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Diastar Comfy Feet Diabetic Socks, Blue, 13-15, 3 pack

Diastar

Diastar Comfy Feet Diabetic Socks, Blue, 13-15, 3 pack

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Product Description Product Description
  • Diastar Comfy Feet Socks are the perfect socks for person with diabetes
  • lightweight with no binding or sagging yet have minimal compression to promote good circulation.
  • Made in the USA
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My Go-To SocksI have been wearing these socks for years. I am particularly a fan of the grey, which sometimes are hard to find. I appreciate the wider opening around my often swollen ankles and lower legs. These socks are not super soft or decorative, but they are the only ones I wear. 5Impressive at first, but not so good after experience; I changed to Dockers Diabetic Cushion socksI searched for comfortable, safe socks for a diabetic for a long time. These are the first ones that meet my criteria: soft, stay up on my ankles, keep my feet warm but dry, good ventilation, durable, comfortable with no bothersome seams. And it turned out that they are among the least expensive, a bonus. I would have paid much more for usable socks, but I didn't have to.I had read some reservations about these socks so I was a bit skeptical about getting them; however, I just don't find the problems with the socks, even though I am pretty picky. The only seams are out of the way, and they are nicely cushioned. The seam on these socks is absolutely safe and never bothers me. My wife, who has very, very tender feet, also loves them and cannot see any problems with the seams.The open-weave ankles surprised me and I was sure I would not be able to use them in the cold winters here. I was really surprised, then, to find that they kept my feet warm at -20 degrees F, in the snow. With regular shoes and pants. Later I wore them in snow boots for 2 hours out there in the cold, and they performed very well. My feet never got wet as they wicked moisture away, like they should.I have washed several pairs 6-8 times and they show no signs of wear. They don't snag very easily, they haven't pilled, and they haven't shrunk at all! They are just as comfortable as when I first got them.I sleep in them they are so comfortable and they are so well-ventilated that my feet do not perspire and my feet don't get hot, only comfortable.I am sold on these socks, so much so that I just ordered 6 more pairs.April 2, 2015 Update: long experience with many pairs of these socks has drastically changed my opinion. They fade badly, even when hand washed and air dried; and the fading isn't even! The brown turns to olive, and the colors are quite different between the ankles and the bottoms of the socks, and between pairs of socks. And they shrink so that many pairs do not even come up to the ankle bone.I have switched to Dockers diabetic socks, which are wonderful and very sturdy. Only one color, though: black. More expensive, but they last much longer and keep looking nice.Dec. 9, 2016 Dockers now has 3 colors: dark blue, black, tan. Several years of experience has been quite positive. 2Typically tighter than expected. I just can't order socks online anymore.I'm one of those special people that have thin type feet, but my ankles aren't. They swell up a tad when I'm on my feet and when they do, the socks are too tight. Socks shouldn't leave deep imprints on skin and I used to be able to buy nearly 100% cotton socks that don't bind at all. I only have a few of those baby's left and I'll mourn them when they go. Why is is so difficult to find socks??? I don't want them to "stay up" cause if they do, they will bind like crazy.As for these socks, they seem really cheaply made, but I bet they weren't. It's all due to the fact that fashion and clothing in general has taken a leap forward in design and a huge leap backward in quality and fit. If you're wondering, the swelling I experience isn't extreme. The search continues, in vain. 2Diabetic socks?These socks are more tightly woven in the sock foot, and are thiner than other socks I have purchased listed as diabetic.While the sock foot is fairly tightly woven (not real thin), the top of the socks are loosely woven and have a lot of stretch. Not as much as other diabetic socks I have purchased, but for the price - 3 pair for less than $5, it is a good deal. I'm glad I did not pay more.If you are looking for thick sock soles as cushions for neuropathy, you may want to continue your search.I have used 6 of these socks, and find some run a bit smaller than others but still fit, and some have been rewoven in places.I would have preferred a thicker looser sock with the name "diabetic", but for the price, this is a good deal if loosely woven thick cushioned soles in your socks are not a necessity. 