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30% Copper throughout the sock 70% Polyester
How Much Do You Value Your Feet?
Socks play a vital role in protecting your feet by providing warmth, support and padding, to reducing friction and even increasing moisture absorption.
There are 250,000 sweat glands that produce close to half a pint of sweat a day, increasing the likelihood of bad foot odour and providing ideal conditions for bacterial and fungal infections, like Athlete's Foot, to thrive in.
Moisture-wicking socks are especially important. By pulling sweat away from your skin, conditions such as infections and blisters can be prevented.
Poor circulation puts your feet at risk every day. The risk of foot problems in people with diabetes is even greater, largely because of either diabetic neuropathy (nerve damage or degeneration) or peripheral arterial disease (poor blood supply).
Clean, well-fitting socks are a vital part of keeping your feet healthy and an important layer of protection against feet and limb threatening conditions.