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  • PP Non Slip Socks

PP Non Slip Socks

  • Product Code: PP6002
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Ideal for barefoot activities such as Pilates, Yoga, Tai Chi and anyone at risk of falls .

As part of our sock range, PhysiPod is proud to introduce our Non-Slip Socks.

These are an ankle sock with several features for comfort, hygiene and safety.

The socks are designed for anyone doing barefoot exercise classes and or, anyone at risk of falling.

Class work such as Yoga, Tai-Chi, Pilates, Body Balance are all great examples of where you would use these socks.

Exercise mats can often harbour unwanted bacteria, so to be safe and hygienic, take your own socks with you.

They can also be used for the Elderly in Nursing Homes & Hospitals.

The gel dots cover the entire underfoot of the sock and still have you covered when you are standing on your toes.

The unique Gel Dots give you superior GRIP and stability whilst exercising and do not wash off !!

The socks have a full Terry Base for comfort and support;

Ribbed Arch support for added stability and to avoid ‘Sock Roll'

Knitted Open Wear Mesh for breathability, wicking and improved circulation;

Large Gel Dots for GRIP and traction.

Made of :

  • 80% Natural Cotton for comfort, softness and breathability;
  • 15% Polyester for longevity;
  • 5% Elastane for improved fit and shape retention.

PhysiPod's Non-Slip Socks allow you to walk more safely in socks alone.

An example would be a Post-Operative patient who is unable to put on a shoe for whatever reason, (swollen feet; painful feet; bandaged foot; and so on), but needs to be up walking as part of their Rehabilitation.

Instead of the shoe but just as safe, try PhysiPod's Non-Slip Socks.

Be Safe. Be Comfy. Be Clean.

Sizing Chart:

EUR US Mens US Womens Physipod

Size 36 - 39 6 - 8.5 5.5 - 8.5 Small - Medium

40 - 44 9 - 12 9 - 12 Medium - Large

Short Description Ideal for barefoot activities such as Pilates, Yoga, Tai Chi and anyone at risk of falls
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