Reddit Reddit reviews PEOPLE SOCKS 4pairs merino wool mens womens socks CharcoalX 2pairs, Navy X 1pair, Brown X1pair Large

We found 36 Reddit comments about PEOPLE SOCKS 4pairs merino wool mens womens socks CharcoalX 2pairs, Navy X 1pair, Brown X1pair Large. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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PEOPLE SOCKS 4pairs merino wool mens womens socks CharcoalX 2pairs, Navy X 1pair, Brown X1pair Large
Made in America (4 pairs of merino wool socks). Thicker socks. *New release August 201771% Merino Wool ,21% Nylon, 7% Poly,1% Spandex. Reinforced Toe & Heel.Fits (Large Mens Shoe size 9-12) (Small-Medium 6-9.5) .Wash cold inside out and then air dry to reduce shrinkage. Men can purchase the womens one for a smaller size (Click on People Socks above item title)Merino Wool/Nylon blend is itch-free, maintains durability for the lifetime of the socksCrew to slightly lower than Calf Height. Mid-weight to Heavy socks. Shaped cushioning in the footbed for extra comfort without bulk. Smooth toe construction.
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36 Reddit comments about PEOPLE SOCKS 4pairs merino wool mens womens socks CharcoalX 2pairs, Navy X 1pair, Brown X1pair Large:

u/Pwntastic1 · 14 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Buy these

Trust me

u/SquishSquash81 · 11 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Peoplesocks are the best deal in socks right now.

u/Cixelsid · 10 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

They've sold as high as $35 on Amazon, but average price has been around $26.73. This is the lowest they've been ever.

u/xComputerblue · 7 pointsr/malefashionadvice
u/joylongdivision · 4 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

People Socks are nice.

u/Priapulid · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Gold Toe (100% wool) makes some and Wigwam (34% wool blend), although I can't attest to them since I rarely wear dress socks. Wigwam pretty consistantly get good reviews from what I have seen.

My current favorite budget wool work/hiking socks are People Socks (71% wool and USA made!)... but they might be a tad thick for dress shoes.

u/Jobeanie123 · 3 pointsr/EDC

A bunch of wool socks and a Gerber Shard!.

The shard seems a little strange, but right now I need something else to put on my keyring just to give it something more to grab onto when I pull it out of my pocket! The shard seems like a good solution. If I can get one use out of the little phillips and perhaps the pry bar it'll probably be worth it!

u/can_has · 3 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

GET THESE if you need warm socks whatsoever, or will. Crazy good deal considering the quality, made in Brooklyn I believe

I took some FMFA and tried them out months ago, they are wonderful warm socks. *down to 19.90 shipped, for 4 pair (prime, amazon)

u/neanderthalsavant · 3 pointsr/Construction

u/666kate, you don't need sock-garters or whatever the fuck they are called.

Try these

PEOPLE SOCKS 4pairs merino wool mens womens socks CharcoalX 2pairs, Navy X 1pair, Brown X1pair Large

I am a frame to finish carpenter in coastal New England. Once it gets cold out, these socks are my go to

u/TheRockDoctor · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

People Socks are excellent. Pricier than Kirkland, but less expensive than Smartwool. I've found them to be very comfortable and durable.

u/x_glo · 3 pointsr/TeenMFA

I recently got these to go with some Beckman Rounds I ordered. They're amazing. They fit snug on my feet, I always seem to be too small for socks. Really warm, nice cushioning. Couldn't recommend enough of you're wearing boots.

u/zortnarftroz · 3 pointsr/rawdenim

Costco's Kirklands aren't bad and People's socks from amazon are nice too, this from a Minneapolis native.

u/johnny150 · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Just got a 4 pack of these. They were just like 17.99 and they're very warm so far.

u/glswindle · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

I buy the brand people socks on amazon. 4 pair packs for like $28. I’ve been progressively replacing them when they wear out, and I love them. I wear them year round as well. Link:

u/NovaKnights · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

I might also recommend People Socks on Amazon as an alternative. They're consistently $24-26 for a 4-pack and they feel great!

u/Queef_Sludge · 2 pointsr/FixedGearBicycle

I do thermal pants and top (found some cheap at a REI outlet sale).

Wool socks

tshirt and shorts.

If it's below 35 I'll add a windproof riding vest because it keeps my pits open (rei sale).

The head is important. Balaclavas are great for coverage. I really like a scar for versatility and I combo it with Ear Bags. A ridiculous name but they fit perfect in between helmet straps.

u/senator_mendoza · 2 pointsr/AskMen

specifically i'd recommend - this underwear, and these socks

life's so much better with awesome socks and underwear

u/Deuxstar · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

DTS has the return policy to make them awesome and they're definitely comfortable, but they're a bit pricey for me. I just found it silly to send back a pair of socks after I've worn holes in them with my caveman feet.

