My husband love these socks. Keeps his feet warm and stops the tingling in his toes. Bought two more pairs. Delivery was super fast
Socks felt good but did not notice any difference re feeling in feet. They are a good fit & will order more. Also ordered from US site - the calf sleeve which I found far too tight plus only saw vascular surgeon after 30 days was up & was told not to wear them so did not ask for refund.- did not realize there was a Canadian site..
Socks are comfy to wear. I just got them a couple days ago so haven’t wore long enough to know if they make a difference for my feet yet.
I was given a pair of incredisocks a couple of years ago (by my wife, a physician), and it wasn't long before I got the Fingerless Circulation Gloves, and more socks. I've been waiting for my other socks to wear out so I could replace them with incredisocks. Now I wear these exclusively. Unlike other 'circulation/compression' attire that has that 'medical' look, these I wear with shorts. There are sports, dress, and regular socks and they are all awesome! I have various circulation issues, pitting edema, Lyme disease, arthritis and many joint injuries from extreme sports, and I can pretty much say I can't have a comfy day without either my incredisocks or (esp. in winter) my incredigloves. I saw other comments that I will address as well: Yes, they are more expensive than cheap-type compression socks, but they are also less expensive than high performance compression socks (I have both cheap ~$10, and expensive ~$50+), so the price point is a bit high, but fair, IMO. They don't work like compression socks, and that is great because I can wear these for 20+ hours (I do long days) in complete comfort, while my compression socks are maybe good for a few hours before I have to take them off. We also fly quite a bit, and my compression socks became excruciating on flights, but if I didn't wear them I would balloon like crazy. With the incredisocks, on even 15+ hour flights, my pitting edema is controlled and I am comfortable. I also have adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder) so my next purchase will likely be the shoulder brace, and then maybe I'll try the knee sleeve. I have recommended incrediwear to my massage therapist, chiropractor and physiotherapist as well, as they have all liked what they've seen the socks and gloves do for me. I highly recommend these products. I do have one request for the incrediwear people: Please don't ever 'new and improve' the materials or anything. If you do, keep the existing stuff as well! Thanks!
Hi. I would like more time before reviewing the product. I purchased the knee support for my husband who has had a long standing problem with arthritis in his knee. He says it feels better but would like more time to give a definitive answer. I purchased the socks for myself because I am diabetic and will give it some time to see if my circulation improves with wearing the socks. Thanks