Sigvaris Diabetic Compression Socks for Men & Women, 18-25mmHg, 1 Pair

Sigvaris Diabetic Compression Socks for Men & Women, 18-25mmHg
Sigvaris Diabetic Compression Socks for Men & Women, 18-25mmHg
Sigvaris Diabetic Compression Socks for Men & Women, 18-25mmHg
Sigvaris Diabetic Compression Socks for Men & Women, 18-25mmHg
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Sigvaris Diabetic Compression Socks are for men and women with mild to mediuim edema. The Sigvaris diabetic socks feature a non-binding top band, extra padding on the foot, and a flat toe seam. The toe seam is on the top of the outside of the socks. These socks for diabetics contain FreshGuard for odor control and DriRelease for moisture wicking. They provide true 18-25 graduated compression with helps improve circulation. Latex Free. White. Available in 8 sizes. Please refer to size chart. One pair of socks per package.

:: Product Name: Sigvaris Diabetic Compression Socks
:: Available Sizes: SS, SL, MS, ML, LS, LL, XS, XL (See size chart)
:: Color: White
:: Compression Strength: 18 - 25 mmHg
:: Packaging: One pair of socks in a retail box

Manufacturer: Sigvaris
Product Number: 602C

Additional Info
Additional Information as Provided by the Manufacturer, Performance Health, Inc.

Unlike most Diabetic Socks in the market, this product combines the features that help protect the Diabetic Foot while also delivering graduated compression. In a recent study, the use of SIGVARIS Diabetic Compression Socks was shown to reduce edema in patients with diabetes. These patients were 100% satisfied with the ease of care they received and with the overall comfort, and unanimously said they would recommend the use of the SIGVARIS Diabetic Compression Sock.

Features & Benefits:

  • Non-binding band
  • Flat toe seam
  • Soft with extra padding on foot
  • DriRelease for moisture wicking and odor control
  • True graduated compression
  • Measured sizing for accurate fit
  • Latex Free

Diabetic Compression Socks

Diabetics may develop problems with circulation in the lower legs, with swelling of the lower leg typically being the first symptom. For decades, graduated compressino socks and stockings have been proven to effectively promote venous blood flow by gently compressing and supporting leg veins and valves.

Studies show that diabetic patients are at incrased risk for developing blood clots (i.e DVT's). By wearing SIVARIS Diabetic Compression Socks, you can help reduce that risk as well as promote blood circulations.

Who Should Wear SIGVARIS Diabetic Compression Socks?

You should talk to your doctor, pharmacist, or diabetic educator about SIGVARIS Diabetic Compression Socks, as they could be the right choice for you if:

  • You have been advised to change your diet and incrase your physical activity
  • If you are experiencing swellling in your feet, ankles or legs
  • If you are currently pregnant and are experiencing gestational diabetes


Not all diabetics should wear compression. Talk with your doctor.

If you have severe arterial insufficiency, a compression sock may not be right for you. And, if you experience any discomfort while wearing this garment, please remove it and consult your doctor.

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