|Fits as expected||
|Price:||$12.97 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details & FREE Returns|
|You Save:||$2.03 (14%)|
- 85% Cotton, 15% Stretch Nylon
- Made in USA
- Cushioned sole with a smooth looped toe seam
- Welt top with 3x1 mock rib leg
Customers who bought this item also bought
A value engineered cushioned tube sock, still made in America. Just try finding another one like it.
A little bit of care can keep your Wigwam socks performing well for years. For best results turn socks inside out before washing. Wash in warm water and tumble dry on low heat. Maximum water temp is 120° F / 50° C. Do not bleach. Use normal cycle setting, set dryer at low heat.
Wigwam's Super 60 collection is a basic cotton athletic tube sock in an over-the-calf length at a great value! Features include welt top, mock rib leg, cushion sole and a smooth looped toe seam.
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 4 x 3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000TF9SLI
- Item model number: S1004
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 7, 2007
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
UPDATE 1-10-2014. I've been using these socks exclusively for over a year and a half now. They still stay up on my calfs very good. They obviously have lost some of their cushion from a year and a half ago, but all the socks are intact and still fairly soft. None have gotten holes worn through them, or even have gotten thin to the point that it feels like nothing on your feet. I wear these daily in work boots and am very pleased with them. I definitely will purchase this exact sock again when they start to wear out, but I'm expecting that will be a while yet.
UPDATE 11-8-15: Three and a half years later and I'm ready to replace these socks with the exact same ones. I haven't gotten any holes in them, but they are getting thin. I wear these daily with work boots. For six months out of the year, I put a lot of miles on my feet and for six months, not so much. I'm still impressed with how well these socks still stay up and the quality.
2014 update "now under scrutiny": I have bought Wigwam socks for years and have noticed that the length is getting shorter, that is, not fully covering the calf as before? Initially, I thought the size decrease was just my imagination until I received another order (6 months later) with the exact same problem.
2017 update: I now recommend Wolverine Men's Steel Toe Over-the-Calf Sock. This is a fitted-type sock and NOT a generic tube, therefore the Wolverine fit is better and the sole is thicker and it covers the entire calf. Wolverine Men's Steel Toe Over The Calf 2-Pair Socks, White, Large
The product has a long history of good service in spite of the fact that I have larger than average calf muscles.
This is a pretty short review, as I really don't have too much of a frame of reference. I learned early on that Wigwam was a quality product at a reasonable price, and just stayed with them. One thing it does reflect however.... a very long period of steadfast quality control.
By contrast, the (1) wigwam socks, at $12.13 for 3-packs, had compression only in the top half of the calf and therefore made a shallow ring in my calf about 5" long. The Fruit of the Loom "over the calf tube socks" (6 pairs for $13) had an elastic band at the top of about 1/4". That made a huge dent in my leg where the elastic was. They were also about an inch shorter than the Gold Toe socks and made this ring at the top of my calf.
As far as general quality is concerned, the Gold Toe socks are the heaviest. They have a heel and toe knitted in. The Wigwam socks seem just slightly lighter but, more like tube socks, they have no heel or toe. The Fruit of the Loom socks were the lightest and were clearly tube socks.
For general purposes, they all seemed like pretty good socks. But if you want a tight fitting sock that gives uniform compression/support, the Gold Toe is clearly the best. As I write this review, all socks are new. Therefore, I don't know how well they wear. My guess is that the Fruit of the Loom socks will wear out sooner; however, they are also less than half as expensive as the Gold Toe.