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Women’s Diabetic Socks
At Feetures™, we understand that a great sock company should always consider the needs of each customer, especially those with special foot care requirements. That’s why we cultivated a premium Diabetic Sock Collection that serves to increase blood flow, enhance performance, and reduce recovery time after activities, all while maintaining unmatched comfort.
Our Exclusive Lines of Diabetic Socks
Our APMA-approved Therapeutic line features a non-binding top, seamless toe, and unparalleled comfort. With variable sock heights available, find out why our customers with special foot care needs rave about this innovative sock.
Our Graduated Compression line was constructed to provide an unmatched custom-like fit, improving circulation and reducing muscle fatigue. Through the use of targeted compression, high-density cushioning, and anatomical design, this revolutionary line promotes a faster recovery time for your active lifestyle.
Feetures® premium socks are engineered to provide a custom fit unlike any on the market. Designed to conform to your unique anatomical specifications, our socks fit snugly to prevent bunching and reduce the risk of blisters. Our detailed sizing chart will assist in determining your optimal size. We generally recommend going up a size if you are between sizes to ensure maximum comfort. Please contact our team with any questions—we are happy to provide additional information in order to guarantee the perfect Feetures® fit.
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Diabetic Sock Collection
Our mission is to engineer products that will make your feet feel their best, whatever your physical and medical needs may be. Many people overlook the correlation between their socks and performance, which is why we’ve compiled some common questions we receive regarding our breakthrough sock technology.
What do compression socks do?
The aim of compression socks is to prevent cramps and swelling by reducing excess movements made by your calf muscles. Wearing compression socks can help decrease the energy output of your legs, meaning your muscles will experience reduced effects of fatigue. Our Graduated Compression line features 15-20 mmHg of compression at the ankle, gradually lessening towards the calf. This allows for increased blood flow, enhanced performance, and quick recovery.
What does APMA-approved mean?
The fact that our Therapeutic line has APMA approval means that it has been deemed beneficial for foot health and provides consistent value to your foot care regime by the American Podiatric Medical Association. This seal of approval simply recognizes the inarguable health benefits of this product.
Do compression socks help with running?
The aim of compression socks is to prevent cramps and swelling by reducing excess movements made by your calf muscles. Wearing compression socks while running can help decrease the energy output of your legs, meaning your muscles will experience reduced effects of fatigue.
Our Graduated Compression line features 15-20 mmHg of compression at the ankle, gradually lessening towards the calf. This allows for increased blood flow, enhanced performance, and quick recovery.