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boat shoes - socks or no socks?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by blahblahblah, Mar 21, 2008.

  1. Basil Ecurie

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  2. prakticala

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    I wear boat shoes both with and without socks. No problem. If I'm wearing long pants and will be wearing the boat shoes for the whole day, I'll put them over socks because it's more comfortable. With shorts or for quick excursions around town, no socks. No one hassles me about it either way.
     
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  5. floridagator75

    floridagator75 New Member

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    I've used Toed's and really like them. Easy to wash and they fit great! Has fixed my sweaty foot problem and it still looks like I'm not wearing socks.

    Here's a picture from their website.
    www.toeds.us
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  6. Dan McCarty

    Dan McCarty New Member

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    I definitely wear my boat shoes without socks! I just love the way they look and feel on bare feet! You can just slip them right on, they are so comfortable and they look great with jeans or khakis.
     

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