FAQ 1: Should Diabetic Socks Be Well Padded?
Hi everyone this is Nate with SmoothToe.com, and today’s question is, “Should diabetic socks be well padded?” And the answer is “Yes! Most definitely.” Why is this important? Well there’s two reasons:
For one, diabetic socks need thick padding from the heel to the toe. This is especially important if you lost the fatty pad on the bottom of your foot. This will help prevent pressures from forming. And two …
Diabetic socks should be thinner at the top of the sock. This is important so that the sock does not bulk up in the bottom of your shoe.
SmoothToe socks are the answer - and here’s why …
They provide relief for swollen ankles and feet. They provide relief for sensitive feet. They offer extra padding on the sole, and they provide protection for loss of feeling. There’s protection for dry, flaky skin, and finally, SmoothToe socks are made with CoolMax comfort, which is 100% Cotton Free.
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