About ECCO Solid No-Show Golf Socks - Combed Cotton, Below the Ankle (For Men)
Specs about ECCO Solid No-Show Golf Socks - Combed Cotton, Below the Ankle (For Men)
- Height: Below the ankle
- Fabric: 80% cotton, 15% nylon, 5% spandex or, 85% cotton, 10% nylon, 5% spandex
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Made in China
- US shipments only
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3.846153 5 Overall Rating: 3.8 Based on 13 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Dark Tan, Good Socks
Reviewed by AnnM from Tn. USA on Wednesday, December 20, 2017
Darker color than pictured ... dull dark tan. The sock will not show in sneakers, so this does not concern me. Good everyday sock. Lots of stretch. I bought large. I am a female with large wide flat feet and the sock stretched well to fit. I wear a men’s 8 1/2 sz. Shoe or sneaker. A man size 9-10 sh... Read More
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Dark Tan, Good SocksReviewed by AnnM from Tn. USA on Wednesday, December 20, 2017Darker color than pictured ... dull dark tan. The sock will not show in sneakers, so this does not concern me. Good everyday sock. Lots of stretch. I bought large. I am a female with large wide flat feet and the sock stretched well to fit. I wear a men’s 8 1/2 sz. Shoe or sneaker. A man size 9-10 shoe will be able to wear. Might stretch to a larger foot but that would be tight. I like the socks. They are a medium thickness and will be worn in cooler weather too. I am not a golfer. I buy men’s socks because they are wider and longer than women’s. Plus they usually are thicker with more cushion. These socks are a good deal, price and quality. I ordered 8 pair. Happy I did. Very satisfied with these socks. Pima Combed cotton is stronger than regular cotton. These , I hope will last a long time , not wear out after a year. I hope STP buys more in the future to offer again.
Soft and comfyVerified Buyer Reviewed by Urban Naturalist from Chicago on Saturday, March 11, 2017Useful little socks
FAT cotton; too bulky for me and don't gripReviewed by OCULUS from Rensselaer, NY on Sunday, June 23, 2013After wearing other merino wool shorty socks, these, though by a very reputable brand, just don't cut it. They are very bulky (fine for sneakers), but crowd things in a leather street-style golf of other dress shoe. And as reported below, they aren't very grippy at staying put on your heel, etc. Kept worn pair and returned its mates.
Quality SocksReviewed by JMR from MS on Wednesday, May 15, 2013I have found a new favorite sock brand. These are terrific. They are mostly cotton (which I prefer), soft, cushioned, comfy. They are thick, which others noted, but in my mind that adds to the comfort. The reason I give these particular ones 4 stars is that after washing them once the fabric piled a little bit around the ball of the foot.
Excellent value and weightReviewed by Photo Mike from Sourland Mountains, NJ on Sunday, April 14, 2013Nice, heavy-duty socks which will work well on the golf course.
Runs smallReviewed by Country Pumpkin from NY on Monday, April 1, 2013I wear a size 10 1/2 shoe, but these were too small for me. If you order up a size, they're fine.
J DReviewed by oscarteb from Texas on Saturday, March 2, 2013Good cushioning, comfort.
Excellent for runners !Verified Buyer Reviewed by starfishgirl from fl on Wednesday, February 13, 2013bought these as a gift for my son who is an avid runner and he commented how they were perfect for that.
Comfortable socksVerified Buyer Reviewed by Skippy from Ft. Lauderdale, FL on Tuesday, August 28, 2012The socks are big
- Best Uses: Around The House, Daily Use, Office, Travel
- Describe Yourself: Career, Casual, High End
- Pros: Durable, Soft
- Sizing: Feels too large
- Was this a gift?: No
So-soVerified Buyer Reviewed by richrab from Orlando on Thursday, July 19, 2012I bought these for golfing, but will only use them this winter due to the heaviness of them.
- Sizing: Feels too large
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