Crew socks are casual socks that feature a mid-height ribbed cuff, which usually rest between the top of the ankle and below the knee. Crew socks are the most common type of sock for both men and women, and are often worn with casual or athletic attire. Crew socks are made machine washable for convenience and come in a variety of styles. Crew socks are commonly made from cotton or cotton blend fabrics. Athletic crew socks used in sport activities are typically made with moisture wicking technology to keep feet dry.
Thorlos Tennis Crew (2 Pairs) Nothing else for tennis
March 15, 2013
Reviewer: Adam from Chapel Hill, NC
I love these socks. Before I wore these my feet used to get pretty sore after playing tennis, but these have great padding, and take a long time to wear out. I keep a few pair in rotation. They will bunch up at the toe sometimes because they're so thick. I wear the mini-crew when it's hot out, but the crews are super for Fall and Winter. I doubt I'll ever wear another brand as long as I play tennis.
Thorlos Running Crew (2 Pairs) small
February 21, 2013
Reviewer: Bec from Boca, FL
Soft and cushioned socks. My last pairs of Thorlo's are 8 years old and are beginning to wear through. I wear them frequently as a floor nurse. These new ones are very soft and have a nice cushion. They do run small. I wear a size 6 shoe, never a 6.5. These size small socks (4-6) are very tight.
Darn Tough Vermont Tulip Shorty Light 1601 (2 Pairs) Nice socks
February 21, 2013
Reviewer: Mama duck from Western PA
These socks are nice. I would like to have more padding in the foot bed part especially for winter (my feet are thin) but they will probably be nice for summer. I will try them at work then because it will be warm and my feet will swell then. Thanks
Drymax Socks Diabetic Crew Sock (3 Pairs) Great but fragile
February 20, 2013
Reviewer: paulnoga from Las Vegas
The top of the socks are made like a fishnet to avoid to much pressure. However, the first day I wore these, there was a little "catch" on the top. I cut one thread to avoid a large pull, and the mesh opened up from one thread to a hole the size of a nickle. These socks can be good, but you really have to be extremely careful with them.