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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.
These are great socks as they do not show when wearing boat shoes/loafers. The major issues I had is that the heal slips off and the sock ends up bunching up under my arch. They do have small rubber like bumps on the back to keep them on but they still slip off.3
These socks seemed a bit hit and miss. From the get go, one pair did it's job keeping my heel company, while the other just wanted to get to know the arch of my foot! They don't show with any of my shoes, which I like, but I don't like when they don't show because they're under my foot... The bumps seemed like a good idea, but now, after a few times wearing both, they don't hold back either pair from sliding down my heel. Perhaps the manufacturer needs to invest in pairs for 10 1/2 feet and up specifically, rather than a one size fits most all.3
These socks need to come in a bigger size--they were too small for my size 13 paws. Otherwise, they seem OK.3
These socks are No-show and soft. However, they do not stay in place. The heels slip down despite the knobs.3
I didn't know if I was going to use these socks but they have been very useful to wear with boat shoes. Very comfortable.3
I tried two pairs of these socks and they did work as advertised. The placement of the rubber balls in the socks holds them in place, and, due to the cut they are well-hidden - they do look strange though, so I would not recommend walking around in them without expecting to answer some questions.3
If you want no-show socks, these pretty much have you covered. They are thin and really low, like really-really low. They felt kinda cheap when I first got them, but they are actually pretty high quality and hold up well after washing. They also have some rubber things in the heals to keep them on your feet, but for some reason, the right one always slides down on me. Overall, worth a shot if you need some socks like this.3
I love this concept and the socks are nice and light weight. The problem is the heel tends to slide down in my shoes. If they could fix this issue, I would more.3
The "one size" is too small for my husband's average sized feet, but he gave his to me and I like them! I'm not fond of the red, but the grey color is nice and neutral. While I do think a good pair of socks is worth $10... make sure they fit!3
Sometimes comes off and then I have to take off my shoe and put the sock back over my foot. When this happens in public it makes me feel like I'm adjusting my pantyhose!3