Wearever is known for their incontinence products. Most people do not realize they also sell 3 different kinds of diabetic socks.
If you are diabetic it is very important to keep the circulation going in your lower extremities. I didn’t even know there were a thing as diabetic socks until I learned about the Buster Brown Diabetic Loose Fit Top Socks.
Their socks are 100% cotton diabetic socks made by Buster Brown, for maximum comfort and durability. Appropriate for those with poor circulation, easily irritated skin, or diabetes Buster Brown 100% cotton socks are made with no elastic or synthetics. The seamless design of Buster Brown cotton socks with cushioning improve comfort, reduce binding, and eliminate skin irritation.
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How do the Buster Brown diabetic socks differ from regular socks?
I’m not personally diabetic, but I do have poor circulation and foot problems. I can’t stand to wear socks for very long because they irritate my skin. I often have a mark where the elastic was at the top of the sock. I also tend to kick my socks off in the middle of the night and leave them in the bed, much to my husband’s dismay.
I absolutely love these socks. They are breathable and light. The mesh top keeps my skin from getting irritated and I can wear these socks all day and night. Since I have white ones they match with everything. I can easily wear them with my tennis shoes or my boots as well. I don’t have the feeling of my socks falling off, they stay put.
The Wearever company has a 3-Point Philosophy.
- Consistent quality and performance – “it has to work”
- Fashionable, stylish designs – “it has to be comparable with regular, contemporary underwear”
- Attractive pricing – “it has to be cheaper over its lifetime than its alternatives”
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One lucky winner will win a 3 pack of the white Buster Brown diabetic socks.
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