What is the Difference Between Non-Binding and Compression Socks?
Our Non-Binding Diabetic Socks are loose-fitting and non-binding socks that protect your feet by not restricting blood flow. They can fit up to 30 inches calf size.
You may check them here: https://viasox.com/collections/non-binding-diabetic-socks
Made from antimicrobial bamboo soles are triple-padded, extremely soft, and moisture-wicking to help prevent infections!
Our Viasox Compression Diabetic Socks are designed to increase blood flow with an easy 12-15 mmHg compression. They can fit up to 16 inches calf size. These socks boast a graduated compression, meaning that they get tighter closer to the ankle, encouraging blow flow back up towards the heart. This also means, that even though they are compression socks, they are still a breeze to put on.
Made from antimicrobial bamboo soles are extremely soft, and moisture-wicking to help prevent infections!
You may check them here: https://viasox.com/collections/diabetic-compression-socks
1. Our Non-Binding Diabetic Socks are designed to protect your feet by not restricting blood flow.
2. Compression Socks are made to increase the blood flow, they are medically graded 12-15 mmHg offered in a graduated compression.
3. Both made with antimicrobial soles are extremely soft and moisture-wicking to help prevent infections!