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Thank you for the fabulous pair of argyles, which I tried out on the equally fabulous Billy Bly. Although he does not wear AFOs anymore, they work wonderfully well on his skinny and active legs. They stay put, keeping legs warm and the socks are not falling down and wrinkling into his orthopedic shoes (that my sister calls “correctively cute”). I have to admit he looks handsome, and we love to see him running his own life in unexpected ways for a guy who doesn’t talk!
I recently purchased 3 ProtecTees® for my father in California who suffers from Parkinson’s disease. Dining without spilling is a real challenge for my dad. The stylish and functional ProtecTees are a blessing when my mom goes out to dinner with him. He retains his dignity and so does my mom. Thank you Susan for a much needed and innovative design.
Thank you. My son loves his socks!
You are truly a caring person who knows the meaning of customer service. Your help is much appreciated! Thank you.
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