Who wears men’s crew socks? Obviously men, but why would you consider these strange looking cut down socks? I really don’t think anyone really needs to be sold on the benefits of wearing men’s boat shoes there have been a lot of people that have sung the praises of the most popular and comfortable casual shoes out and the fact that they are worn by people from young to the not so young.
Benefits of wearing Men’s Crew Socks are:
• They are ultra comfortable and hug the foot
• Wearing the socks inside boat shoes you are assured of a better fit. Especially if the shoe leather stretches slightly
• Deeper cushioning in the sole of the sock, giving more comfort
• If made from cotton they absorb sweat
• By wearing the crew socks with regularity you will not need to keep purchasing deodorizing products so your feet don’t pong!
Honestly, I have found that men’s crew socks will sit on your feet snugly but the older males/females that have only experienced regular short socks will take a little bit of convincing as the top of the sock would only come to the rim of the shoes and there is a tendency to think that the shoes is gobbling up the sock…which is not true of course. I have an older male in the family that is always against change and the look on his face as he was peering over my shoulder looking over the catalogue that was opened in front of me he said “you will never get me into a pair of those”. But to me never is a long time.
I went back to reading the catalogue and I was interested to know why people buy the socks it is for a few reasons one of them being is to keep your feet dry they purchase cotton socks as they are the most absorbent. There are either the really thin socks that apparently you don’t even know you are wearing them of the socks that have like a padded sole that gives you more cushioning for more comfort along with the added benefit of soaking up sweat on your feet to keep your toes drier and to protect feet against fungal infection.
For those that know someone that has boat shoes and wears them constantly after a period of time no matter how much you air them, spray them or leave them outside to dry you will get to the stage that they absolutely pong! In frustration you look for inner soles in combination with all of the things that you have done above… all this in vain and nothing works at all. Trust me I know.