These high-quality socks are long-lasting and come in an assortment of colors.
These socks have an ultra-soft feel and are suitable for those who wear shoe sizes 6-9. They come in a 6-pack of assorted neutral colors, and each sock has a wide band at the top.
They're thinner than other crew socks.
Moisture-wicking socks for those who want affordable and comfortable polyester socks.
Use advanced dri-tech moisture control to wick away sweat and help you stay cool and dry for extended periods. Has arch compression for added ankle support and stability, and a reciprocated heel and toe for a comfortable fit.
Some users complained about the toe area feeling uncomfortable at times.
A go-to sock for hot weather wear, but the lightweight material sacrifices cushioning and comfort.
Lightweight cotton blend keeps feet dry and comfortable in warm weather. Reinforced heel helps extend sock life. Toe seam is flat, helping to prevent blisters from friction. Simple design goes with most outfits.
Many users find the socks to be too thin and not well-cushioned.
These athletic socks offer a streamlined look and superior all-day comfort.
They have moisture-wicking properties to keep your feet dry and comfortable and arch compression for increased support. They provide a cushy feel for long-lasting comfort and come in a pack of 3 white and 3 black pairs.
They're not as durable as other crew socks.
A perfect crew sock for weekend athletes and anyone looking for comfort and a bit of compression below the calf.
Excellent fit thanks to a cotton/poly blend with a bit of spandex so these socks stay in place. Great for short runs or workouts. Comfortable to wear, with a bit of compression through the ankle and cuff.
Not much cushioning, which some may find uncomfortable.
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Crew socks, which reach above the ankle and just below the calf muscle, have been popular apparel since at least the 1940s. The most likely origin of the name is either due to their popularity among collegiate rowers (crews) or because they were issued clothing items for sailors and other military units. Either way, this workhorse of the sock world is the top choice for many athletes, walkers and even office workers. Originally all-cotton, crew socks more often use a blend of cotton, nylon and spandex for better fit. Look for crew socks that fit comfortably around the toes and heel without bunching up or shifting too easily. Seams around the toes should be flat so they don’t rub against the skin. Some cushioning should be built into the bottom of the sock, as well. Pay attention to sizing charts: For example, a standard women’s sock size of 9-11 fits a shoe size of 5-9.