Why more than 3,000 Amazon reviewers are obsessed with these 'no-show' socks—on sale right now

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Love the 'no socks' look? Amazon’s bestselling pair has over 3,300 reviews to back it up. (Photo: Amazon)
Love the 'no socks' look? Amazon’s bestselling pair has over 3,300 reviews to back it up. (Photo: Amazon)

The no-socks look is decidedly fashionable — just take a cue from the most stylish former president Barack Obama or Kate Middleton, plus all the men on the red carpet who evade socks to let their awesome shoes take center stage. But the sweaty feet and stinky shoes that come with the look aren’t so hot. That’s why over 3,300 Amazon shoppers love these PEDS no-show socks — now discounted at Amazon’s Big Style Sale from $13 down to just $9 (a pack of six makes them less than $2 a pair).

PEDS, well known for their mini foot coverings, are available in three sizes and come in six-packs of black, beige or a combination of the two. Made from stretchy microfiber for a super-soft feel, they feature a gel tab at the heel to make sure they stay in place. The key to these no-show socks is that they’re thin, making them comfortable and easy to wear with your existing footwear, from sneakers to flats.

Who needs Prime Day when you’ve got Amazon’s Big Style Sale to treat your feet? Keep scrolling to see why shoppers can’t get enough.

PEDS Women’s Ultra Low Microfiber Liner with Gel Tab (Photo: Amazon)
PEDS Women’s Ultra Low Microfiber Liner with Gel Tab (Photo: Amazon)

Stays put

“The absolute best low-cut socks I've ever had,” writes a reviewer who says they are “only buying this brand from now on.” Putting them to the test, they outperform other no-show socks. “I used to purchase some different brands that had gel on the heel, but they never quite had enough of it and always slipped off of my feet into my shoe. I’ve had this PEDS brand since mid April and am 100 percent happy with them. Not once, honestly, have they slipped into my shoe, ripped or lost elasticity. I wear these things a lot/walk and bike as my means of transportation, and they are so reliable, comfortable, breathable and durable. Would purchase again!”

PEDS Women’s Ultra Low Microfiber Liner with Gel Tab (Photo: Amazon)
PEDS Women’s Ultra Low Microfiber Liner with Gel Tab (Photo: Amazon)

Breathable

“These are exactly what I needed to wear with my slip-on sneakers, and for my gym sneakers that supposedly don't require socks,” writes a five-star reviewer who says that even exercising in the socks keeps your feet dry. “I think the quality is very nice so far. I have worn them once to the gym, in the aforementioned gym sneakers, and once in my leather slip-on sneakers. They really are great for this.”

PEDS Women’s Ultra Low Microfiber Liner with Gel Tab (Photo: Amazon)
PEDS Women’s Ultra Low Microfiber Liner with Gel Tab (Photo: Amazon)

Perfect for all shoes

“Exactly as advertised, but BETTER! Breathable and soft. The gel on the heel is perfect. They stay put and are perfectly hidden when wearing my Sperrys,” writes a shopper who calls them “the best socks I have purchased.” 

Another agrees, putting them to the test in a different type of shoe: “I wore a shoe that kind of slips up and down on my heel due to a bad fit in the heel area. The back of the PEDS stayed in place perfectly,” says the fan. “You never even notice the little gel tab in the back but it sure does work.”

Shop it: PEDS Women’s Ultra Low Microfiber Liner with Gel Tab, $9 (was $13), amazon.com


More incredible style deals from the Amazon Big Style Sale below:

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