Dr. Scholl's

Women's Diabetic and Circulatory Ankle Socks, 2 Ct

Walmart # 552315663

Dr. Scholl's

Women's Diabetic and Circulatory Ankle Socks, 2 Ct

Walmart # 552315663
$8.44$8.44
$4.22 / each
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Keep healthy and keep going with Dr. Scholl's socks. The Dr. Scholl's Women's Diabetes And Circulatory Diabetic Ankle Socks 2-Pack is the perfect sock if you are suffering from diabetes, circulation issues, or have sensitive skin. Constructed with premium materials, the sock fits women's shoe sizes 4-10 and 8-12 and features a soft, non-binding top that doesn't constrict your legs. Moisture dispersion technology keeps your feet dry and antimicrobial properties keep your feet feeling fresh. These socks feature a reinforced heel and toe to resist abrasion and a smooth toe seam to prevent irritation and friction on your toes. The socks are cotton-free to reduce moisture absorption and latex-free to help avoid common allergic reactions. Every pair of Dr. Scholl's socks is guaranteed for one full year from the date of purchase. If you are dissatisfied in any way, the manufacturer will replace them for free. The socks are approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association.

About This Item

  • Fits women's shoe sizes 4-10 and 8-12
  • Soft, comfortable non-binding top
  • Moisture management technology
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Soft & Stretchy !

I have very bad circulatory problems with my legs, they often swell up ,so I need socks that are lose and none binding. These Dr. Scholl's Diabetes & Circulatory women's ankle socks do just that! The Dr. Scholl's socks stretch as my legs swell so there is no indentation in my legs when I take them off.They are made of polyester, spandex and other fiber. My feet did not sweat with these socks and they did not smell. They are very soft and comfortable to where. They are Latex- Free to avoid common allergic reactions. Ultra smooth toe seam for all day comfort. The bottom is cushioned to protect feet. I love these Dr. Scholl's Diabetes & Circulatory socks . I will by more not just for me but my Mother who is a Diabetic and my Husband who likes his socks to be non-binding. I highly recommend them.
Great Comfortable Socks
On My FeetIn Package

Soft, comfortable, no bind tops on the ankles!

I received Dr. Scholl's Diabetes & Circulatory women's size 4-10 ankle socks from the Walmart's Spark Reviewer program at no cost to me. This package comes with two pair of soft, medium thickness easy stretch tops to allow comfort at the ankle. They do not have the no skid bottoms but, will accommodate you ankles softly and gently while cushioning the bottoms of your feet with a gentle reinforced toe seam. More specifically, style # DSL 2052-B2-N is perfect for sensitive feet. Made in India, of 98% polyester, 1% spandex and 1% other fiber the socks are cotton free and latex free with Silvadur that allows feet to stay fresh from microbial agents. Another new technology, FreeFlow assists in keeping feet dry. Dr. Scholl's socks are cold water machine washable for the black colors. White socks may be washed in warm water. Medium tumble dry is recommended. Dr. Scholl's socks come with a one year guarantee. In addition, Dr. Scholl's socks are accepted by the American Podiatric Medical Association.
New & improved technology.Gentle comfort for anyone!

Comfortable

Even though I am not diabetic, I wanted to see how these socks felt on my feet. These diabetic ankle socks are very soft and comfortable. They are not binding and I can’t even tell that there is a seam on the toes. These are ankle socks and the top stays up as well as most other socks. Anyone who is diabetic and or has swelling or circulation problems with their feet should find that these socks will be a great help. As for preventing odor, I don’t usually have foot odor but description sounds like it would help those who do. As far as moisture management, my feet never felt moist. These socks fit shoe sizes 8-12 and fit my size 8 feet (shoe) just fine. I, especially like that these socks are approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association and that that Dr Scholl’s socks are guaranteed for one year from the date of purchase, if you are dissatisfied and they will be replaced.

