Robbins Mountaineering Polar Fleece Socks (For Men and Women)
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3.076923 5 Overall Rating: 3.1 Based on 13 reviews
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Berwyn Cutie from Berwyn, IL on Wednesday, October 24, 2012
I use them watching TV and in bed at night now to keep my feet & toes nice and warm & cozy. They are light-weight and don't over heat your feet. No rubber numbs on the bottom, so it doesn't catch or pull out the sheets. When the snow comes, will wear them inside my new funkie, rubber boots to keep ... Read More
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Big D from Bristol, CT on Tuesday, November 20, 2012O.K. product, not as good as Acorn, but did cost less. Does add warmth when added over good merino wool socks. Also bought a pair for my wife, her first. She did like them.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by anng from North Smithfield, RI on Tuesday, November 20, 2012These were bought as a Christmas present.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by D from Kentucky on Monday, November 12, 2012Got one pair when on sale and as soon as I tried on realized there was no way that would be comfortable in a shoe. Its like a 10-year-old found a stocking pattern and put these together. That said, I love them for around the house & to bed on cold days. They were so cheap I bought three more pairs.
Reviewed by Bethy from Richmond, CA on Saturday, November 10, 2012Socks are the softest. They look funky because they look like they are sewn inside-out. The sewing is bunched outside of the sock which can get in the way of shoes and rub funny. Otherwise the sewing does keep toes from wearing through.
- Best Uses: Keeping Feet Warm Cozy, Wearing Inside Slippers
- Cons: Stitching In The Way
- Pros: Soft, Warm
Reviewed by Kelly~ from Vancouver, Wa on Thursday, November 8, 2012I needed some warm socks to wear inside my boots and I thought these would do nicely for the price. I would never pay full price for these, they have a weird mildew like smell and the seams are quite awkward. I wear a size 11 (Wm's) and the socks ran way bigger than expected. Very rarely do I need to size down, lol. But they are warm and did keep my feet cozy, but won't buy them again.
- Best Uses: Inside Boots
- Cons: Bad seams, Smelly
- Pros: Inexpensive
Answer Because of the weight and structure of the fleece the Robbins Mountaineering Polar Fleece Socks are made of they will mostly stay up. They may slouch just slightly.