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There’s something so liberating about going sockless—until your feet start sweating. And while powders and foot deodorants will absorb some of the perspiration and odor, there’s no way to fully replace the myriad benefits of a sock without actually wearing one. Here’s the ultimate solution: no-show socks, which give the appearance of bare feet without the smelly side effects.
I thought it was customary to punch guys in the face if they didn't wear socks (unless you're wearing sandals, of course, then it's the complete opposite). Now it seems there's a need to wear socks, but don't let anyone know you're wearing socks?
Not only is the whole idea effeminate, but they sent me baby blue and purple. At first, I was sure I got my wife's birchbox by mistake.
She is very appreciative of them, btw.
I got two pairs of these in my May box. I appreciate it, and I'm sure that there are a few kids in Connecticut that loved them, but I laughed out loud when I unboxed them.
WHAT ARE THESE?
I can't even handle thinking about it.
NO NO NO.
Not my style or interest. I called customer service to relate my disappointment with the product. May's box is disappointing.1
By the time i walked out of the front door of my apartment building the socks had slid off my heal and bunched up under my arch. I tried to fix the socks but after walking a few blocks, they bunched up again. I finally popped into a JCrew to buy new socks and threw these away.1
Honestly do not see the point of these "socks". wouldn't buy.1
These socks kept coming off in my loafers. There must be a better product out there.2
I hated these as soon as I saw them. After wearing them for a little while they actually sort of grew on me, but they look ridiculous and they don't do a very good job.2
These socks did not fit me, even though they do claim one size fits all. Instead of letting them go to waste I gave them to my girlfriend to try. When we went out, she had to re adjust the sock every few steps till she took them off and placed them on backwards to help keep them from slipping off.2
DeFinately not for me. Didn't stay put at all. Spent more time adjusting the socks than wearing the shoes. Needs dome work.2
These socks do not stay on. I know that no-show loafer socks are going to be harder to keep on, but these are the worst that I have found. You can't even take a step without them falling back off your foot.2