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Socks for a specific size not a range

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FleshEmoji Sun 23-Oct-16 09:13:40

Does anyone know if these even exist? I'm right at the bottom end of a range, and my socks are always too big and don't stay in place.

Silverstreaks Mon 24-Oct-16 10:48:58

I've had a look for you but can't find anything. Must be frustrating.

Pestilence13610 Mon 24-Oct-16 10:58:21

Falke do two sizes
Can you buy Japenese or similar socks? Just thinking of somewhere that has generally smaller feet.

InTheDessert Mon 24-Oct-16 11:05:33

Guessing your about a size 4, how big do kids socks go?? Might you get smaller socks from the children's department??

Dulcimena Mon 24-Oct-16 11:14:12

I'm a 4.5, so I'm usually at the bottom of the range and yes, socks are usually too big and slip around or crease underfoot. As a PP has said, Falke's 35-38 size is great, and children's socks would work too and be cheaper.

WellTidy Mon 24-Oct-16 11:16:48

I'm a 3.5, and I buy my socks from the boys range at m and s. Last winter, they did really thick thermal socks in navy and in back. I bought two three-packs in each colour. I bought size 4-7 but they come up small. They tumble dry fine.

FleshEmoji Tue 25-Oct-16 05:38:24

Yes, I'm a 4.

I'll look up Falke. Children's socks are a great idea too, weird I didn't think of that as I've sometimes managed to wear children's shoes.

Thanks for tips everyone.

OhFuckOff Tue 25-Oct-16 06:42:22

I'm a 3 and always have this problem, but I don't wear trousers often I live in dresses smile

tribpot Tue 25-Oct-16 06:50:04

I knit my own socks, but that's probably not the advice you were looking for on S&B grin

I've also got some pairs of these, which are sized well (I'm a 4.5).

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