Introducing Patented Double Layer Technology
Whether you're a runner, hiker, athlete, diabetic or just on your feet all day, the double layer advantage will make all the difference. Double Layer patented technology has numerous benefits, giving new meaning to the term "happy feet."
More than just socks
The Wrightsock™ Double Layer® absorbs friction that is normally transferred to the skin. The inner and outer sock layers interact with one another to protect the skin on your feet from abrasion. Originally patented in 1988, this concept was a breakthrough for runners.
Dri-Wright® II inner layer wicks moisture off the skin better than other fabrics, keeping your feet dry and reducing moisture.
This wicking means your feet stay more comfortable, cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Plus, the air trapped between layers acts as insulation from heat and cold.
DIAGNOSED WITH DIABETES?
Diabetes can be dangerous to your feet—even a small cut can produce serious consequences. Diabetes may cause nerve damage that takes away the feeling in your feet. Diabetes may also reduce blood flow to the feet, making it harder to heal an injury or resist infection.
Because of these problems, you may not notice a foreign object in your shoe. As a result, you could develop a blister or a sore. This could lead to an infection or a nonhealing wound that could put you at risk for an amputation.
Below are a few Diabetes Foot Care Guidelines.
Inspect feet daily. Check for cuts, blisters, redness, swelling or nail problems. Use a mirror to look at the bottom of your feet. Call your doctor if you notice anything. (The Endurance Collection Anti-Blister Guarantee)
Change your socks daily, make sure they are clean and dry.
Consider socks that have extra cushioning, do not have elastic tops, are made from fibers that wick moisture away from the skin. (The Endurance Collection featuring Moisture Wicking)
If your feet are cold, wear socks to bed. Do not use items such as heating pads, etc.
Shake out your shoes and feel the inside before wearing them. Remember, your feet may not be able to feel a pebble or other foreign object, so always inspect your shoes before putting them on.
Keep your feet warm and dry. Don’t let your feet get wet in snow or rain. Wear warm socks and shoes in
winter. (The Endurance Collection featuring Temperature Control)
Consider using an antiperspirant on the soles of your feet. This is helpful if you have excessive sweating of the feet.
Never walk barefoot. Not even at home! Always wear shoes or slippers. You could step on something and get a scratch or cut.
Get periodic foot exams. Seeing your podiatrist and/or your foot and ankle surgeon on a regular basis can help prevent the foot complications of diabetes.
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