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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 7 November 2021
So I fell for the claim of size 8-13.5... that's quite a range isn't it? Well turns out it could well be true...

I have size 12.5 feet and these socks fit. In so far as my feet aren't constricted by them.

How do they manage this magic? Well by a lot of elastic that's how! See attached photo for clear evidence of that.

Does that matter you ask? Well, yes, if you care about having comfortable clothes that last and don't just come hole-ridden landfill within a few months, it does matter.

My experience with socks that spend their entire time stretched is that the wear points (where they touches the inside of the shoes on the heal and toe) cause them to thin out and develop holes far faster than socks that are genuinely cut to the be size of one's feet.

And that's not to mention the fact that all this elastic does make them feel a lot less "cotton" (natural) than some other less stretchy socks I've had.

I've seen a few of these companies come and go on Amazon... I suspect that by the time they get enough people realising that they don't last (and who can be bothered to write a review after a few months), they'll magically become another company selling even more unbelievably brilliant socks!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Big feet? Too good to be true
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 7 November 2021
So I fell for the claim of size 8-13.5... that's quite a range isn't it? Well turns out it could well be true...

I have size 12.5 feet and these socks fit. In so far as my feet aren't constricted by them.

How do they manage this magic? Well by a lot of elastic that's how! See attached photo for clear evidence of that.

Does that matter you ask? Well, yes, if you care about having comfortable clothes that last and don't just come hole-ridden landfill within a few months, it does matter.

My experience with socks that spend their entire time stretched is that the wear points (where they touches the inside of the shoes on the heal and toe) cause them to thin out and develop holes far faster than socks that are genuinely cut to the be size of one's feet.

And that's not to mention the fact that all this elastic does make them feel a lot less "cotton" (natural) than some other less stretchy socks I've had.

I've seen a few of these companies come and go on Amazon... I suspect that by the time they get enough people realising that they don't last (and who can be bothered to write a review after a few months), they'll magically become another company selling even more unbelievably brilliant socks!
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