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- 84% Cotton, 14% Polyester, 1% Nylon, 1% Natural Latex Rubber;
- Machine Wash
- Crew sock 6-pack featuring reinforced heels and toes
- Fresh IQ advanced odor protection technology attacks odor-causing bacteria in your clothing to help you feel fresh all day
- Fabrications may vary
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|Cushion Crew 184/6||Cushion Crew 184V12||Value Crew 970A10||Ultimate Crew 84/10||Ultimate Crew CL84|
|Primary Fabric||Cotton||Cotton||Cotton||Super Soft Cotton||Super Soft Cotton|
|Cushioning||Full Foot||Full Foot||Full Foot||Foot Bottom||Full Foot|
|Pack Size||6 Pair||12 Pair||10 Pair||10 Pair||6 Pair|
These crew socks are cushioned for comfort and designed to be durable.
The Hanes cushion crew sock Double Tough doubles the durability in the heel & toe. The sock has cushioned sole for extra comfort with comfortable stay-up top. Hanes Red Toe Seam means Hanes quality you can trust.
Fabric might vary :
82% Cotton, 15% Polyester, 2% Natural Latex Rubber, 1% Other Fibers 81% Cotton, 16% Polyester, 2% Natural Latex Rubber, 1% Other Fibers 77% Cotton, 19% Polyester, 2% Natural Latex Rubber, 1% Other Fibers
- Product Dimensions: 10 x 6.1 x 4.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000VZK3HE
- Item model number: 184/6
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 30, 2006
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
I wear white cotton crew socks basically every day, two pairs on workout days. I wear them with high-impact athletic shoes, work/walking shoes, and occasionally heavy work boots. I want them to last (no holes, no saggy tops), I want them to be comfortable, and I want a fair value for my money.
So when I retired my old inventory nearly two years ago, I picked up five different brands of white crew socks.
Durability: As I wore the socks, I tried to be very diligent about 'rotating stock' -- pulling socks to wear from the right-side of the drawer, putting in freshly-laundered ones on the left. In theory, they all received about the same amount of wear-and-tear.
Wigwam (2/5): Unraveled at the top quickly -- after the first washing, three socks; after the third or fourth, almost every sock had loose tops. These thick socks took around a year before I started seeing holes in the toes or heel.
Under Armour (4/5): Some unraveling around the 8 or 9 month mark, no holes until year two.
Fruit of the Loom (3/5): Little unraveling, but heels thinned before the end of the first year, leading to holes.
Hanes Cushion Crew (3/5): Modest unraveling, but moderate holes at toes and heels around the 9-12 month mark.
Gold Toe Cotton Crew Athletic (5/5): Outstanding -- so far, no unraveling; two toe holes, one heel hole.
Comfort: There's two factors for me -- first, softness; second, thickness/padding. Also, I'm not looking for a compression sock (like for when I fly, or if I develop CHF) -- nothing *too* tight (and none of them were).
Wigwam (3/5): Very thick (for a crew sock), well-padded; stiff -- even after months of washing, they almost felt starched.
Under Armour (5/5): Good thickness; started soft, became even softer after a few washes.
Fruit of the Loom (3/5): Felt slightly thin; good softness.
Hanes Cushion Crew (4/5): Good thickness; slightly stiff, but not as bad as Wigwam).
Gold Toe Cotton Crew Athletic (5/5): Thick, but not too thick; softest out-of-the-plastic, and better as time went by.
Value: All bought on the same date, non-sale prices (just standard Amazon prices)
Wigwam Super 60 Crew ($2.97/pr)
Under Armour Charged Cotton Crew ($2.50/pr)
Fruit of the Loom Heavy Duty Crew ($1.81/pr)
Hanes Cushion Crew ($1.78/pr)
Gold Toe Cotton Crew Athletic ($1.72/pr)
After the first month, they start to fall apart. The elastic in the top unravels, so they fall down to my ankles. I try to buy them near the end of the Summer, so that by fall, I know my ankles will stay warm. Then the part behind the ankle gets a hole in it. I never keep them long enough to get holes in the toes.
My mom used to darn my socks. It seems like a lost art now, but when I was a kid my socks had definite signs of repair. The other kids did, too. People don't fix their socks anymore. Socks are cheap, and Hanes socks are cheap even by cheap sock standards. Besides, once the elastic in the top breaks, who would want to keep wearing them? I give them three stars for time's sake.
Hanes USED to be a good sock but these are as bad as worn out socks with no cushion and paper thin.
Send Hanes a message we dont want this garbage quality and dont buy. He is using this for working outside doubled and expect them to be in garbage very soon. Totally Disgusted , would give minus 1 if I could. waste of time and money
These things are terrible. The material quality compared to what I was used to is very poor. Almost immediately the elastic seemed to be too stretched to stay in place or provide any support. (I don't like saggy socks). I used them for perhaps a few months before I started throwing them away and replacing them with Under Armour socks again. The material also seemed to start thinning very quickly.
I purchased these in 2015 and just discovered I still had a pair. I do not expect to purchase Hanes again.
I have a set of Hanes socks (grey stitching) from four years ago that mostly are still good enough to wear. After three years, I thought I should replace them. I bought another set (red stitching) not knowing any better and they lasted less than a year. I then bought these, intentionally spending more on them than the set I bought a year ago in search of better quality. These socks were demolished after just TWO washes! Fortunately I still have some four-year-old socks to keep me going for now... Why is it so hard to find quality socks?
Attached photo shows one of these socks unwashed (straight out of the package on the left), another one of these socks after I attempted to put it on for the second time (after just the second wash, in the center), and one of my four-year-old socks that is still wearable (right).
DO NOT BUY THESE SOCKS!