Socks for problem feet

Socks for problem feet

For someone with swollen feet or ankles finding socks for problem feet is essential. Tight socks that cut into the skin are not only uncomfortable but can cause damage to delicate skin. For a diabetic person, this could lead to infection and if undetected real problems. Most retailers only sell one-size fits all standard socks and yes these are cheaper but not good for your feet.


One company who have sought to solve the issue of finding socks for problem feet is Cosyfeet and they have a wide range of footwear and socks for even the most problematic feet.

Extra wide footwear, socks, hosiery and so much more…

Cosyfeet is the Number-One supplier of extra deep and wide footwear suitable for swollen feet and ankles.

They also have a huge range of bed socks, large-sized hosiery, and foot comfort products.

British Made

Recommended by over 9000 Health Professionals and I can personally recommend them as I have used them for my clients. The socks are soft, good quality and easy to put on. All Cosyfeet products are manufactured in Britain

They wash well and although it is suggested they are not tumble dried, they stand up well to this!

All of their products come with a No Quibble money-back guarantee.  This means you can buy in with full confidence. If you are unhappy with your purchase you can get a refund.

To make life easier I have included some direct links for individual searches.

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Men’s Footwear:
Foot Comfort:
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And our latest category, Comfort Technology:


Award-winning blogger and former care columnist for Devon Life magazine. I am passionate about helping elderly people and people with dementia live purposeful and independent lives.
Designer of the Dementia Assistance Card and Points Of Light award recipient, Caron hopes to help carers when resources are limited and demand is ever-increasing. I am here to support you.

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