Medi Socks « Cape Mohair

By: Cape Mohair  11-11-2011
Keywords: Mohair Fibre

For therapeutic support for symptoms of:


Circulatory problems

Foot blisters

Rynauds Syndrome

Our philosophy of quality and perfection ensures that only the finest mohair socks are produced to guarantee all year comfort.

Features and benefits:

Blister resistant

The smooth cuticle structure of the mohair fibre used in medisocks results in a smooth surface, reducing chafing and blisters.

Graduated compression leg

Medisocks have no elastic bite at the top of the sock, which, together with the natural elasticity of the mohair fibre, provides graduated compression over the foot and calf.

Flat toe seam

The low profile of medisocks provides for a smooth, chafe free toe area.

Moisture management

Mohair fibre has natural wickability because of the capillary nature of the fibre, medisocks absorb moisture quickly and wick perspiration away from the foot, keeping it dry, comfortable and fresh.

Anti-bacterial and odour resistant

Medisocks incorporate bamboo fibre that has a natural anti-bacteria deodorising agent called bamboo Kun that keeps the foot feeling fresh, unlike chemical agents that can cause skin allergies.

Thermally balanced

Medisocks are made from natural fibres, which keep the foot cool and comfortable in hot temperatures, and warm and snug in cold conditions.

Keywords: Mohair Fibre

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