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The greatest socks, of Paul Stuart

vaclava krishna

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I have notice, the greatest socks (no OTC) of PS, are made by Cordings, of England.

Does some1 know, of another in the US, who sells socks made the same?
 

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Made the same, meaning like closed, at the bottom and open, at the top?
 

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You need, room for toes and feet.
 

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vaclava krishna

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Originally Posted by lawyerdad
Made the same, meaning like closed, at the bottom and open, at the top?

Do you see a sock, only as this?
 

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Originally Posted by vaclava krishna
Do you see a sock, only as this?

There exists the sock, with side-openings, known only to the Enlightened.
 

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I have a pair that is open at the bottom and open at the top.
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad
Made the same, meaning like closed, at the bottom and open, at the top?
 

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