Custom non-slip socks are a great choice for patients with mobility issues or balance problems. They can prevent falls in the home or work environment by allowing users to get up and down from their chair without fear of slipping. The best grip socks are made of cotton or polyester and feature a pattern that is designed to provide traction and prevent slippage. The grip can be a pattern, line, or dot, and is usually attached to the bottom of the sock. Grip socks are available in a variety of styles and designs such as anti-slip soccer socks, trampoline socks, and cycling socks.
The following are some of the best brands that make no-show grip socks. All of these socks are comfortable, soft, and have a high-quality grip that does not slip in a variety of shoes. They are also washable, so they can be worn daily.
Unlike most brands, Feetures offers no show socks with an elastic cuff. They are a bit more expensive than other no-show socks in this roundup, but they do not slip in any of the shoes tested. They have a good selection of colors and patterns, including the ‘Super Sneaky’ design that is perfect for no-show shoes. The ‘Super Sneaky’ socks have arch support, a mesh upper and a reinforced toe.
Another brand that makes no-show socks with a high quality grip is Falke. They offer a wide range of colors and patterns, but are more expensive than most other brands in this roundup. However, they are the only pair of no-show socks that I have tested that do not slip in any of the shoes tested. Falke is a German brand and can be purchased on Amazon or through their website.
Taft has a decent selection of no-show socks that are affordable, but they do not hold up as well as the other brands tested. They have a thin fabric that is similar to a flocking material, but they are not as comfortable as Cooper & Jin or as stretchy as Sheec. They are made of cotton and have an elastic cuff that can be tight in some shoes, but not as tight as other no-show socks.
The most important thing to remember when choosing a no-slip grip sock is that it needs to be properly fitted in order to prevent slippage. The sock should fit snugly, and the grip pattern should be aligned with the sole of the foot. A sock that is not properly fitted could create a trip or slip hazard for patients, especially those with cognitive impairments. In addition, it is essential that grip socks be regularly checked by clinical staff for proper alignment. The best grip socks are designed to be machine-washable and can be dried in a cool or warm temperature. They should also be turned inside out before washing to ensure that the grip is not compromised.