Wear these Acorn® fleece socks alone around the house or with clogs, shoes or boots. They'll wick away moisture to keep you warm and cozy. Two-way stretch fleece plus Acorn's patented flat-lock seams for added comfort. Mid-cut height for a great fit. Imported.
• Acorn® fleece socks • Wear alone or with shoes • Moisture-wicking polyblend fleece • Two-way stretch and flat-lock seams • Mid-cut height for a great fit
Buy 2 or more at $14.95 each
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Comments about Product: Girlfriend and her daughter loved them! Thanks. one pair seams opened up but you got the replacements in so fast we could not believe it! Just goes to show ALWAYS DEAL with a reputable company
Comments about Product: I bought these to wear inside the matching slippers - which I LOVE! However, the socks, in my opinion, are not true to size AT ALL. The Small is advertised to fit 8.5 to 9.5. I wear a 9 shoe and struggled to get the socks on. They were so tight once I had them on, I was sure the seams would rip out very quickly. I am exchanging the Small size that I bought for a Medium size and am very much looking forward to their arrival.
Comments about Product: I get such pleasure out of wearing these socks! Not only are they fun and adorable to look at, they are cozy & warm - just thick enough for wearing around the house and in boots. I ordered a size larger than recommended and they are perfect.
Comments about Product: I bought 5 pair of these to give as Christmas gifts. Two pair have already come apart at the seams (literally). They fit well, are very cozy, put very poorly sewn. The fabric doesn't tear, the seam just falls apart. We've only had them a week, so it will be interesting to see if the other 3 pair hold up better.
Comments about Product: The great thing about these sox is the loose fitting top ... no tightness to cut your circulation.
Also great for invalids for the same reason. My husband was wheelchair/bedridden for about a year and these sox were a must to keep his feet warm.
Comments about Product: I purchased a pair of the Acorn Fleece Socks to wear around the house and for an extra layer in my snow boots. These are very warm! I bought another pair and two more as gifts. Fair warning--if your feet tend to swell, you may not like these. They are very fitted and snug.
Comments about Product: I love these socks for all the other reasons mentioned plus one more. When I am congested, I put cotton socks in cold water, squeeze out the water, put them on my feet and then put on my Acorn socks. Sounds gross doesn't it but trust me! it's not. I was afraid of my bed getting all wet the first time I did this on the advise of my ND son but when I woke, the socks were dry, bed was fine and I was breathing! Give it a try!!
Comments about Product: These fleece sox are so soft, warm and cozy. I ordered a pr. & loved them so much that I had to order another pr. They wash up nicely, are good for night or day and I just love them! I will be wearing these all winter long to keep my feet nice and toasty.
Comments about Product: I get very cold feet in both summer and winter. These socks provide noticeable warmth, the instant you put them on. Be sure and get the right size, based on your shoe size, as they aren't a stretchy knit like most socks. They are thick so would not work well for dress shoes. Great inside roomy boots, though.
Comments about Product: I love to put these cute socks on when I come in from work. They are toasty warm and soft. I also gave them as little Christmas gifts for friends and everyone loves them !! The designs that I got are " retro" , which I like a lot.
Comments about Product: During the cold cold New England winter these great socks keep my feet nice and toasty. We keep our bedroom windows open all winter so a foot that escapes from under the quilt still stays warm until morning.
Comments about Product: My husband bought these as a Christmas gift for me -- well done honey!!! I love them. We live in Montana and my feet get cold walking around the house but i don't want cumbersome slippers and he found these for me. They are so warm and i love the thickness. They give me cushioning and yet i can wear them cuddled up on the couch too.
They would also be great for wearing in winter boots!
Comments about Product: I love these socks. But then I give them to my friends and family with cold feet and they love them, too. My sister has Reynaud's syndrome and these are the only non-battery operated socks that keep her feet warm.
Comments about Product: I could not find any slippers for my grandson. He would not leave the slip ones on. We have wood floors, and his feet would get cold. I got him 2 pr. for Christmas, he will not take them off. He even wants to wear them to school.
Comments about Product: I wear clogs all winter and these socks are perfect with them. I can show off my fun side and keep my toes toasty. I've had trouble finding them other places in anything but solid colors. Each pair will last me a couple of years before the heel wears through. Worth every penny!
Comments about Product: These socks are warm in winter, not hot in summer -best of all is that they are great for hiking in water. I wear them with my water sandals and my feet don't ever feel cold or even wet for that matter. When worn in snow, same thing - your feet stay dry and warm.
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