Reviewed by Dandy like a Dandelion from New York on Friday, October 12, 2012
It took me a few years since becoming Sierra's customer to finally give these socks a try. Once I tried them, I believe that they are much better than any slippers there are. I waited very impatiently since the end of last winter, and Sierra's exhausted supplies for the year, to have these socks res...
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Reviewed by Travel Girl from Detroit MI on Friday, December 27, 2013
I love these socks. They did not have my size so I ordered a large-one size up- and they work great. I like that they are not tight fitting. I wear them all over the house on the hard wood and they keep my feet nice and warm. I would recommend these and I hope they get more in! I will order a couple more pair. They are much nicer than most slipper socks made in China. These are made in Germany!
Reviewed by Fiona from California on Saturday, June 15, 2013
I've been buying these socks for years. The best ones to get are the ones that are white and have the grey soles on them (the ones with the stripes on them have less wool in them and do not last as long). These socks are particularly good for me as I have a disability and have had problems with falling at times. Being these have grippers on the soles, that solves a huge problem plus, you cannot find warmer socks than these are. I wear them around the house and I don't hedge to go outside if I need to as they are well-made socks from Germany.
Reviewed by Chris from the So Kettle Moraine from Southern Kettle Moraine forest, WI on Sunday, June 02, 2013
These socks are heavy-duty! Warm and wooly. I like the gripper dots on the bottom of the socks in particular. I have not yet washed them, so I cannot speak for shrinkage. The only reason I held back from giving these socks a 5 is that there is a tiny bit of itchiness.
Yes, I think they would work. One reason my husband likes his is that they are cut low enough that they don't bind at the leg. They also have excellent grips on the soles that help prevent slipping and falling.
Answered on 11/28/2011 12:00:00 AM by University Professional from Idaho