My most recent purchase was people socks and I've loved them. Three seasons with them and I am on my original 8 pair. They're definitely durable and a bit more reasonable on the wallet. I've hiked, worked and lounged in them and they still feel great.

71% merino wool

u/einstein2001 · 2 pointsr/goodyearwelt

I just picked these Kirkland trail socks for a decent price. I've been wearing them with my work boots and they are very comfortable.

I hear Darn Tough makes some great socks with a lifetime guarantee. People socks are another option for thick boot socks.

u/ChefShimi · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I wear these pretty much exclusively. They might be a little thick, but they don't get too hot.

A lot of people also suggest smartwool or the costco brand wool socks.

u/Raewynrh · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

People socks!!!

They aren't super cheap but they last sooo long and are super warm and comfy. We have 8 pairs that have lasted us three winters of heavy use and are still going strong. Plus they are made in the USA! Stay warm!

u/slow_one · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

The Spirit of Detroit...
If you don't already have smart wool socks, buy a couple of pair now! It's the only way to go. They seem expensive but they keep your feet warm and dry faster than cotton.
Like these but in your size:
Also, if you can find some Ex-Officio underwear, these are great!
They're warm and they wash and dry over night while traveling!

u/Russian_For_Rent · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

+1 for people socks. $26 dollars right now on amazon and I just snagged my second set.

u/monster_snowgoon · 1 pointr/OkCupid

Dis and dis and dese and dose.

u/AdviseMyAdvice · 1 pointr/goodyearwelt

Semi-urgent as I'm wearing these to work today (driving though...) and I'm worried I should return them.

Do these look like they fit correctly? One Redditor said they might be too narrow for my feet. They feel a little tight but I am wearing some thick-ish socks. - sitting - on my toes

u/flynnski · 1 pointr/motocamping

Merino. Effin'. Wool.

People socks, in particular, seem to be the best deal running. I bought a bunch of 'em and they held up really nicely over a three month trip mostly spent in Keens. Wore 'em a couple days in a row, no problem, no stink.

They're absurdly comfortable, warm in the cold and reasonably cool in the heat. I can't say enough about 'em.

Also, put your dirty and clean laundry in separate bags.

u/TonyOstrich · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I don't think I am there yet. There are quite a few outfits I have, where I have no idea objectively if they look good or not. I am pretty good at seeing whether something fit's properly, but not very good with color and style matching. That said there are certain items I do know go well together, and this is one of them

The outfit:

Waxed Olive

Canvas in black

Express Crew Neck (Small) in Black

Gustin Brass Roller - Saddle Brown Belt (Second notch) Size 32

Redwing Beckman 9016 Size 9 (Probably a half size too large, but made better by thick merino wool socks)

Levi 511 Rigid Dragon 29x32

People Socks - Merino Wool Blend

All in all it's a super simple outfit, and not very hard to pull off. The belt is not naturally the right color to match the shoes. It's a much lighter shade of brown, and with all of the other dark pieces does not work well. I darken the belt by massaging cocnut oil into it, letting it sit for 24 hours, and then polishing with Red Wings Dusky Brown polish (same polish I use on the shoes). I do this whenever I notice the color getting a bit too light.

u/penguinsuitman · 1 pointr/rawdenim

I have a few pairs of people's socks that are really nice and reasonably priced for high quality MiUSA wool socks. They ship w/ amazon prime so that's also cool.

u/berwyn_urine · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

That sweater looks good and the price is good. Go for it.

The socks look okay, but the reviews are rather mixed. Apparently Costco brand wool socks are supposed to be of good quality and receive much praise from frugalmalefashion. As another option, these People Socks are on a great sale and have great reviews. I own 4 pair personally and they are quite thick and warm. Seem like they are going to hold up well through the winter.

u/fxsnowy · 1 pointr/snowboarding

First time going snowboarding in denver in a few weeks, will this jacket be fine?

Also do I need ski/snowboarding socks like this
or can these wool socks do the job?

u/JaxTellerr · 1 pointr/goodyearwelt

don't know why I commented in such broken english lol, but there are different people socks. The cheaper ones or these ones.

Which percentage merino wool are yours, 71 or 42?

u/WOgles · 1 pointr/backpacking

I have been wearing these, People Socks for awhile now, and I will never go back. I love 'em. It's summer in Oklahoma and my feet are always comfy in them.

u/Zip668 · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

13EE with a high arch/instep and I swear by these.

u/MAGAbot9000 · -2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion