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The Shortest No show socks or loafer socks

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Welldressedgent, May 18, 2013.

  1. Welldressedgent

    Welldressedgent Member

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    Where can i buy no show socks or loafer socks that you cannot see when wearing running shoes? All the ones i have are 2-3 inches above shoe?
     
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    Parker Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Stiva Senior member

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    Just about any major department store.
     
  4. MyOtherLife

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    If all else fails, you can buy womens sockettes. They all look the same anyway.
     
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    9euro for a half of a cotton sock smh
     
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  6. k4lnamja

    k4lnamja Senior member

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    Falke socks are decent but hardly as quality as Ninja and they are hella expensive. $18-20 for ONE pair of socks? HAHA. If they were made out of loro piana cashmere then maybe I'd consider but no way.

    Ninja socks are easily my favorite
     
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    wojt Senior member

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    Just bought 3-packs of Jack and Jones and Calvin Kleins no-show socks will see how they will do and report back to you fellas
     
  11. VinnyMac

    VinnyMac Senior member

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    Weinberg's Discount Hosiery sells them. I'm guessing that your local discount sock/underwear/t-shirt store will as well. The black nike socks are nice.
     
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    chogall Senior member

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    $20 per sock is nowhere close to expensive.

    Sold out.
     
  13. thedtpkid

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    I've tried loafer socks from various manufactures like Calvin Klein, Banana Republic, ecko, etc. By far, my favorite has been Foot Zen Zenvisibles.

    They have a plastic heel tab to make sure they don't fall down and the length is extremely low cut to fit in loafers and boat shoes. My favorite part is that they're seam free, which helps with my sensitive skin.

    http://www.diabeticshoeshub.com/foot-zen-mens-loafer-socks-zenvisibles-4-pairs/
     
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    thedtpkid New Member

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    You get what you pay for
     
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    I would suggest either go for Ninja Sox or Socksquare if you're looking for a decent price range.
    After trying both, Ninja Sox no-shows are a bit higher. They'll fit running shoes well.
    Socksquare no-shows are lower and have a stronger anti-slip gel on the back. I think these are more for boat shoes, because these are truly low (the wrap around the base of the toe).

    On top of that, Nordstrom has really nice socks from Calvin Klein that are really soft.
     
  16. k4lnamja

    k4lnamja Senior member

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    ^...I disagree. I don't think Socksquare is higher at all and the gel on the back is sticky to the point that you can FEEL there is some gel on the back of your heel... I did not like that feeling.

    I've sworn by ninja sox for the longest time and I only buy those.
     
  17. k4lnamja

    k4lnamja Senior member

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    I like how jonathanr and thedptkid are both strongly recommending a certain brand yet they have 1 or 2 posts in their history ...

    SMH. Can we say "created new account to advertise their company's brand"? Haha
     

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