Raynaud's Disease Deluxe Silver Socks and Pedag Viva Winter Insoles Value Bundle
Get the warmest feet around for the best price with our Socks and Insoles Value Bundle!
Get set for winter without breaking the bank, and keep Raynaud's away along with the costs, our value bundle offers some of our best products at a great price so there's no reason not to save your feet - and money - from Raynaud's this cold season!
Our bundles have been specially selected to offer our best and favourite items for staying cosy and comfortable as the cold sets in. Included in this fantastic bundle:
Raynaud's Disease Deluxe Silver Socks, usually £17.99. With 12% pure silver thread keeping toes warm. Reflecting body heat back rather than releasing it like standard socks, the enhanced heat of these feet treats can help relieve the pain or discomfort which affects feet suffering with Raynaud's Disease. Made with a fine combed cotton, these super soft socks are proven medical products that are also the perfect everyday sock whether indoors or outdoors. Choose from Small to XX-Large in a stylish and versatile black colour, and keep your toes happy this winter!
Pedag Viva Winter Insoles, usually £24.99. Test your mettle against winter with these metal-lined insoles! A 3-layer thermal shield keeps feet protected from the cold, with an aluminium underside to make sure they last and last. Super sure wool keeps feet warm and comfortable while their anatomical shape makes sure feet are safe from far more than just the cold. Stay supported against arch strain, heel pain and poorly toes with high-tech foam offering a soft cushioning layer to create the perfect winter footwear out of any shoe it's slipped into!
Our bundle deals help you combat a range of conditions, not only keeping you warm from the general chill but helping relieve the symptoms of Raynaud's Disease, Arthritis, Cramp and Aches and Pains. With our fantastic value for money combos keeping you warm and comfortable from fingers to toes, there's no reason to be feeling the chill - or the pinch - as winter rolls in.