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Rated 1 out of 5 by I am very disapponted in my new Powersox I have worn PowerSox for years and up until now I thought they were the best socks money could buy. Not any longer! I purchased the XL for my size 13 foot. The fit is not good and they are far less comfortable than my previous PowerSox. From what I can see, and feel, GoldToe took out some of the original sock's quality to produce a sock that provides them with higher profits. You have lost me as a customer. 10/17/2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not as advertised My primary complaint with these socks is that I was hoping they contained some cotton as advertised: "Moisture-wicking cotton blend keeps feet cool and dry." The actual blend is 67% polyester, 24% acrylic, 6% nylon and 3% spandex. Secondly, why are these socks advertised as "no-show"? You can tell from the photo that they aren't, but the title and description of these socks need to be revised. I wear a women's 10 shoe and these socks are tight on me. I would not recommend them if you are looking for a soft cotton-blend sock. 03/19/2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Quality has slipped a bit for GoldToe. This is the only brand I buy and haven't come across this problem yet. I was only using the white ones at first and they seemed a little thicker, then ordedered 8 packs of 3 (24 Total) and about 3 or so of the sock not sets ripped through, one on my finger, one on toe, and one on my heel. I haven't complained, because 3 total socks, what a problem, double that and it would at least be three pair. Just be on the look out for something like this happening maybe or maybe not. 01/02/2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ultra-low performance socks My husband loves these Gold Toe ultra-low performance socks, and he also really like the black sock material for a change! He also bought some in the low-cut, which are basically no higher than ankle-height, and they are even more versatile. We'll have to see how they perform quality-wise in the long run. 03/21/2012
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