Circulation Disorders – Raynaud Syndrome

Raynaud syndrome is a common condition where the blood supply to the fingers and toes is interrupted or reduced. Episodes are usually brought on by cold or a sudden change in temperature.

During an episode the affected fingers or toes first becomes white, then turns a bluish colour as the tissues use up the remaining oxygen within them and finally bright red as the arteries lose their constriction and oxygenated blood rushes in.

Carnation Silversocks make it possible to use the existing energy generated by the feet and the environment to actively regulate temperature through heat transfer.

The silver within the socks has the best possible thermodynamic properties, regulating the temperature within the shoe.

Maintaining a regulated temperature can help reduce the risk of temperature fluctuations. Silversocks will keep feet cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter