Guide on how to stop socks from sliding down part 1

Types Of Socks And How To Wear Them

Guide on how to stop socks from sliding down part 1

I believe you hate it when your socks came down your calves because they would bunch on your shoes and it will be uncomfortable walking in them. That can happen when you walk a lot, and so it is just bothersome to always pull the socks back up. Also, no one really wants to see your hairy calves. Even if you shave your legs for some reason, that is still not appropriate. There is no professional setting where it is okay to wear your dress pants and have your skin showing underneath of it.

How to stop socks from sliding down, tip number 1:

The most important thing to consider is the length of your socks. If you just have socks that are slightly above the ankle or if you have some that are mid-calf, they will constantly slide down. Especially for the mid-calf, they will sit at the widest part of your calf and so the only way that they have is to go down. If you want your socks to stay up all day, you need over the calf length socks that truly sit over the calf, because that is a smaller part. Once they sit up there with the right tightness, they will not come down. Not every pair of socks that is long will automatically stay up, but if it is not over the calf, you will not even have a chance that it stays up.

How to stop socks from sliding down, tip number 2:

The second point is the elastics. Once you have an over the calf sock, you want an elastic that is quite long and quite strong. Even if you have socks that are over the calf and they have the right amount of elastic, they can still slide down if you choose them in the wrong size, especially if the size is too small.

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