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Whether you’re a “no-show” sock loyalist or interested in trying the look for the first time, there's no time like now to grab Amazon's wildly popular Eedor socks.
“No-show” socks are a must-have when it comes to wearing loafers, flats, sneakers and, well, everything in between. If you hate the look of socks peeking out around your ankles and spoiling your styling footwear look, they're your salvation. No wonder they've garnered over 16,000 five-star reviews.
The Eedor socks are made of a durable blend of cotton and spandex, with a bit of non-slip silicone rubber to keep them securely in place.
The Eedor women’s socks are available in four colors — beige, gray, white and black — and come in packs of three, six or eight. Depending on the color and pack you choose, prices range between $10 to $17.
"These socks are a dream come true," said one believer. "I can't tell you how much money I have spent in the past on expensive no-show socks that either 1) don't stay put, or 2) only last one season. These socks are affordable and they absolutely stay put! I'm cleaning out my sock drawer and getting rid of all my other frustrating no-shows and replacing them with these."
Another added: "I just bought my second pack of the [beige], white, and black combo packs. I love these things! They provide the perfect amount of coverage. I had a hard time finding socks that are truly 'no-show,' but that also will not slip off of your heel during the day. These have become my favorite 'no-show' socks. I wear them with all of my Vans and Keds, and also with some of my slip-ons and boat shoes."
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