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Calf Compression
  • Low to Mild calf compression is proven to help with decrease swelling in patients with lower limb oedema without compromising the vascularity of diabetic patient.
  • Calf compression is proven to be an effective modality for increasing venous blood flow, reducing pain and improving quality of life
Bamboo x Cotton
  • The blend of bamboo and cotton allows for comfort, durability and breathability.
  • Blends of bamboo and cotton have proven to be higher in UV protection than just bamboo alone.
  • Both fibres exhibit antibacterial and antifungal effects allowing for reduced risk of infection.
  • Bamboo and cotton exhibit high levels of air permability and maximum thermal resistance, the most important properties in comfort on the skin.
Reinforced Heel
  • Extra cushion on the parts the foot that are used the most
Support Arch Compression
  • Arch compression along the transverse midsection of the foot may help to support the arch of the foot
  • Snug fit along the foot to stop friction
Seamless Toe Stitiching
  • Going seamless helps to prevent irritation against sensitive skin at the toes.
  • Reduces the risk of blistering at the toes.
Elastane to prevent sliding down the calf
  • Stop that sliding down your leg, preventing you from bending down every time to pull those socks back up the leg.
Bamboo Fibre
  • Viscose from Bamboo is a natural product that protects against UV radiation and contains antibacterial agents
Merino Wool
  • Located at the heels and toes, merino wool is a known for its durability and tensile strength. Protect against rubbing and friction at the top of the boots makes merino wool ideal. Its natural ability to wick away water makes odour resistance and maximises its thermal resistance.
Needle Size thickness
  • Thick socks made from 84 gauge needles for a larger fibre strand and increased durability whilst on the job site.
Arch Support
  • Compression through the transverse arch of the foot to assist your foot muscles through a long shift.

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