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Diabetic Compression Socks for All-Day Relief

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10-15 mmHg Graduated Compression
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Easy to slip on and off + anti-pinch cuff
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Helps to relieve pain + swelling

Tired of Sore, Heavy Legs and Socks that Don't Work?

Comrad's diabetic compression socks are designed to put a gentle, light level of pressure on your legs. This pressure improves circulation, which allows you to feel more energized while minimizing the chance of varicose veins, blood clots, inflammation, swelling, and general discomfort. They're also designed with an anti-pinch cuff, making them easy to get on and off.

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Easy On-and-Off

Anti-pinch cuff that never slides.

Breathable Fabrics

Superior ventilation for sweat-free feet

Antimicrobial Smartsilver Technology

Kills bacteria and prevent odor

10-15 mmHg Graduated Compression

Increases circulation for all-day energy and support

Cushioned Heel + Toe

All-day softness and comfort

How Can Diabetic Compression Socks Help with Swelling and Pain?

The gentle pressure from compression simply helps your blood vessels work better. The arteries taking oxygen-rich blood to your muscles are able to relax, allowing blood to flow freely. The veins get an extra boost, pushing blood back to your heart helping to reduce swelling and pain.


Why Wear Diabetic Compression Socks

Pain Relief

All-Day Comfort

Reduce Swelling

More Energy

Keep Heart Healthy

Faster Recovery

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Putting your socks on as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Reach into the inside of the sock and grab the heel pocket. While holding the heel, turn the sock inside out to create a small pocket.
Point your toes and place your foot inside the small pocket. Gently grab the top band and pull it up onto the rest of your foot and over your heel and calf.
Grab the cuff of the sock and gently pull upward to cover the rest of your leg, must fall below your knees.