Therapeutic Socks, Diabetic Socks, Alpaca Socks Large Calf, Tall - Alpacas of Montana


Men's Knee-High Therapeutic Socks

Size Guide
Sock Sizing Chart
Shoe Sizes Women Men
Small  6-8 4-7 
Medium 8-10 7-9
Large 10-12 9.5-11
X-Large 11-14
Size Guide
Sock Sizing Chart
Shoe Sizes Women Men
Small  6-8 4-7 
Medium 8-10 7-9
Large 10-12 9.5-11
X-Large 11-14
Medium Gray
Light Gray


Created for those who prefer a tall sock with a more spacious, less-restrictive fit around the ankle. These socks are purposely designed with our Alpaca Dry Fusion Technology®️ to keep cold, aching feet comfy and cozy. They are especially great for people with diabetes, neuropathy, and rheumatoid arthritis.


Material: 43% alpaca /43% acrylic /8% nylon /6% elastic

CareMachine wash cold, gentle. Lay flat to dry away from heat.

Features: Moisture-wicking for warm, dry feet.  Non-restrictive ribbing keeps your legs and feet warm and comfortable. Less restrictive ribbing around the ankle that promotes blood flow circulation. Specifically designed for those with cold and aching feet – indoors and outdoors. Specialty yarn blend to keep sensitive skin happy and odor-free.

Designed for:         

  • Cold Feet
  • Neuropathy
  • Large Calves
  • Sensitive Skin
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Diabetes

Knee High Therapeutic Sock Diagram

Customer Reviews

Based on 71 reviews
Curt White
Too tight

These socks are just too tight, they make your feet and legs feel funny, sure not going to work as a therapeutic sock

Thank you for your feedback. The therapeutic socks stretch up to 14' around, but they certainly do not fit everyone's legs as we are all different sizes. If they just do not work for you and they are in new condition, please feel free to send them back for a refund. Thank you- Sarah

Andy Lamberson
Very comfotable

Exceeds expectations! Soft and warm. The fit snug but NOT tight. I will be ordering more.

L.G. Smith
Socks are a gift

I contacted Alpacas of Montana for recommendations on a boot sock that wasn't tight around the top. I bought this sock which was one of the recommendations. It's a gift for an older gentleman who gets cold feet in the winter. I know he's going to love them.

Thomas Conway
Very thick socks.

I tried the socks on when they arrived, and they are extremely soft and comfortable, although I haven't worn them for an extended time period yet. Living in the desert, now is not the time of year to be wearing socks. I purchased them for an upcoming trip to Scotland in the fall, and I believe they should keep my feet warm, toasty and dry. I look forward to giving them a workout in the Scottish highlands.

Lived in them for 4 days!

So, my socks arrived the day I got the flu. I lived in (and slept) for 4 days! The comfort was immediate! The socks handled fevers, chills, and everything like a champion. For me, best cold weather comfort there is! They have been my go to socks for my last 3- 3 day hiking/ camping trips in close to freezing bone chilling weather (30s to mid 40s with 60% humidity).

Now, to find one's that can stand up to the heat of summer in NC. On a personal note: I normally hate socks, long pants and sweaters. I'm a hot person in a warm climate.

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