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POWER-CUSHIONED Performance Crew Large 6 Pair Pack (Black)
POWER-CUSHIONED Performance Crew Large 6 Pair Pack (Black)
  • Men's Shoe Size 9-12 (Women's 10+)
  • Stay-Up, Comfort Top. Comfort Toe Seam.
  • POWER-CUSHIONED Footbed, Ultra-Soft Cotton.
  • 70% Cotton 19% Acrylic 8% Nylon 2% Polyester 1% Lycra Spandex
  • Made in the USA by Crescent Sock Company, Niota, TN

NOT JUST ANOTHER BLACK SOCK Here at Crescent Sock Co we believe in the strength of American products and American manufacturing. The Power Cushion line is 100% USA manufactured, and it always will be!

  • Product Dimensions: 11.42 x 7.01 x 4.21 inches
  • Item model number: POWER-WHB
  • Date First Available: October 28, 2015
  • ASIN: B0179VVSQ2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #246,721 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
    • #70932 in Men's Shops
    • #1156 in Men's Athletic Socks

    Thank the powers that be - I have found the CUSHIONED COSTCO SOCKS that had vanished from their stores!

    I've seen these sold at Costco as 'Head' brand cushioned socks if I remember right, but these are just called Power Cushion and are -exactly- the same, super-padded. Mine usually last about a year or two before they start fading or getting holes, though I hike a lot (3 times a week for 1.5 hours or more).

    No sock comes close to these things. They're not 100% cotton but they breathe well yet are absorbent. They're thick and cushioned and comfortable yet they're cool enough to be worn in hot weather/hiking/etc. -- It's like they're magic socks!

    I haven't checked out if they're also distributing the white ones but I've found those last as long if not longer, perhaps a bit more durable blend, with grey on the toes/heels. They don't go well with my usual dark clothes, though.

    Please, makers of Power Cushion Performance Crew Socks, never go away! These are the only socks I ever want. :)

    This is what they say .......
    If you are not "completely satisfied " with your World’s Softest Socks®, we guarantee to replace them for up to one year from the date of purchase. Simply send laundered socks, dated sales receipt, and an explanation with your return to:
    WSS Returns
    527 E. Willson Street
    Niota, TN 37826
    The phone # they rarely answer is.... Consumer Customer Care 866-977-7625

    This is what they do ...
    Sent in seven pr of socks under their "satisfaction warranty " and when I heard nothing after a month I called and the customer service women told me they had my product but since I had returned socks in the previous two years they could do nothing for me she wanted to know if they were seconds
    and told her I did not know that they sold seconds , She then questioned me about the store where
    they were purchased and wanted to know where they had purchased the socks from and of coarse
    I have now way of knowing where the store buys their inventory. She then told me that she felt the socks were just fine for me to wear !
    If you read their posted warranty it say " completely satisfied " and they guarantee to replace them for up to a full year ! They say nothing about what condition they must be in . Mine were no longer soft and comfortable (from washing ) so I returned seven pr out of the three dozen that I purchased and now they do not want to stand behind their posted warranty ! P,S. Not a word from them and and they have kept my product to boot ! Up date finally talked to a Ms Sandra Boyd (supervisor ) she told me their power cushion socks do not have "any warranty " and the last ones they replaced came from the goodness of their hearts then she hung up on me and kept the socks I sent back to boot ! True southern Hospitality I see !

    I've looked everywhere for an exact match to my many "HEAD" branded socks from Costco (not currently stocking the black.) These are high quality, warm, and very durable. I generally go through socks very quickly and am pleased how well these last. I wear them year round but some may find them too warm in summer. I wear a size 12 shoe and find the Large size fits well and probably roomy enough to size 13-14 while my husband is a size 10 shoe and also finds them very comfortable.

    The shipping cost was a little high ($4.99) but I bought quite a few packages and was only charged a flat shipping fee making it a better value. If you know these are the socks you're looking for I'd recommend buying a few packs for the savings.

    Like many of the folks who bought these socks, I was looking for a replacement for the Head cushioned socks that used to be sold at Costco (I have both the black and the white). I was overjoyed when my research found this.
    Excellent: They are American Made. They are made by Crescent Sock Company of Niato, TN, and they should proudly state that they are American Made.

    Good: Nicely cushioned, they seem well made (although I have just been wearing them for a few days).

    Neutral: Some reviewers have said that they seem thinner. They are, but I think only on the leg portion, and that's because I think its using more lycra than the original socks.

    Bad: They run a little smaller than the original ones. Unless they end up stretching over time, the foot isn't as big as my older socks (I wear a size 12 - maybe its a compromise of the manufacturer).

    Another reviewer said that he had compared his to an unopened package - I'm guessing his was a pretty recent purchase of the older socks and that Crescent was already making them for head at that point. My old socks (which are half a decade old) are definitely thicker in the leg. I weighed them with a coarse, 2 lb scale and they look to be the same weight.

    Overall, I would recommend a buy. I will be buying more, simply because its hard to find great socks, and I have to congratulate an American Company like Crescent for making a great pair.

    Someone had mentioned that these socks were like the Costco crew cotton socks that were discontinued for sale some time ago...I purchased these based on that review....but I think these socks are a good knock off of the cotton crews once sold there. It seems to me that these are lighter in weight and thinner due to more polyester fibers...Are these bad socks?...I will review how well these ware once I've punished them of a period of time through wearing in my daily work...

    Finally, I don't see these as the same product as the Costco offered crews of the past....Maybe in fact Costco stopped carrying that product because of increased cost or quality down sizing...

    I may buy again if these give good service over all my trekking...These look, but do not feel the same cushioned like feel...I had one pair of the Costco crews left still unworn and doubled inside of each other as were packaged from the factory to compare...UMM...This is my take. Gc