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Wigwam Men's Diabetic Walker Sock
The superior moisture-wicking and quick drying properties of Dri-release® are combined with a superior fit in this walking sock intended for use by people with diabetes. Fresh Guard® is built into the yarns of the Diabetic Walker to neutralize odor and limits the growth of bacterial odor bodies.
- Relaxed fit leg
- Ultra-lightweight design
- Virtually seamless toe closure
- Dries super-fast
- Comfortably dry
- Machine washable
- Made in USA
- Medium fits Men's Shoe size 5-9.5
- Large fits Men's Shoe size 9-12
- XL fits Men's Shoe size 12-15
|Fabric||66% drirelease® Tencel® (88% Polyester, 12% Tencel®), 34% Stretch Nylon|
Style Number: F1221
Led for years by members of the Chesebro family of Sheyboygan, Wisconsin, the company's early offerings included a wide variety of woolen products including socks, sweaters (think the ever-popular "letter" sweater), caps, mittens, anklets, calfettes (they covered ladies' calves!) and, if you can believe it, the woolen swimming suit.
In the 1950s, due to the popularity of their Wigwam line of socks, the company officially became Wigwam Mills, Inc. Since that time, the company has outfitted the feet of golf champions, tennis champions, mountaineers, and even comedian Jerry Lewis, who has faithfully worn Wigwam socks since 1975.
With the introduction of such high-performace socks as the Ultimax®, the INgenious®, and a Merino wool line, Wigwam is posed to be a giant in the land of socks for many years to come.