Diabetic CREW Socks MEN XL, sock size 13-15, 1 dozen Pairs Black
- Comfortable - slips on easy over ankles
- Non-binding, Loose Fit Top - no more marks on legs from tight socks
- Machine Wash warm with like colors/Dryer
- Lightweight - great for blood circulation
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Size: Sock Size 13-15 | Color: Black
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Top Customer Reviews
My conclusion: If you want a loose fitting sock for neuropathy, your shoe size is ladies 5-9 and your foot is normal to mild edema, then this 9-11 size is good. If you have a lot of swelling in the foot, get the next size up. Sometimes I wear the 9-11 and when I broke my leg I wore the 10-13.
Have been using these socks for about a month now.
I'm not diabetic but I have large feet and calves.
It's great to finally have non-binding socks.
They have a lot of stretch in the top and don't leave "cut-in" marks on my legs.
The foot part is soft and leaves lots of wiggle room for my toes.
My wife wears them for sitting in the recliner because they also leave
wiggle room and go high up her legs, keeping her feet and legs warm.
I'd recommend these socks to anyone who suffers from too-tight socks.
You don't have to be a diabetic to get comfort from them.
I am not diabetic. I am 6' with muscular calves. Even the "extra large" size in every sock I've tried left deep marks in my calf. After years of wearing crew-length socks with work boots, I've started to develop permanent indentations. I've tried Fruit of the Loom, Hanes, Carhartt, J.B. Icelandic, Gold Toe, Darn Tough and Wigwam - all in extra large. Only the super-expensive Wigwams didn't leave marks and they developed holes within 3 uses.
These stay up and leave no marks. The padding around the top is thin, but the foot padding is sufficient, though I wouldn't call it ample. They are quite comfortable and sufficiently warm for average-to-chilly (but not super-cold) weather. They left a lot of lint even after an initial wash and two trips through the dryer - but after 3 washes and 5 trips through the dryer they're average with the lint. I haven't had them long enough to speak about durability, but at the price I can't complain if they wear out after a couple months.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The elastic is just too tight, I'll have to cut it so it doesn't dig into my calf.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
These are exactly what my 91 year old father wanted. These are soft and stretchy. Really easy to put on and take off. You don't have to be diabetic to use them.Published 2 days ago by Jannycat
My husband is loving these socks, Stay in place without creating constriction. Holding up well after 2 months of hard wear around the farm in boots.Published 4 days ago by carleen from Oviedo
I've bought diabetic socks for years and they always fit badly. These fit well and I'm quite pleased.Published 5 days ago by Cass C.
Very comfortable and even tho' a bit large when I first use them, after drying in dryer, fit just great!! Love themPublished 7 days ago by Susan H.
Great Socks at a Great Price. I Have tried many many brands of diabetic socks and these are as good or better than others I have bought. Hold up well to repeated washings. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jimbo 28
Great price on a protective stocking for men with diabetes or heart disease like my husband!Published 7 days ago by Sally Eddy