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- 100% Cotton
- Machine Wash
- Reinforced heel and toe
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Our extra large men's socks have an extended foot-bed to fit big & tall men, available in a variety of styles and colors, goldtoe dress socks, casual socks and athletic socks are your go-to socks for xl feet
Gold Toe socks are made with only the finest yarns and are carefully reinforced at the heel and toe for longer, more comfortable wear. Machine washable and dryable for easy care. Gold Toe's toe seams are specially flattened for a smooth fit in shoes. Heels are well rounded for gentle support and a comfortable fit. The knit-in gold toe is a registered trademark of Gold Toe and signifies Gold Toe quality, comfort, and fit. Each pair of Gold socks is made with pride by skilled craftsmen and then carefully inspected to offer the customer the finest possible quality. Our Gold Toe Cotton Quarter athletic socks are fully cushioned sport socks in an ankle-length style. Soft, breathable. USA/Imported.
- Package Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0002TW2IW
- Item model number: P000164662
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 15, 2004
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Top customer reviews
Gold Toe has changed manufacturers ("Made in Mexico"), and their socks TOTALLY SUCK now. They are no better than the 6-packs of cheap socks at Wal-Mart.
Background story: I bought a few pairs of these Gold Toe socks from a Dillard's a couple of years back, and I LOVED them. We're talking five star quality. They were different from the usual crap socks from Wal-Mart/Target/Kohl's. These socks were 1) soft, 2) fit right, and 3) were durable. And these socks LAST. I thought I was a Gold Toe convert for LIFE.
Several months later, however, I saw some Gold Toe socks for sale at Kohl's and bought them. Same packaging, same name, etc. They didn't seem quite the same, but I didn't think anything of it at the time.
After wearing them for a few months, however, I noticed a big difference. The newer Gold Toe socks from Kohl's were wearing out much faster than the older, original pairs. They were getting holes on the side of the ankles, wearing out fast in the heels, etc.
As of today, I've now thrown out all but two of the 12 newer Gold Toe socks, and I have my original pairs of the "old" Gold Toe socks. My original Gold Toe socks from Dillard's are still going strong and feel great (though dingier from the long time I've had them).
I was thinking that maybe I got some socks that were made different for non-retail stores (Wal-Mart's been known to do that - get manufacturers to cut quality to meet Wal-Mart's pricing demands), so I went back to the Dillard's that I bought the originals from tonight to see if the Gold Toes there were like the ones I bought at Kohl's.
I checked them, and they also felt like average, cheapo socks - like the ones that had worn out on me.
I asked the worker at Dillard's about it, who called and asked the store manager about it, and they told me what had happened - about the manufacturing move to Mexico. He also knew that they sucked now, since they started making down south.
Bottom line: I wouldn't buy Gold Toe anywhere anymore. Why pay more for cheapo socks, wrapped in Gold Toe branding? It's a sad day for those of us who know what they WERE like before Gold Toe sold out.
Why, Gold Toe? WHY?
Unless you go back to your old quality standards, I'll never buy them again.
They are a cushioned sock, I do like that. The only thing I don't really like it they feel a little slick, but that is the nature of the synthetic fibers.
In a side by side comparison, it becomes completely evident Gold Toe athletic socks now made in Mexico are not the same high quality nor are they as well made as Gold Toe socks previously made in the United States.