Posted by Joan on 12th Mar 2013
I have been wearing these for years because I am taller than the average woman with size 10 feet. Women's knee highs are always too short and very uncomfortable. I also prefer wool blend to cotton, much better for wicking moisture. It's cold where I live, so shorter socks do not keep my legs warm enough. I would love to buy these for my boyfriend, but he is 6'5" with size 14 feet. How about a larger size?
Posted by HLB on 2nd Mar 2013
My Dad wore Gold Toe WW OTC, for size 13 shoes, for as long as I can remember. He died in 1989 and I have been wearing the pairs that I inherited, plus some I purchased, almost every day ever since. They are finally wearing out. PLEASE BRING THEM BACK! I would pay almost any price, since they last longer than anything else and are more comfortable as well. I have actually worn out a couple pairs of Smart Wools purchased much later and worn less often.
Posted by john on 23rd Feb 2013
I have worn these socks since high school, a lot of years. Wearing wool socks provides for superior wicking. They are the best for long days in dress shoes. I use both the OTC and the shorter ones, depending upon the day, season, etc. For years now I have struggled to find these, both OTC and shorter. I miss the sized version and the mids. The newer OTC one size fits all is too tall. Please bring them back. I think with a little advertising support those of us that are in dress shoes all day would know how superior they are.
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Jan 2013
I have been using the WW OTC socks for over 25 years and love them. In the past I have bought them by the dozen and only have two pairs of the Olive ones. Are they coming bacK?????
GoldToe.com Response: Unfortunately, Olive has been discontinued. We are looking at limited colors for possible Fall 13.
Posted by Lani on 14th Jan 2013
My husband had worn Gold Toe's Windsor Wool OTC socks in EXTENDED size for 3 decades or more. He's quite tall and needs the extended size. We used to be able to special order that size in stores that sold the Windsor Wool socks, but Windsor Wool was discontinued 5+ years ago. Now that they're back, thank goodness, we'd like to know if Gold Toe is going to offer the OTC Windsor Wool in the extended size for tall men. The only socks on your website in extended size are cotton; husband wants OTC wool.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Dec 2012
I have to add my voice to this conversation. I too have been wearing the WW mid-calf for decades. I need more now, please bring them back.
Posted by Ed on 26th Dec 2012
These socks used to be sized, small, medium, large, extra-large. One size does not fit all! Apparently, these socks are not only made in China, but the Chinese are making the decision on sizing. The Chinese are all small with the same size feet. The Chinese cannot comprehend tall Americans with big feet that need an extra-large for comfort. When you allow corporate-monopolies; you eventually get poor quality; such as one size fits all.
These also were not available in the Redding store, where it is cold in winter. I had to order online.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Dec 2012
I'm always suprised when cos stop making a product and there still seems to be a strong demand for it. Need the mid calf WW back. Seems like a lot of others feel the same way. JR
Posted by Dan on 1st Dec 2012
Where are the Windsor wool mid calf socks? I have been looking for them for three years.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Nov 2012
ATTENTION Gold Toe: Read all of the reviews that have been posted and you will find a lot of dedicated customers who CANNOT find the Windsor Wool OTC sock in major stores. WHAT has happened to eliminate this product? Has business dress gone so far south that such an item is unpopular? I was in the main Macy's store here in Chicago (sadly the former Marshall Field & Co.) and there were hundreds of pairs of Gold Toe socks ... and not ONE pair of the OTC Windsor Wool. What's more the middle-aged salesman was utterly clueless. Gold Toe is missing one of its target audiences -- even when the customer understands that HARDLY ANY clothing is any longer made in America.