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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 think they're too feminine and gave them to my girlfriend. She thinks they're ok. Unfortunately they didn't stay on even though they have the rubber at the back to prevent that.3
These socks are quite comfortable, the right thickness (that is to say, very thin and light), and even stylish enough that if your foot came out of your shoe they wouldn't look bad at all. My problem is that they constantly slip off the heel of my foot during the day, even though I'm not very active. I haven't worn them on an active day, and at this point I wouldn't dare. But I've had this problem with short socks before so I'm not entirely sure about whether it's the sock's fault or mine. If they worked for me, they'd surely be worth the $10 a pair, but they don't work for me.3
I was honestly thinking about what to do with the upcoming hot months about foot sweat in loafers, boat shoes ect. Along came my May Birchbox and I was in utter amazement. These socks are awesome. I cannot wait to test them out in true heat come August, but if they hold up I will be buying more!!3
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
I had never used loafer socks prior to getting these. It might have been due to size, but they kept slipping off my heel despite the rubber "stoppers". I gave them to my dad who wears the same size shoe and he had the same issue. That being said, they were very soft. I wanted them to work.2
Like the concept of no show for wearing with boat shoes or other stuff, but unfortunately these "one-size fits all" doesn't exactly fit. They will stretch on but then proceed to slip and slide off. Cool concept tho2