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6-Pack Ankle Socks
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6-Pack Ankle Socks

Style # V_96209
MSRP*: $20.00 $10.00


Perfect for your active guy, these socks feature a breathable front and an ankle tab to protect his feet from blisters!
  • 6 pairs
  • Ankle length
  • Knit-in stripes
  • Non-skid soles up to 4T
  • Ankle tabs protect against shoes
  • 73% cotton, 23% polyester, 2% rubber, 1% elastane
  • Imported
  • Machine washable
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6-Pack Ankle Socks 4.9 5 7 7
Great quality and fit. My son loves the non skid sole and how comfy they feel. I love that they really hold up wash after wash. Will definitely keep coming back to osh kosh for his socks instead of some other brands. May 1, 2015
Great Quality Socks! These socks are great quality and long lasting. They are comfortable for my son and will be perfect for school! August 13, 2014
Awesome ankle socks! My 10 month old son wears these socks in size 12-24 months. (He has big feet.) My son usually pulls his socks off as soon as I put them on him, but he is actually willing to wear these socks. These socks do not leave marks on his ankles, and they don't fall off. I love the color combinations. These socks are soft and comfortable. April 22, 2014
Best socks for little feet My little guys are 10 month old twins, and while they are at the 50th percentile weight wise, they have pretty big feet like their Dad so I needed size 12-24 months. Since they haven't got to the age where they lean out yet, they still have the chubby baby legs and most socks garrotte their legs and leave nasty indentations that can't be comfortable (or the socks go to the point of least resistance and work their way down), so I have come to the conclusion that ankle socks are better to keep baby feet warm. These socks are by far the best I have found. They are true to size, soft, warm (like adult sport socks with fluffy insides - suggest washing them inside out at first to eliminate toe-jam :-) ), they stay on, and have a non skid (rubbery) logo on the bottom. Yep, expensive for kid socks, but they seem to be very well made and I found I spent this much purchasing several different cheaper pairs to try to find some that work - these are by far the best socks for little feet, I wish I had saved my money and just purchased these. March 21, 2014
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