Wigwam Men’s At Work DuraSole Work 2-Pack Crew Length Work Sock
Amazon Price: $8.79 $14.74 (as of July 18, 2018 3:37 am –
A perfect on a regular basis work sock with in every single place cushion on your alleviation and protection against odor.
Very Comfortable and Great for Year Round Use
I used to think that socks were just socks but as it turns out, that’s a pretty serious misconception. After my last batch started wearing out, I got fed up with wearing sackcloth on my feet, and started looking around. This might sound crazy, but the research process literally took 4 months to complete, and included trips to Sams Club, Kohl’s, Macy’s, JC Penney’s, Target, others, and hours of time spent reading reviews here on Amazon. When it was all said and done, I ended up purchasing Wigwam’s because of the level of customer satisfaction and price.
If you have mild to moderate foot issues these are great. If you have major issues, keep looking around.
Okay. My husband has had issues with his feet for years. He has the worst case of athletes foot and his feet get really wet and he has to wear steel toe boots for work. After reading the reviews and getting sick of buying new socks every week for him I decided to try these. For the first couple months they were excellent. My husband saw a decrease in foot moisture and he said that they’re very comfortable. It’s been a few months now and I’m on the hunt for another brand of sock. The softness has gone away and they are starting to feel almost crusty on the bottoms and I wash all of his after each wear so he only wears them once before I wash them and I don’t think these can hold up to the daily abuse of wash and wear. If you have mild to moderate issues with athletes foot these socks would be great for you but for someone who has extreme issues you may want to keep looking.
Not the best work boot sock
I purchased these socks for my husband who quite often wears his work boots 10-12 hours per day. He is very particular when it comes to work socks and unfortunately these did not pass the test. I believe because they are made with olefin and nylon is the reason my husband did not like these; this material inhibits sweating (the same reason doctors discourage nylon underwear). He did state that they were comfortable but his feet would sweat profusely and when he took the boots off; the smell was absolutely horrible. This being said, he will wear these socks around the house for short periods of time. I will go back to Guide Gear Xtreme Steel Toe Work Socks because to date I have only thrown out 2 pairs since purchasing from Amazon in 2013.
Most awesomest socks ever.
Other reviewers say they are tight. I have a 13D foot. Long and kinda skinny. I bought the 6-12 size because normally the thinness of my foot will make the shorter sock length fit. These fit amazingly. If you have a wide foot, they may be tight, but on my foot they are just right. I have wigwams other work sock. It is kinda just a thick sock. I like it. I have a d**kees work sock that looks similar, but is nowhere near an equal. Quality seems excellent on both wigwam sock models i have bought, but this one is easily the most comfortable sock I have ever worn. Just remember, on wide feet, they may be tight.
I have been wearing these socks for more than 10 years. I wear boots 8-10 hours a day. These have been the best socks I have ever had. Out of the 15 par that I bought I have only had to replace 2 par from my original 15 par that I bought 10 years ago. They do a great job of whicking the sweat up the sock to the top were it can escape. If you turn them inside out and wash them on a delicate or hand wash cycle and hang dry them they will last a very long time.
Great socks for warmth and health of your feet.
I am somewhat of a sock skeptic. I’ve bought socks everywhere from Target to REI. I’m not looking for style in socks, I just want to keep my feet warm, protect it when hiking, and last more than a few uses.
Great weight, snug fit – not super tough, though
Honestly, an excellent quality, comfortable sock that’s light enough to wear in the summer without sweating and thick enough to wear in the winter without freezing feet. I guess my only problem is their longevity, which isn’t anything special, given the price – I bought four pairs almost exactly six months ago, and have probably worn each pair a combined total of two weeks each, and three of the socks have worn through already. Perhaps I’m expecting too much out of socks? I would probably recommend Darn Tough instead. I haven’t found a weight that’s perfect with them – they’re either heavy or super light, as far as I’ve found – but they have an amazing warranty that covers even wear.
Quit buying crap and take care of that back
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