Create a free account to check out faster, store multiple shipping addresses, view and track your orders in your account, and much more.
Please enter your password to continue.
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.
Cool concept, haven't tried them out yet but will this summer. Seems like a good idea.3
If you own topsiders or boat shoes, these are must haves. These are not socks, you wear these to appear as if you are not wearing anything. Perfect for the mission!4
I'm not sure if its because of the size of my feet (12) or just a design flaw with the product, but I couldn't manage to walk more than a few blocks without these socks slipping off the back of my feet. I ended up throwing them away.1
This worked much better than other no-show socks I have tried, but it was still too small for size 12 feet, and they kept coming off despite the silicone bumps4
I don't wear loafers often or go for a no-show look but they worked fairy well, but I did have the heel slip off a few times throughout the day3
I have worn these with both a pair of Sperry's and other slip on shoes. They are great! They don't show, keep your feet dry and the plastic no slip buttons work great!5
SOCKS ARE GREAT AND THEY LOOK GREAT AS WELL....THEY GO GOOD WITH LOAFERS AND MAKES THE LOOK COMPLETE....IM JUST WAITING TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I WASH THEM4
The socks work great, they just have a little trouble staying on depending on your foot size and shoe size. Mine repeatedly came loose inside my loafer.3
Very nice and socks. They felt very soft and comfortable. I would suggest to a friend.4
I tried to use this with some dress shoes and then with my tennis shoes - but found out I have no use nor did I enjoy putting them on. They really didn't move much, but not my cup of tea.2