What’s an item that is important to your wardrobe but that many of us don’t think about spending money on when it’s time for a replacement? Socks. When socks get too old or develop holes, they can’t adequately do their job of protecting your feet and keeping them warm.
Go take a look at your sock drawer, and if you notice that some—or all—of your socks could stand to be replaced, we have some good news. The BOGO sale at Haig Shoes is back!
Maybe you’re planning to wear sandals in Rochester Hills and aren’t convinced that summer is the season to introduce some new sock options in your wardrobe? However, consider that not every activity you’ll participate in will be suitable for only sandals. If you do a fair amount of walking, for example, or even on a chillier summer night, you’ll want the extra layer of comfort that socks can provide.
With the knowledge that socks can be just as important as shoes in keeping you comfortable, take a look at the brands eligible for our buy two, get one free sale. All socks from Thorlos, Goodhew & Sockwell Compression and Plantar Ease, as well as diabetic socks, are part of this terrific sale!
About our sale items
Thorlos: Our selection of Thorlos products includes clinically-tested padded socks. We can fit these socks with your shoes, as well as inserts or orthotics. The special padding in Thorlos socks helps reduce your chances of developing a foot condition, such as blisters or foot pain, by absorbing impact loads, decreasing pressure on the feet and moving moisture away from your feet.
Goodhew & Sockwell Compression: These compression socks increase blood flow, reduce swelling and deliver support. This product is designed to offer the most compression at the ankles. Compression gradually decreases near the top of the socks. This design moves blood upward toward your heart, in turn increasing circulation.
Plantar Ease: If you experience heel pain because of plantar fasciitis, don’t just reach for a standard pair of socks. Socks from Plantar Ease reduce the pain associated with this condition by offering firm support in the plantar fascia and Achilles tendon, which stimulates circulation, ultimately aiding in relieving the pain, discomfort and swelling.
Diabetic socks: If you live with diabetes, you may find it useful to wear socks that are non-binding and non-elasticized. Such socks will not constrict the foot or leg and will also control moisture, a valuable feature that can help reduce the risk of infection. Diabetic socks often feature seamless toe closures to lessen pressure and blistering.
Our team of professionals at Haig Shoes hopes you’ll remember two things from this post. Our buy two, get one free sale on all socks from Thorlos, Goodhew & Sockwell Compression and Plantar Ease, as well as diabetic socks, is going on now, and we invite you to stop by to shop our wide selection. Also, once you’ve stocked your wardrobe with some new socks, be sure not to get caught wearing them with sandals in Rochester Hills!