The #1 Odor Destroying

Diabetic Sock in the U.S.

Freedom From The Intense Odors

The Freedom Sock is the most effective odor eliminating sock available.

Infused with a patented formula that outperforms current odor control socks by 10 to 1

  • Odor Elimination

  • Patented Formula

  • Non-Binding Top

  • Relaxed Fit

  • Prevent Moisture

  • Gender Neutral

  • No Inseams



​Odor and Diabetes 

Just How big a Deal is it? 

Thanks for taking the time to learn about the unique benefits of the Freedom Diabetic Socks.  Your customers already know that ODOR is the only thing that matters.  They live it every day. 


 We destroy odors.  We kill odors.  We eliminate odors.

  • This fact is a VERY BIG Deal to both the diabetic suffering from wound odors and also to his care takers.  The odor is nauseating enough to induce vomiting.  Patients are quite self-conscious of this fact and avoid contact with family, friends and others.  The isolation adds fire to their already depressing condition.  

  • NO OTHER SOCK offers this feature.  All so-called diabetic socks are loose fitting at the calf and all so-called diabetic socks have a reduced (not non-existent) seam at the toe.  All claim to be moisture wicking.  No other sock even attempts to deal with the biggest problem, ODOR! 

  • Diabetic Wounds have a Putrid and Foul Odor.  The odors are called cadaverine and putrescene, as in cadaver and death.  They are aptly named. 

  • The Lenus Freedom Diabetic Sock uses a patented Polymer, infused in the sock, to DESTROY these Odors.  

  • A patient that is Free from embarrassing odors is more likely to socialize with friends, family and others. Life becomes more full. 


  • The malodor produced by these wounds may lower health-related quality of life and produce psychological discomfort and social isolation.

  • Common clinical manifestations associated with wounds include pain, itch, odor, bleeding, and production of exudate; however, malodor is recognized as one of most distressful aspects of some wounds. (1) Malodor from a wound has been shown to produce psychological discomfort and embarrassment among patients and clinicians caring for these patients. (2) It has also been shown to increase social isolation. (3) While some researchers have addressed this bothersome symptom, evidence concerning the efficacy of various interventions designed to reduce malodor produced by some chronic wounds remains sparse.