Monday, February 10, 2014

Protect It therapeutic Diabetic Sock

The product of the day is Protect It Therapeutic Diabetic Socks. These socks are recommended for people with diabetes, arthritis and sensitive feet. There are some key features that make these socks special: Protect It Therapeutic Diabetic Socks have a smooth-inside seamless toe, They gently hug your foot so they stay in place, They help to prevent skin injury and infection, Proven anti-bacterial, anti-odor, soft wide-stretch top and they keep feet dry. You can find them Here  they sell for around $40.77 for a pack of four. Which comes out to be about 11.99 a pair.  They have several different styles to
choose from Comfort crew, Comfort dress, and Active ankle sport. They come in either black or white.

I am not a Diabetic but my grandma was and my mom is border line which means she is still able to control it with her diet so doesn't need medicine just yet. She has been having trouble with cold feet and she also suffers from arthritis.  She was excited to hear that she was going to get a chance to try out a pair of Protect It Socks.
Things she Liked the best:
The arch support with anti slip technology, it helps to keep the sock in place without compression.
The Y heel pocket she said it cupped her heal well and made them more comfortable when wearing shoes.
She loved the soft feel of the fabric and seamless toe. She often has problems with seams rubbing so this was very nice. These are not a heavy winter sock so I was a little concerned at how they would do during our cold winter days. My mom has reported that they are keeping her feet surprisingly warm. I think this is due to the dual layer construction that wicks moisture away from your skin.

Over all she felt they were great socks and is refusing to let me try them.

Disclaimer: I received this item free of charge in order to test this product for the review. All opinions are my own or that of my Kids or in the case of this review my mom.

1 comment:

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