PRLog - Dec. 8, 2010 - SAN DIEGO -- Diabetic socks consist of three main components; a non-binding top, seamless toe and an anti-fungal agent. Diabetics socks are created to be worn for long periods of time, giving a diabetic comfort and optimal circulation. Diabetic socks also have a layer of protection to reduce cuts and blisters.
Sugar Free Sox
White diabetic socks are recommended for those who are prone to ulcers. This helps the diabetic choose faster with the stain on the sock. If you don't have this problem, any color of diabetic socks is fine to use.
Diabetic socks vary from brand to brand in style and quality. Diabetic socks can be found in thicker materials and with cushion. This is fine if it is your preference, however, many pedorthists like a thinner material for a more custom fit of the foot in the shoe. Thicker materials often weigh down the sock and don't stay up very well. Those diabetic socks are normally constructed with a tighter top to keep them up which cancels the main purpose of the sock. Diabetic socks by Sugar Free Sox utilize a thinner construction, allowing maximum stretch and increased stay up power. Visit http://www.sugarfreesox.com for more information.
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We created Sugar Free Sox to serve both your health and comfort, they stretch further than a regular sock with a non-binding top, promoting circulation and keeping you comfortable. Avoiding the sock ring imprints on legs helps toward the prevention of blood clots and varicose veins. Visit http://www.sugarfreesox.com for more information.