Jobst Sensifoot Diabetic knee high socks for men or women are a comfortable stocking that feature soft padding to help reduce the friction that causes blisters. They have a flat non-irritating toe seam to reduce pressure plus moisture wicking fibers to help keep your feet dry. The fabric's antimicrobial finish inhibits fungal and bacterial growth on the sock.
This knee sock provides 8-15mmHg of non-constricting gradient compression and serves as a preventative measure to maintain general leg health and helps improve blood flow. Doctors usually recommended this level for diabetics as it provides protection without sacrificing comfort for those who have decreased sensation of the feet and who need non-constricting compression. It also helps those patients with arthritis. This level energizes your legs and makes them feel better. This long lasting sock is woven from 80% acrylic, 17% nylon, and 3% spandex.
Thomas P Kisak, September 17, 2018 By Anonymous (Concord, CA)(Verified)
Comfortable, easy to put on, not restricting, seems to massage the leg great fit.
Legs in Perfection 2, April 25, 2018 By Shirley Brooks (Jacksonville, FL)(Verified)
Second pair of compression socks same as first:great.!
Legs in Perfection, April 25, 2018 By Shirley Brooks (Jacksonvillr, FL)(Verified)
Love how my,legs and feet feel when wearing compression spcks.
Par Excellent ..., March 16, 2018 By Anonymous (Derby, CT)(Verified)
I was unsure of he diabetic socks but my RN sisterinsisted I purchase them. Well I am, to say the least, a believer! My ankles are not the least bit swollen due to edema and I no longer have 'needles and pins' in my feet. I highly recommend these socks to all diabetics!
Love these socks, March 8, 2018 By Anonymous (Denver, CO)(Verified)
These are my favorite compression socks. They stretch all the way to my knee and don't start falling down as the day goes on. They are comfortable and stretch enough for my heavier calves. They are a little heavy for summer months, but great for cooler weather.
I rate them 5 stars, my rates them about 2 stars., March 3, 2018 By Anonymous (Staten Island, NY)(Verified)
My wife only likes the XL size Trendsetter compression stockings for her swollen feet and legs; she considers all others as below par; I, on the the other hand, prefer Jobst Sensifoot compression stockings as my favorite for my swollen left leg and my non-swollen right leg.
diabetic knee highs, February 8, 2018 By Anonymous (ballinger, TX)(Verified)
only wore once. put my hand in a table saw the next day. cannot put the socks on one-handed. the one day experience is what I wanted.
Jobst Sensifoot Diabetic Knee Highs 8-15mmHg, February 1, 2018 By Anonymous (Omaha, NE)(Verified)
The socks fit well. I have sensitive feet and the feel under the foot is great. I have been using the first batch for 9 months and they are holding up very well.
Wonderful socks, January 25, 2018 By Dennis (Lansing, MI)(Verified)
These are practically the only socks I use for 8 hour days standing and walking in the hospital. I have used this brand for years and very happy with their durability.
Excellent, December 31, 2017 By Anonymous (Garwin, IA)(Verified)
I bought these for my son who needed a dual purpose compression stocking for work and travel. They are thick and comfortable, providing good support and he said upon putting them on that they "felt really good." I was worried about buying something to tight for his large calves but these were perfect.
Knee-high, December 14, 2017 By Barbara Reeves (Creswell, OR)(Verified)
A wonderful fit for my husband, has helped a lot as the matter of fact I am going to order some more for him this week. Thank you!
JOBST SENSIFOOT DIABETIC KNEE SOCKS, November 23, 2017 By HELEN (PHILADELPHIA, PA)
These are the best knee socks! They actually come up to my knee, stay up and help keep my diabetic feet feel dry. The cushioning in the sole and slight compression is soft and comfortable and wash up well.
Diabetic Knee Highs 8-15 mm/Hg, October 22, 2017 By Anonymous (Dallas, GA)
I bought these knee highs for my mother in law who is diabetic. They are very comfortable for her and these knee highs don't constrict her blood flow and it helps reduced swelling in her legs.
Nice, October 19, 2017 By Brian M (Richland, WA)(Verified)
they really help my feet felt better. I will have to buy more..I did not believe a sock could make a difference I was wrong.
great socks, June 1, 2017 By michael wiley (wickenburg, AZ)(Verified)
these are well made socks and are firm enough for my leg aches and large surface veins but do leave the rib imprints.
diabetic socks, May 19, 2017 By william graham (palmdale, CA)
these socks make my feel great and help a lot to make my feet feel better.
diabetic socks, May 19, 2017 By GRACE GRAHAM (palmdale, CA)
love the socks they make my feet feel great
Socks, May 17, 2017 By Anonymous (Pitkin)(Verified)
I ordered the socks for my husband who is a diabetic. He has problem with circulation in his legs. These socks help with his circulation and help keep his legs from swelling.
Donald, May 16, 2017 By Donald Milller (HUNTINGTN BCH, CA)(Verified)
I have worn the old difficult support stockings for many years. I love how easy these stockings are to put on and how totally comfortable they are.
Great Compression Socks!, May 7, 2017 By Cecilia (Tybee Island, GA)(Verified)
My feet, and legs were swollen and hurting. Since wearing these socks my legs and feet have been pain free. Love them!
tight, May 3, 2017 By Anonymous (Riverside, CA)(Verified)
compression seems too high
mr, April 19, 2017 By Don Smith (Vevay, IN)
very well made-very comforable
Perfectly Comfortable, March 10, 2017 By Anonymous (frederick, MD)(Verified)
Very pleased the moment I put them on and then didn't take them off. So soothing. I hadn't worn socks all day (i.e. have support) and these provided instant relief from discomfort I wasn't even aware of. Got them for work-out socks and they will be perfect. Shhhh... I also slept in them. Will be picking up more pairs of these. Also, they are soft, comfortable and not thick in the foot like other diabetic socks.
Do you need mild (8-15 mmHg) compression?, March 2, 2017 By Gerald Smith (Toronto-Ontario-CANADA, AA)(Verified)
If you need mild compression but hate the drudgery of trying to put on support hose, these socks are for you. Soft, easy to put on & great value for the modest price. Initially bought a single pair. I then decided to buy four more pairs.
Jobst Sensifoot, January 25, 2017 By Anonymous (Boerne, TX)(Verified)
This sock looks just like the sport sock from Jobst that I already owned except the compression seems less even though it is listed as the same. The toe-to-foot portion of the sock fits well, but the length to the knee is too long. I bought three pair of these but will not buy any more.