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Kenneth Cole
  • 97% Polyester, 3% Spandex
  • Imported
  • Pull On closure
  • Machine Wash
  • Men's ribbed dress socks, 6 pair
  • 6 pair pack
  • Crew

Ribbed dress socks, 6 pair, 6 pair pack crew socks

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Package Dimensions: 10.85 x 6.4 x 3.6 inches
  • Item model number: RK3354M
  • Date First Available: September 1, 2016
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #409,630 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
    • #400 in Men's Dress Socks
    • #126394 in Men's Shops

    I bought these for my husband and he likes how they fit. However, they are very thin and the second pair he put on got a hole in it as soon as he put them on. I bought a 12-pack so we're going to see how the other ones fair. I will add stars if they survive. LOL!

    Update : one star removed as another pair has a hole in it. Will probably be returning these. What a shame.

    I bought 5 different brands of dress socks:
    Calvin Klein Men's 3 Pack Cotton Rich Dress Rib Socks, Black;
    Dockers Men's 5-Pack Classics Dress Flat Knit Crew Socks, Black;
    Gold Toe Men's Metropolitan Dress Sock, Black;
    Kenneth Cole Men's 6-pack Ribbed Dress Socks (Black);
    Sakkas 5599BLACK Mens Cotton Blend Ribbed Dress Socks.
    I've been randomly wearing these for about 6 months. My favorite is the Sakkas. The texture is very smooth and the fabric is a little more sheer than the others, this combination makes them very comfortable. They contour very nicely to the shape of my foot and leg and after they're on you can't really feel them. I see some complaints about the wear in the reviews. I haven't had any problems and walk a fair amount with them, but I can see where that might be a problem relative to some of the thicker, stiffer socks. The Sakkas are so comfortable, if I do have any problems I'll simply buy more.
    My next favorite are the Calvin Kleins. They're a little thicker and have a lot of the same qualities, but just not quite as good. They are almost four times the price as the Sakkas.
    The Kenneth Coles are a little thicker, but a little more stiff and scratchy.
    The Dockers are okay but they don't contour as well.
    The least favorite are the Gold Toes, they are the scratchiest and have the least contour.
    I'm ordering more Sakkas and will be donating the rest.

    These socks are of good quality, comfortable and good looking. And if you have OCD they are definitely not for you!

    The socks arrive in six pairs. Each pair contains one sock that is screened with the Kenneth Cole logo, and one without. This is where the train runs off the rails.

    For the average user this is fine. You throw the socks in a drawer, grab two and you’re on your way. For those of us with a touch of OCD, however, this is a fatal flaw.

    How does one with OCD manage these socks? They arrive from the manufacturer paired with one sock with a logo and one without. Therefore, a user can assume this is the expected pairing and that they were designed to be worn as such. So this requires the user to pair the socks after laundering.

    Then the real challenge… which sock goes on which foot? Does the logo go on the right or the left foot? Should it be inside facing (left foot) or outside facing (right foot)? Should the user alternate days? If so, should odd or even days be on the left foot? Is there a way to alternate them while maintaining symmetry and even wear?

    So maybe we are over complicating the matter. Just pair the socks as logo pairs and non-logo pairs you say? Perhaps, but this isn’t how the socks arrived from the manufacturer so one can assume that such pairing goes against the intended use. Even if we ignore that, this solution poses its own challenges. On which days does one wear the logo pairs and on which days are the non-logo pairs worn? Do we alternate days? Odd and even? How does one alternate to assure even wear among six pairs of socks in a normal five day work week? Do we require a calendar to track sock usage?

    For those individuals with OCD, THESE ARE NOT THE SOCKS FOR YOU, unless you want footwear accessories to draw you into a bottomless pit of anxiety and stress.

    I bought these socks. My therapy sessions begin later this week.

    I was really disappointed. They looked comfortable, and they fit well, but after wearing my first pair all day I got a hole at the toes in each sock.... I’m not even going to bother to call the owner because I don’t want to deal with returns… I hate doing that stuff. I’m just going to keep them and wear one pair a day and until they all have a hole in them and then I can throw them all away never again… They are made by Kenneth cole so I assumed they were of some quality

    These socks are very soft and stylish. My only issue is that the band started cutting off circulation. They are great socks but the bands can be tight at the top of the band.

    Excellent, top quality, dress socks. They fit perfectly & are very comfortable. The black is a pitch plack, not dark gray, off black, etc. I'm definitely buying these again for my husband.

    Very nice sock, lightweight, stays up but not too tight.

    Fit well and feel wonderful. These are super straight-forward socks. Can't go wrong with them.