5Good Product not even close in color shownI wear the heck out of these socks. I am not diabetic but I like how comfortable they are and I can tuck my trousers into the top of them for cycling. They wear out and get the odd hole here and there but worth it for the unrestricted fit. So far I have only bought black ones for winter cycling. They are plenty warm.So . . .I decides to buys me some light colored ones for summer walking trips.That was when the "trouble" started. I wanted tan but talked my self into using the off white / ivory looking ones they call "tan".What arrived at my door were orangish leather colored. Certainly not on the light brown . . . what I would call tan . . . side.They make my tan walking shoes look dirty.I will use them to wear around the house but they look ghastly with my tan walking shoes.They fit well and are comfortable though . . .shame about the color.They might look good with other shoe colors.See the orange in the lettering here on Amazon ? They are nearly that color. Add a touch of white and that is the color of socks we are discussing here.Good luck. I'm pulling for ya. We are all in this together. 4Very disappointedI am very disappointed with these socks. They are miserably uncomfortable. They are scratchy and there is a HUGE seam on the toe. The bulky seam right on the toes render these socks virtually unwearable. These socks were advertised as being soft and comfortable. Believe me, they are far from soft OR comfortable. I washed them before I tried to wear them to see if they would get softer and they did not. When I was folding them, I discovered one had a big hole in the toe. All in all, this was a horrible purchase. I would definitely NOT recommend them. 1not very durableI wanted a pair of socks that would not bind and these seemed like they would be okay and several reviewers had said as much. I also wanted socks which would last a little as it seemed most of my socks develop holes in the toes within months of me wearing them. So I tried these out. At first it seemed like they would not bind because they were so soft putting on, in fact I couldn't understand exactly how they were able to stay up but they did. However, when I took them off, I saw that they do indeed bind although not as much as my regular socks. This, I felt was a fair trade-off because they were so comfortable to wear. But after I washed them and took them out for a second wearing, the first pair immediately developed holes in the toes. "That's odd..." I thought, "it must just be a fluke." but subsequently, each pair that I have worn after washing has had the exact same result. I can't say that I would recommend these socks to anyone. 1Worst socks everBought these for my Dad who is suffering from edema. You can actually see through the weave of these socks. I washed them before wearing to take out whatever chemicals they had in them, and the socks became limp. Turning them inside out revealed that all of the "seams" are not seams at all. You can see the threads all open and hanging, just waiting to unravel. Not well made at all! And to boot, they didn't fit when I tried to put them on my Dad. They either were too small to begin with, or shrunk, because the heel didn't come to his heel. The weave in the ankle part was so open that you could see Dad's skin right through the socks. Worst socks I ever bought. They went right out. Unusable. Can't believe anyone can sell anything like this. I can't fault the seller, as they arrived quickly from Amazon. Just wish I could have seen them first. sigh. I bought the grey as-well-as the white ones. I went back and bought more medi-socks for diabetics. They are much better than these. If I could give this product less than a star, I would. They are now dust rags. 1Yuk, lint falls off, sticks to you toes, feet, sorry to sayBlack threads come off onto your feet and leave the white bathroom floor rugs towels full of black lint, from your feet. I had to throw mines al away. Otherwise were loose, not tight, were comfy, but thin. Cold days, need double up. I will never buy again because the material comes apart not your bare feet only finally coming off during your shower. Yuk. 1Soft, Comfortable and Do Not BindWhen I noticed that my elderly father was slicing into the tops of his socks with a scissors, I got the idea that he needed new and different socks. Socks with a lot of stretch at the top. Far more stretch than the usual man's sock.I checked the stores but they only offered what is called "diabetic" socks in white. Even at his advanced age, my father is not going to wear white socks, unless he is playing tennis, and believe me, that event is highly, highly unlikely. So I began to search for dark diabetic socks, preferably black.I found two manufacturers that make them. These socks by Diastar and socks by Wigwam Wigwam Men's Diabetic Strider Sock. Not really knowing which to buy, I bought both. The socks by Wigwam are all acrylic. They are ok. They fit well, they do not bind and they do not fall down.The Diastar socks, however, are better. They are very soft and cushy. They are 90% cotton. They do not bind or sag and they stay up. The top is an innovative mesh-like open weave that is very comfortable. They wash well. They come in Black, Brown, Blue, and of course, white. 4
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