Aetrex Non-Binding Crew Socks with extra cushioning in the foot are an excellent choice for individuals with diabetes or sensitive feet. The non-binding yarns won't constrict the leg and toe seams are hand-linked for extra protection. Aetrex socks with Copper Sole Technology are unsurpassed in comfort performance and protection. Copper socks have been tested and found to eliminate 99.9% of bacteria and fungi providing superior odor protection. As the fiber wears copper ions in the Cupron yarns regenerate creating a permanent protective barrier for the life of the sock. Acrylic polyester, Cuporn polyester, nylon, spandex.
Machine wash-warm with like colors. Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry medium.
based on 6 Customer Reviews
Atrex Copper Sole socks, February 25, 2017 By Anonymous (Warminster, PA)
They are very comfortable and easy to put on. The only problem is that the little plastic contraption that keeps the pair together in the cardboard wrapper sometime sticks and makes a hole in one of the socks. The holes haven't gotten any bigger, but there is a tiny hole.
Satisfied, February 14, 2017 By Robert Webb (Bedford, KY)
i really liked these socks
aetrex copper sole crew socks, May 10, 2016 By lewis sirico (Brookfield, CT)
the socks i received were of good grade and copper sole looked good, however the size was not to the right side of the grade. I wear a 10 1/2 shoe and the lrg. 8-11 socks did not fit. I gave them to my wife who wears a size 9 womens' and they fit well.
Aetrex Copper Sole Cushioned Socks, February 25, 2016 By Anonymous (West Palm Beach, FL)
Item is not what I expected. Socks go down in my shoes and I have to keep pulling them up.
cushion socks, August 30, 2014 By Deborah Bruce (Estes Park, CO)
the non-binding part is good but the cushion is not very thick. Not very useful for my sore soles.
Unfortunately I was…, November 19, 2012 By Anonymous (west hartford, CT)
Unfortunately I was not happy with the socks. They were purchased for my elderly father who has diabetes. Within 1/2 hour of wearing the socks they were cutting into his legs. Needless to say they needed to be removed immediately and put in the donation pile. I had purchased these socks because they had been mentioned in a diabetes magazine and it stated that they were non-binding. I guess non-binding is not the terminology that I need to look for in a sock that does not cut in at the top.