Tipi Toe Women’s Ragg Cotton Lightweight Crew Boot Socks (6 or 12 pairs)
Amazon Price: N/A $14.99 (as of May 22, 2018 8:11 pm –
Boot socks for alleviation or for model
Great marled look; Slips down with Bean Boots
I bought the 12-Pack for my sister and I to split. We wanted marled socks to wear with our bean boots and these were one of the cheaper options. As the other reviews mentioned, they aren’t thick camp socks, but rather regular (thinner) socks with the same marled look. My bean boots are tied with the eastland knot and these socks constantly slip down when I walk, which is disappointing. However, if I tie my bean boots the old fashioned way, then I can tighten the shoe enough for them to stay up. I wear shoe size 7.5 and these were meant to be up to shoe size 6-9 and sock size 9-11, so I was hoping they would stay up a little better. Overall, I’m satisfied with the marled look and I like thinner socks for summer rainstorms, but I did wish they had a stronger elastic band to stay up. Also, they were pretty cheap. It did take a while for them to come (Ordered on April 9, Received on April 22), however they were all individually packaged well.
Over a year old and going strong
These are lightweight boot socks and work well in the summer in both my cowboy boots, my tall rubber mucky boots, and my ankle rubber boots. We have mild winters here, with only an occasional week or two below freezing, so I have not found the need for thicker socks. When I lived where it was COLD for extended periods, a thicker sock would be needed; however, these are perfect for my current climate. I often wear one pair for morning homestead chores and then a fresh pair later on with my cowboy boots for running around town. Having the option of a pack of 12 pairs makes that nice. Good price. I have had these for over a year and they are still going strong.
They are super comfortable–not too hot and not too cold
These fit a little snug around the tops, but then again, I have fat calves–ha ha. I usually scrunch the tops down when not wearing with boots. They are super comfortable–not too hot and not too cold. Love the colors too.
Thin and not very warm for winter
I have worn rag socks for many winters. I’ve had to darn a few of them but they are sturdy and thick. That’s not the case with these boot socks. These socks are pretty but they are very thin and do not offer much warmth. They are also a tad big and they wrinkle under my foot when putting on my boots. (I wear an 8.5 – 9 boot.) I hope the socks will shrink. If you are a fan of slouch socks these will work for you. They don’t stay up and my boots seem to pull them down. These socks would be great with my summer hiking boots.
I really like the length of the sock and the way they fit. The colors are really nice and i thought they would be great with boots. The down side is they are pretty loose weave and the first time I wore them my toe went right through.
Need a liner, not comfy nor all that warm
These socks fit loosely, which I kind of like since I don’t like socks that bind, but they are scratchy and the stitching at the toes is wonky, which makes them hard to wear by themselves for the whole day. However, with a thin liner sock underneath, these are decent boot socks since they have the Ragg look and are a nice length so that they rise above my ankle boots. The liner sock is also necessary because even though these socks aren’t exactly thin, they aren’t all that warm, either, since the weave is kind of loose. I don’t think I would buy them again, but I can make them work for my purposes.
These socks look good and provide great variety for bean boots or other …
These socks look good and provide great variety for bean boots or other mid-calf boots. However, they don’t feel great or particularly soft/warm (understandable for the price). They are also not very thick, but I don’t mind this, as boots fit easier.