Posted by Unknown on 25th Jun 2015
I don't know why these are so hard to find. These acrylic socks are vastly superior to anything made of cotton. Probably the only way to soak your feet more than wearing cotton socks is to wear plastic bags on your feet. Cotton holds 7 times it's weight in water. When it gets wet the fibers swell making it waterproof. Why do you think tents were originally made of cotton canvas before the days of waterproof material? These and the Silver Toe variant (called Max Spun, 83% acrylic, 15% nylon, 2%spandex) used to be readily available from Sears, JC Penny's, and a variety of other stores in crew socks, quarter socks. Gold Toe really dropped the ball on this one, selling nothing but cotton athletic socks every store I checked. What's the deal Gold Toe? Were these socks to good? Had to stop selling?
Posted by Jerry on 9th Feb 2015
Bought 15 pair of white & liked them.. Wanted to stock up and now I'm only being given a black option and it tells me I can't reorder. Hopefully they'll be back in stock soon.
Posted by Frank M on 8th Mar 2014
I wear a size 9 boot and the 10-13 ends up wadedup on the bottom of my foot after several hours. What happened to the
9-11 size at fit very well
Posted by John A on 22nd Sep 2012
I purchased 21 pairs of the black poly spun gold toe socks over 5 years ago. I wear them every day for work and believe it or not have never worn a hole thru them. The cushioned sole has only worn at the heal, but not thru on some of the socks. Gold toe does not make them anymore. I just purchased (several weeks ago) 12 pair of these socks and couldn't be happier. The fit and comfort are excellant, and I expect I'll get years of use from these as well.
Posted by Unknown on 21st Nov 2011
Good sock but are a little tight for size 12-13 foot, should be offered in extended sizes. Have you looked at the size of men growing in this country?