Move more comfortably with these women's diabetic low cut socks. With temperature regulating technology to keep you dry, these socks provide everyday comfort and support from the ground up.
- TempRite™ Technology Responds To Your Body Temperature To Help Keep You Comfortable
- Non-Binding Comfort Top
- Invisiseam® Ultra-Smooth Toe Seam
- DS Dry™ Moisture Management Technology
- Anti-Microbial Technology Controls Odor On The Sock
97% Polyester, 2% Spandex, 1% Other Fiber
White Socks Only: Machine Wash Warm With Like Colors. Dark Socks Only: Machine Wash Cold With Like Color. Use Only Non-Chlorine Bleach With Needed.
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Dr. Scholl's Women's Diabetes & Circulatory Low Cut Socks 4 Pair is rated
Rated 4 out of
I am enjoying wearing these low cut socks, without the pinch around my ankles. My circulation is compromised in feet and ankles. So this is an important feature. My only complaint is the sole is not padded, so to speak. There is no cushioning. Otherwise a wonderful purchase. I am very appreciative of the excellent size selection and the flat toe seams. Thank you for making such a product available - and reasonably priced. Happy feet.
Date published: 2019-05-12
Rated 4 out of
Happy to find these as I can’t seem to find any low cut, larger sized women’s socks in black. They are very comfortable, a little thinner than I expected but overall, I’m quite pleased with the product.
Date published: 2019-02-10
Rated 3 out of
Not what I expected
When looking at the pictures online I thought they were going to be just like the original which were thicker and not so thin and not loosely wound.
Date published: 2019-05-22
Rated 2 out of
Not same as pictured
Dr. Scholl’s has changed their low cut socks. The new style is much thinner and tighter than before. For me as a diabetic that’s an issue. The Renfro picture shows the old style but they sent the new style. Maybe they hadn’t noticed?
Date published: 2019-10-21