1805
  • Smooth, non irritating toe seams
  • Unisex diabetic support wear sock
  • 8-15mmHg Gradient compression
  • Extra padding in the foot, heel, and toe for comfort and safety
From $12.45

Juzo OTC Silver Sole - Knee High 12-16mmHg Compression Support Socks

3585
  • Mild compression support socks
  • Machine washable/dry in dryer
  • A channeled toe seam reduces friction and irritation
  • Pillowed sole offers added protection comfort
From $17.95

Sigvaris Well Being - Knee High 8-15mmHg Eversoft Diabetic Compression Support Socks

4006
  • Ideal for use in diabetic foot and leg care therapy
  • 8-15mmHg Gradient compression, helps reduce swelling
  • Flat toe seam reduces friction and helps protect the foot
  • Extra padded sole for superior comfort
  • Non binding top band
From $19.16
Description

What are diabetic socks?

Diabetic socks are special socks that feature padded soles, moisture-wicking materials, and a seamless design. All of these characteristics help keep feet in healthy condition.


What do diabetic socks do?

Diabetic socks increase circulation to the feet, cushion the soles of the feet, and keep the skin dry. This is important because diabetics are more susceptible to foot injuries, poor circulation, and fungal infections.


Additional Information

Diabetic socks are not the same as compression socks and they should not be used interchangeably. Compression stockings create pressure on the legs to increase blood flow to the heart, whereas diabetic socks increase blood flow to the feet. Compression socks apply too much pressure to the feet, which can lead to foot ulcers and other problems in diabetics. Be sure to speak with your doctor to determine which footwear product is best for your condition. For more tips on keeping your feet healthy, see our blog on diabetic foot care.

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