TXG's cushioned diabetic socks are the ultimate sock for vulnerable feet that need extra special care. Designed to minimise restriction round the ankle and calf, and maximise comfort underfoot, they’re the ideal loose top sock for men and women with sensitivities searching for ultimate ‘sole mate’.
Lightweight, super soft, seamless and compression free these non-restrictive cushioned diabetic socks provide your feet with the perfect environment. They wick away moisture from your skin, control foot odour and keep your feet feeling comfy and fresh for longer. Plus, they’re easy-to-clean and quick-to-dry.
Don’t let diabetic foot problems hold you back. Do you what you love and need to do without pressure or soreness in TXG’s cushioned diabetic socks.
Give your feet the comfort they crave and order your TXG cushioned diabetic socks today
TXG cushioned diabetic socks are perfect for men and women looking for a padded sole and loose top sock that expands to care for sore or swollen ankles. They’re the ultimate treat for feet suffering the effects of diabetes, neuropathy, circulatory problems or edema.
The Acrylic, Nylon and Spandex (Lycra®) fibres are specially woven to allow these socks to stretch up to 22cm and provide a snug fit around the ankle with no pressure points, no bunching up and no slipping down. The perfect combination of ergonomic features for sensitive feet.
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Enjoy softer steps and happier feet by ordering your TXG cushioned diabetic socks today. Just choose your size and have them delivered anywhere in Australia within 7-10 days for free. Or, upgrade to express delivery for just $6.95 and you enjoy the comfort of your loose top diabetic socks within 3 days.
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