Reviewed by Goose from Georgia on Thursday, January 01, 2015
I haven't worn these since I was a kid and wasn't sure about them. I read where it helps with people with food problems and I have to say they did help me. They are very comfortable and were a great buy. I highly recommend.
Reviewed by Wheeler Canyon Ted from Ventura CA on Monday, August 25, 2014
These are my first toes socks and decided to try them because I got blisters between my toes after a 24 day trek. I am a big fan of Smartwool and after years went from the medium hiking crew sock to the medium PHD hiking crew sock. Love the PHD shocks but they really have nothing to do with getting or stopping blisters between the toes. As many reviews noted, it took a few day to get use to them between my toes. I got both the ultra light PHD toe socks and these to compare as a liner. Used them several times on 10-12 mile hikes as liners and I am sold on them. Found them both very comfortable, but preferred these because the greater wool count made them feel a lot softer and cushy. I also wore these by themselves in a pair of minimalist shoes and they felt great too. I plan a 60 day trek and will difinately be using these as a liner, and probably by themselves on other ocassions too. I am now a convert to toes socks!
Answered on 12/5/2013 2:19:47 PM by nickygsmom from Boston
I bought the XL. I wear a size 11 women's shoe. I bought the XL because I wash in the machine and use cold water, and most of the time anything wool will shrink. I also do not dry in the dryer--hang in the laundry room. I've washed one pair once and they seem to be great. They do not fit tight, but that is the feel I wanted--hope this helps. Gail
Answered on 12/5/2013 2:55:21 PM by shopoholic from Castle Rock WA
The ones I got were for a man's size 12 - x-large. The female size was 13 or something like that.
Hope this helps
Answered on 12/7/2013 9:39:23 PM by tammylee61 from Charlotte, North Carolina