Does your child hate to wear socks? Does he have sensitive feet that make seams and wrinkles irritating? SmartKit Kid socks were developed especially for children with sensory processing differences and hypersensitivity. They are knit with no heels and no seams.
We don’t have any sensitive kids or feet around here :), but were happy to try out our samples. Emily tried both a size XL and a size XXL. (She wears a size 2 shoe.) Both fit well—the interesting thing about the SmartKnit Kids socks is that they stretch a lot and have no heel, so, for example, one child could wear a L as ankle socks, an XL as crew socks, and a XXL as long socks! The XXL were almost long enough to wear as long socks on Emily. Depending on how well they wear, you could get years out of a pair of socks! Emily’s first comment was, “These socks are really soft!”
The XXL also fit me well. They are sized to fit girls/boys sizes 5-8. I wear a (women’s) 7 1/2 to 8 and found them very comfortable. They fit snugly without wrinkles, but are not tight.
Another cool feature of SmartKnit Kids socks is that they are designed to wick moisture away from the feet and are antimicrobial to inhibit odor-causing bacteria. So if you have a stinky-feet problem at your house, this might be what you are looking for!
SmartKnit Kids socks retail for $6.95 a pair.
Giveaway: SmartKnit Kids is giving away 3 pairs of socks, winner’s choice of size and color, to one of my readers. (US and Canada only.) To enter, visit the SmartKnit Kids site and tell me what you like about the product or which color you would choose. Giveaway ends on Sept. 7. Winner will be chosen by random.org. Be sure to leave me a way to reach you if you win.
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I received these socks free from SmartKnit Kids in order to write this review. No other compensation was provided and all opinions are my own.