EcoSox Diabetic Bamboo Crew Socks

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These diabetic crew socks provide comfort and protection and are a perfect foot health solution for those who have diabetes, edema (swelling), or neuropathy (nerve pain). The stay-up non-binding tops are designed with a soft, easy-on, relaxed fit that doesn't inhibit blood flow and has just the right amount of tension to keep them on your leg.

  • Non-binding top to increase blood circulation.
  • The knitted reinforced heel and the smooth integrated toe seam stitching for durability.
  • Natural moisture-wicking materials keep feet dry and blister-free.
  • Arch support and cushioned foot bed for comfort to fight foot fatigue.


You Need Sock Size
6-10.5 5-9 M
10.5-14 9-12.5 L
14+ 12.5-14 XL

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Sock Materials:

73% Bamboo Viscose / Polyester / Nylon / Spandex / Rubber

Why Bamboo Socks?

Bamboo is an ecologically friendly plant to farm. Unlike other materials, bamboo viscose performance attributes are natural, so there is no need for chemical additives or fabric conditioners. Bamboo viscose has a silk-like feel and is ultra-soft against your skin, which reduces friction and makes for really comfortable socks. Learn more...

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121 Reviews

  • 5
    EcoSox Diabetic Bamboo Crew Socks

    Posted by Michael C on Sep 10th 2021

    Very comfortable not tight on calves, bottom of sock thicker so very comfortable. Feet do not sweat , keeps feet cool. Very nice.

  • 5
    My New Go To

    Posted by Scott on Aug 18th 2021

    Why aren't all socks made like this? I ordered a pair of these a few months ago, before I ordered more I wanted to make sure they didn't pill up or bind up. I am happy to report these are my favorite socks, so I'm ordering more so I can have a pair for every day of the week and every color of pants I regularly wear.

  • 4
    This sock is very comfortable and doesn't cut off circulation at above ankles.

    Posted by Richard Ehrlich on Aug 16th 2021

    It is the closest sock to the old Rockport diabetic socks which are no more. As with the Rockport socks where the top would not dry in dryer on first round. The heel and toe take longer to dry. A bit thiner than Rockport socks. But very nice.

  • 4
    Great socks, but

    Posted by Kathy Hosmer on Aug 11th 2021

    These are really comfortable socks, keep feet dryer than cotton socks. Only draw back is they top section tears easily if you try to pull them up and have longer fingernails. Other then that they are fantastic!

  • 5
    Diabetic Socks

    Posted by Javier M Senquiz on Jul 12th 2021

    Finally, a brand that really makes socks for diabetics. Non-binding, doesn't leave a ring around my leg!! Comfortable sock, not too thick or thin. Now you guys need to make diabetic socks with stripes, like the stripe dress socks you have and other styles and different colors!!

  • 5
    socks as advertised

    Posted by John Houser on Jun 24th 2021

    Got what I ordered, in the time frame promised.

  • 5

    Posted by Paul Speer on Jun 17th 2021

    I am not diabetic but it is difficult to find socks that don't squeeze my calves and leave a mark. These are very comfortable, don't leave a mark, and stay up just fine. I just ordered nine more pair. Thank you Ecosox!

  • 5
    Ecosox diabetic bamboo crew socks

    Posted by Elmer Strueh on May 18th 2021

    These are the most comfortable socks I have ever worn. They easily pull up and stay there but do not leave impressions on my calves like other socks do.

  • 5
    Made with very soft material with ample cushion in the sole. They stay up without leaving a mark on your calf. I don’t find the toe seam to be uncomfortable at all and five colors to choose from.

    Posted by Margie Riffle on May 15th 2021

    These socks wash up nicely and stay soft I’m not a diabetic ~ I got good advice from my GYN years ago “if it leaves a mark on you leg, your socks are too tight”