Not what I expected

The Dr. Scholl's Diabetes And Circulatory Diabetic Ankle Socks, which come 2 in a pack was a bit of a disappointment for me. I was looking forward to trying them out since I am pre-diabetic and have swollen feet and ankles for which I take a water pill to help control. I thought these may make that go away or at least help deal with the discomfort, but not so. I found the feel of them pleasant initially but about 2 hours into wearing my feet started bothering me and sweating. I never have a foot sweating problem so that was a first. Second was when I was walking around in my most favorite sneakers which again I have never had a problem with, these socks ended up bunching and bothering me. I feel that for me they weren't comfortable and didn't meet my expatations, especially from a company like Dr. Scholl's who I have bought many an awesome items.
Dr. Scholl's Diabetes And Circulatory Diabetic Ankle Socks, 2-PackDr. Scholl's Diabetes And Circulatory Diabetic Ankle Socks, 2-Pack

Warm, comfortable sox

These Dr. Scholl's Diabetes and Circulatory Diabetic Ankle Socks would be great for someone who has no feeling in their in their legs, for instance, like from peripheral neuropathy. These sox will fit shoe sizes up to size 10. My personal opinion is that if you wear a size 10 shoe, it would be better to buy the extended diabetic sox. They are for sizes 8 to 12. When you wear the right size sox, they definitely will not cut off your circulation and if you have no feeling in your legs except for peripheral neuropathic nerve pain, these sox would be a life-saver. I got these sox because I have friends with diabetes and who have no feeling in their legs or hands due to neuropathy. They have to protect their limbs, especially their feet and the soles of their feet from getting hurt from puncture wounds because they can’t feel that and the wounds could easily become infected. These sox are thick and soft. They probably wouldn’t protect you from a piece of glass shard, but they would protect you from normal things, like splinters or other ordinary things you might have on your floor. They are warm and comfortable; they do not cut or bind. The cuffs are thick and warm, but in no way do they bind your ankles so they don’t cut off the circulation. I wore them for a while just to try them because I have problem with swollen ankles and feet. These socks, in my opinion, do nothing for swollen feet. You need pressure and support for that and these diabetic sox do not give either because they don’t bind. The only downside to these warm, comfortable sox is that you have to keep pulling them up. As I was walking with them, they kept working their way down and if I hadn’t constantly pulled them up, they would have just slid off my feet. I don’t know a solution for that because of the lack of binding or any real snugness in these sox there is really nothing to hold them up. They say that the morpul cuff is supposed to hold them up, but it didn't do that for me. As a whole, they are comfortable, warm and they cuddle your feet. I would recommend these sox for anyone with neuropathy or with diabetic or sensitive feet which cannot tolerate binding or any interference with circulation. These sox are recommended by the American Podiatric Medical Association and are guaranteed for one full year from the date of purchase. Dr Scholl's will replace these sox if you are dissatisfied with them.
Thick and warm sox with a morpul cuffComfortable sox but sizes run small

Comfy Sox Not only for Diabetic or Sick Legs

These Dr. Scholl's Diabetes and Circulatory Extended Diabetic Ankle Socks are great for someone who has no feeling in their in their legs, for instance, like from peripheral neuropathy. These sox are called extended because they fit larger sizes from size 8 through 12 shoe size. They definitely will not cut off your circulation and if you have no feeling in your legs except for neuropathic nerve pain, these sox would be a life-saver. I got these sox because I have friends with diabetes and who have no feeling in their legs or hands due to neuropathy. They have to protect their limbs, especially their feet and the soles of their feet from getting hurt from puncture wounds because they can’t feel that and the wounds could easily become infected. These sox are thick and soft. They probably wouldn’t protect you from a piece of glass shard, but they would protect you from normal things, like splinters or other ordinary things you might have on your floor. They are warm and comfortable; they do not cut or bind. The cuffs are thick and warm, but in no way do they bind your ankles so they don’t cut off the circulation. I wore them for a while just to try them because I have problem with swollen ankles and feet. These socks, in my opinion, do nothing for swollen feet. You need pressure and support for that and these diabetic sox do not give either because they don’t bind. The only downside to these warm, comfortable sox is that you have to keep pulling them up. As I was walking with them, they kept sliding down and if I hadn’t constantly pulled them up, they would have just slid off my feet. I don’t know a solution for that because of the lack of binding or any real snugness in these sox there is really nothing to hold them up. But as a whole, they are comfortable, warm and they cuddle your feet. By asking friends about these sox, I've found out that some of my friends just like comfortable sox and that they love Dr. Scholl's sox. You don't have to have something wrong with your legs to love them. I would recommend these sox for anyone with neuropathy or with diabetic, sensitive feet which cannot tolerate binding or for anyone who just likes comfortable, rather loose sox.
Warm, thick morpul cuffsWarm, Comfy Sox Don't Bind

