2-pack cotton trouser socks by Comfort Choice®

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These plus size socks are great for moisture control, friction reduction and reducing swelling.

  • trouser sock keep legs warm or can be folded down
  • extra-wide, super-stretch fabric is non-binding and moves with you
  • basic toe seam, 2 pair per pack
  • soft, washable cotton/nylon/spandex
  • USA

Women’s socks in sizes: 1X(sock size 9-11), 2X(sock size 10-13)

The Comfort Factor
For more than 100 years, we have produced and perfected our comfortable fit innovations. From the soft, smooth materials to the easy silhouettes that are comfy and attractive on every body type, we know you will love how you look and feel in our designs.

What Customers Love
Customers rave that these socks never slide down nor do they bind or create indentions on legs. They are great for swollen legs.

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I would NOTbuy this item again
I am very sorry I ordered them I did not return them because it would cost me more to return them
March 2, 2018
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Nice soxs
The material was nice. I liked the length but the material could have been a little thicker.
January 14, 2018
Detroit, Michigan
January 8, 2018
Rockford, Illinois
Good socks.
These are less trouser socks and more cuff anklets that don't have to be turned down. They are traditional cotton socks, that are on the thin side so as to fit inside dress shoes. Nice socks, but I find the same or similar for less other places.
January 2, 2018
Sanford, Maine
These socks are the best .Comfortable and a good fit .
Everyday..for warmth and comfort .
December 30, 2017
Wooster Ohio
I'll buy more
Previously purchased gray, this time got navy to go with a pair of navy slacks. They are comfortable, not-binding, they stay up, are thick enough to be warm, but not so thick as to cause issue with shoes not fitting over them. In short, I'll be buying these again.
December 29, 2017
Portland, OR
Not knee high
These are OK as crew socks. The ribbing above the foot has somewhat tight elastic. They don't come up to my knee. They are not silky textured like most trouser socks I have purchased in the past. So the description needs to be changed.
December 28, 2017
hoped for more
was looking for a black sock that wasn't tight fitting or binding to wear under booties or higher boots. they don't come up very far on the calf. fabric isn't very soft. just so so....
December 27, 2017
Not thrilled
In the past I had bought several of the two pack of socks and thought these were the same. The others I had bought previously were wonderful. These were completely different and fit totally different. Will never buy them again.
December 19, 2017
Not tall enough for trouser socks and the calves weren't wide enough
November 25, 2017
Boston, MA