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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.
Love these things... Looking at them and putting them on, you'd think they'd never stay on with low shoes, but they do! Great product!5
I wear a size 12. I can't make it from bedroom to front door before the heel has slipped and I'm wearing a cloth toe cover bunched up in my shoe. Loafer socks are great, but stick with a brand with a bit more coverage - Sperry and Converse both make better quality, more effective loafer type socks. The grips on the heel are completely ineffective. I have thrown both pairs in the garbage out of frustration (I tried the second pair hoping the first was just flawed and not an overall design flaw). Do not waste your money. You can grab a three pack of something much more effective and higher quality at DSW for just $2 more.1
I have used similar products before that would slip off. These socks had better quality, but I still felt like they started to slip. It might be my shoe or foot, but I do not think the product lived up to its claims.1
They are comfortable but fall off when I wear them. Conceptually they are great, in practice, not so.2
First off, these socks look pretty weird on your feet. Now, if they worked as advertised and didn't slip off my heel while wearing shoes, I could deal with that, but they slipped off of my heel within 5 minutes of walking. Maybe my feet are too big? Definitely not worth the price.1
I thought these might a great idea, especially for the coming summer months. Sadly, I was mistaken. The heel kept slipping off, despite the silicone dots. Once they did, they were quite uncomfortable under my heel. I ended up removing them and just going sans sock in my shoes.1
I've worn these a couple times already and they're really comfortable. They also don't slip off as easily as other no-show socks.4
I put on the socks as soon as I got my box, but they kept falling off. I like to see the edges of my socks when I look down at my shoes. I think I am getting oldâ€¦1
Have been using this with loafers. I still prefer regular socks, but I enjoy the fit of these.3
The material is very comfortable, but these socks are very low cut. If I were to wear leather shoes, the shoes would uncomfortably rub against my ankles and the sides of my feet. Also, the cut of the opening looks feminine somehow. It's cuts straight across the top of my foot kind of like the cut of a ballet slipper.2