4271

Fox River Diabetic Quarter Crew Socks

Size Chart
Size
Color
White
Black

Fox River's Diabetic quarter crew socks are a great option for men or women living with Diabetes or those who have sensitive feet and/or leg swelling. Moderate cushion under the sole, eased non-binding cuff, and flat toe seams mean the Diabetic quarter crew sock is less irritating and more protective for feet that need a little extra care.

Fox River's Diabetic Quarter Crew incorporates Wick Dry fibers to help keep moisture safely away, preventing blisters and other potentially dangerous abrasions. Added Scentry Guard and light mesh at the instep is ideal for folks with foot odor problems. As with all Fox River socks, the Diabetic Quarter Crew 4271-2 sock is proudly made in the USA at Fox River's Osage, Iowa mill.


Features

  • 2-Pair Pack for Added Value
  • Quarter Crew Height (above the ankle)
  • Lightweight sock frame
  • Medium-Weight Cushion under sole
  • Non-Binding Top Eases Circulation and won't dig or pinch
  • Odor-Resistant
  • Light Mesh promotes Breathability
  • No-Rub Toe seam Prevents Irritation
  • Made In The USA

Materials

60% UltraSpun Polyester, 38% Nylon, 2% Spandex

Sock Height

Mini Crew Sock

Sock Cushion

Light Cushion Sock

Customer Reviews

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QUALITY DIABETIC SOCKS

Bought 3 packs (6 pairs) in Black recently. I have always been picky about my footwear but more so now that I am T2 Diabetic. Quality socks are of great benefit in maintaining leg health. I don't mind spending extra $$$$ on comfortable long lasting socks are Fox River Diabetic Quarter Crew Socks check off all those boxes for me.
Fox Rover Socks are soft, comfy, stay in place well, keep your feet dry, prevents blisters and are a good value for about $11 a set. I have Wigwam diabetic quarter crew socks which are very nice, but they slip off easily when taking your shoes or pants off. WW's are also 2x as expensive.
The Fox River stay in place and do not come off near as easily. I wear light compression/support hose which makes socks slip off easier but, I don't have the issue with the Fox River socks pulling like I do with Wigwams. [Again, the WW's are very nice]
Fox River Socks also don't get sucked down into your shoes like Dr. Scholl's Diabetic socks will do. Nothing I hate worse are 'socksuckers'; or getting my socks sucked into my shoes every 30 minutes! It's also not good on diabetic feet.
If you are a T1 or T2 Diabetic or have lower leg circulation problems with your feet & ankles buy these Fox River Socks, your feet will thank you!
allen, in missouri

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G.Z.
Diabetic socks

Have not tried them on but feel they will be just fine.