Comfort and warmth

The socks are very thick on the bottoms and tops. The toe area is roomy and non-binding. The toe area is stretchy and I could easily move my toes. The ankle part of the socks is a different weave and very loose. The ankle area did not bind so that would be good for someone with swelling problems. The socks did not leave pressure marks or lines on my feet and ankles. Sometimes, I felt like the socks were slipping down because the top was so loose. The socks never did start slipping off or creep down into my shoes, but because the tops were so loose, I felt like they were coming off. The top extends to just above my ankle so they are the right height for regular shoes or sneakers. The socks are warm and will be good in the winter or if poor circulation causes cold feet. Overall, I think these are good, non-restricting, comfortable socks. The tops are looser than I like and I am not sure how well they would stay up in all-day use. They are true to size. I wear a size 10 shoe and the socks fit well.

Oh So Soft and Cozy

They are soft. They are white. They are not binding. So what am I talking about? Why, it is Dr. Scholl's Women's Diabetes Circulatory Ankle Socks. I am a diabetic and have had a hard time finding the perfect socks for my cute feet. I love socks of any color, style or design. In fact, I wear socks day in and day out. Therefore, I recently tried the type of socks made for diabetics which I really love. Something really great - They do not leave that ring around your ankles like other socks. Dr. Scholl's Women's Diabetes Circulatory Ankle Socks are ankle socks with a non-binding soft top that gently conforms to your leg and helps reduce most swelling and circulation issues. They are made to provide your legs with the comfort you need every day. Additionally, they have a smooth toe seam which other socks do not have and a cushioned sole for added comfort and protection for your feet. They contain 98% polyester, 1% spandex and 1% other fiber and are washing machine friendly. I like the fact they are made with moisture management yarn to help keep your feet dry and has an anti-microbial treatment which helps eliminate foot odor and keep feet feeling fresh all day long. According to Dr. Scholl's, these socks are accepted by the American Podiatric Medical Association. All Dr. Scholl's socks are guaranteed for one full year from the date of purchase. If you are dissatisfied they will replace your socks. There are two pairs of socks per package and fits shoe size 4-10. My only problem was they did not have additional colors. However, that will not stop me from wearing Dr. Scholl's Women's Diabetes Circulatory Ankle Socks. So stop reading this review and jump into your car and go to your local store and try a pair of these socks. I hope you will enjoy them as much as I have.
Very Comfortable

Comfortable Socks

I found the Dr. Scholl's Diabetes and Circulatory Diabetic Ankle Socks to be quite comfortable. The soft-stretch top conforms to your legs, just like stated on the package, and does not bind or leave imprints in your skin. The foot of the sock is rather thick, so it cushions. Since I have problems with my feet and legs swelling, I need a sock that stretches and these socks fit not only when I first put them on in the morning, but later in the day when swelling occurs. I was skeptical about the moisture-dispersion technology touted on the package, but I have not had any moisture issues while wearing these socks, even though they are plush. The other advantage to these socks is the smooth toe seam. I can wear these socks all day without being bothered by irritation from a bulky seam. It would be nice if these socks were available in additional colors and prints. I would recommend these socks to anyone who has difficulty with circulation and/or swelling issues. Depending of the types of socks you are accustomed to, you may find these thicker than typical socks, which might make your shoes fit a little snug.
Dr. Scholl's Diabetes And Circulatory Diabetic Ankle Socks

Nice socks, may not be the best for diabetics

These are good socks and much thicker than a standard sock. I found them quite comfortable myself. I gave a pair to my wife to try, since they are listed as woman’s ankle socks. Neither of us have foot neuropathy so maybe we are not the target audience. They are great for general household wear, as well as extended walking. She has not tried them in exercise class because they are much thicker than regular socks and do not fit well inside the dance shoes she uses. They are made from almost all polyester and do not hold and retain moisture as cotton or wool would. So what’s not to like. Well, actually not much. The real question is how are these socks special for diabetics and would they be the best choice. First off, polyester feels nice but is not a very durable material. It pills up and wears out pretty quickly, second only to acrylic. Cotton, wool, are more durable and nylon is tops. While thick, they are not as thick as hiking socks, and hiking socks come in a large variety of fabric. However, hiking socks often bind at the top and these do not. These socks do not do much to promote circulation. You would be better off with compression socks. However, compression socks have to be knee-high length to really work. So, these are good socks but for diabetics, maybe some other choices would make more sense. Well, at least you have a one year warranty under which the manufacture will replace them.
Nice thick socks, short.
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