- TRULY SEAMLESS - Knit like a catepillar spins its cocoon from the toe up, elimitating all lumps & bumps
- SOFT & FORM-FITTING - Reducing wrinkling & bunching
- COMFORTABLE, NON-BINDING TOP - Halo Top means no slipping down or irritating indentions
- GOODBYE STINKY FEET - High-tech fibers wick away moisture ensuring a drier sock & therefore preventing stinky feet
- 100% MADE IN THE USA
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I've been searching on-line and in the shops to find suitable socks for him and I came across these Seamless Sensitivity Socks and bought some. They are a big hit and are perfect for him. No more morning sock disasters. I find them quite expensive for a pair of socks for a child, but other than that fabulous and would highly recommend them.
Seamless toe is such an important thing for me. Super comfy and not restricting. No sock mark if you wanna jump into shorts after wearing them
Over the past three years, I've tried every single "seamless", "smooth-seam", "comfort-seam" socks out there – most of which she wouldn't even wear inside out. I knew about SmartKnitKIDS, but it went against my belief (not to mention my budget! ) to spend $10 on a pair of socks. Retrospectively, I agree that it would have been cheaper to start with them rather than trying everything else to no avail...
As some have mentioned, they're not perfect:
- They make feet sweat (and smell, depending on shoes)
- They still have a seam (although barely perceptible to people who don't have sensory issues)
- They don't wash very well and the outside tends to "pill" and gets rough (so make sure to always wash them on the same side)
- They're not very long lasting (you'll get a few months out of them)
- Design is inconsistent across sizes/colors (some colors/sizes have "cuffs" with seams and look like they're made of a different material)
But they're still the best (only?) socks out there for kids with sensory issues.
The no-heel, "tube" format makes them great for any foot size. My 4 year old wears shoe size 11. The Large socks reach up about 5 inches (without pulling).
In conclusion: If you have a child with serious sensory issues, don't hesitate. Those are the best socks you'll find. But be prepared to spend money on them, not keep them for long, be careful how you wash them, and return some of the ones you'll receive because they're an older model (different material, different design).
Pictures: Large purple compared with Small white.
So I highly recommend giving these socks a try if you're tired of buying socks and tiredness if ruining shoes because they won't wear socks. My daughter was nearing the next size, so I bought a size up since the sock size trend seems to be smaller than they were 10 years ago. Her proper size wouldn't have fit her feet. The size up fits but they're more snug than I think they should be.
They're a bit pricey for what we would usually pay for socks, so we just started with 3 pair and wash the ones she wore that day in the sink that night when she takes them off (if we're not doing a load of laundry), and that gets us through the school week.
Will definitely order more for next school year! So glad I found these!!