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The Wigwam Women's Diabetic Walker kind sock is on a regular basis by means of the The america and Canadia Podiatric Scientific Associations. It’s designed to permit circulation, dry wonderful fast and lend a hand to get rid of odor. It has a peaceable fit leg that stays up. The seamless toe closure minimizes conceivable abrasion. The Dri-Liberate with Tencel fabrication is soft, dries super fast and has everlasting wicking to maneuver moisture from the foot. Wigwam is a one hundred and 5 yr old-fashioned United States producer of socks. All Wigwam socks have a 2-year efficiency guarantee.

Customer Reviews

Unfortunately the socks are binding .

2 people found this helpful.
 on March 22, 2017
By Denise
I really like this brand of sock. I have some wool socks by this company that have lasted for years and have worn very well. I wanted something lighter weight for warmer weather. Unfortunately, the cost is not really wide enough and it is definitely not flexible enough especially at the top so this sock ends up being pretty binding. The quality is very good and if you have slender legs this may well work for you. But if you have legs that are sturdy like tree trunks, forget about it. I have been using Dr. Scholl’s diabetic socks which have a very nice and stretchy top that are not clingy and yet not lose so they stay in place and do not put a lot of compression on my legs. But Dr. Scholl’s socks pill up very quickly and they look shabby after the first wary. The Wigwam socks I suspect will hold up much better , as there was once do. I really would like to see this company come up with a truly nonbinding diabetic sock , as the market is wide open. Most of these socks are just junk . Wigwam would have a great competitive edge if they could do this.

Good hot weather socks. Made in USA.

2 people found this helpful.
 on August 25, 2013
By Canis Domum
I bought these socks for hot weather casual use. This is my second set. The material is fairly thin and wicks well. These are the best I have found for hot weather use. I have tried many, many brands. It is hard to find plain color socks for work and casual use that have Cool-max for hot weather.

my favorite socks

2 people found this helpful.
 on April 23, 2013
By Ken Nuckolls
I purchased these socks 3 or 4 months ago and so far have been pleased. I guess the true test is that given a choice I reach for these socks rather than other socks in my drawer. I purchased the Large size which the charts say equate to a shoe size 10-13. My shoe size is 10.5 (us) and I have 4E wide feet. These socks are not snug on my ankles/calfs (which is the idea with diabetic socks) and do tend to slip a little bit, but it is not much of a problem and they are very comfortable. The only negative comment is that I ordered the Navy Blue color. At first this was a nice rich, dark blue. However, with a couple of months of washing, they have faded some. Not awful, but noticeable. – I will probably buy some more of these because they are easy to get on by big, wide feet, they fit and are comfortable. (I am giving 4 stars rather than five because of the fading issue.)

At Last

8 people found this helpful.
 on March 22, 2012
By sul tasto
One of my few made-in-the-USA clothing items. I’m not diabetic, but I hate tight socks. I always buy a size larger than recommended. I wear other, thicker sox with my hiking boots. I use these with “walking” shoes. They’re definitely not “thick” but I wouldn’t call them thin. I have very bad thumb arthritis and I can get these on and off without pain. They don’t slip down. After trying one pair, I now have 4 white and 4 black.

WigWam Diabetic Walker Socks

5 people found this helpful.
 on August 10, 2011
By Mrs. Mac
Although I’m not diabetic, diabetic socks are the best type for my foot problems [ingrown toenail, neuroma & occasional, overheated feet]. These are the most comfortable socks I’ve ever worn. The only negative [which is why they get four stars] is that they run a little large and sometimes stretch out while being worn, requiring me to remove my shoe and adjust my socks. The socks do not irritate my feet nor do they cause excessive heat, which does result when I use cotton diabetic socks. Anyway, they’re a “keeper.” I wish that they were available in more colors and weren’t so costly for each pair.

Elastic is tighter than it should be

 on August 24, 2014
By Amazon Customer
These are nice-fitting well made socks. That said, the elastic is much too strong for a diabetic sock. I do not have diabetes, and my circulation problem has drastically improved with treatment. Even so, these are only very slightly less elastic than conventional socks. Now that my condition is improved, I enjoy the nice socks. Would not recommend for those with serious circulatory problems.

Good Socks, too Large

 on January 6, 2017
By Richard L. Steiner
Nice socks for a person with swelling in the legs. The X-Large size is huge. I wear a size 14 shoe and these socks are too big for me.

Great nonbinding sock!

 on January 18, 2015
By Susan Porkovich
My husband has large and wide feet and thick ankles so it is always a challenge to find nonbinding socks. These stay up and don’t bind. They are not too thin or too thick, wash well and have not shrunk. They are breathable for synthetic socks but have pilled slightly but this is a synthetic drawback.