Sunday, August 1, 2010

SmartKnit Kids Socks Review and Giveaway

SmartKnitKIDS Seamless Socks

I have been battling socks wars for almost 10 years now. It started with my first born. She refused to wear her socks. Being that she was my first child I had no idea why or what to do. I can't even begin to tell you the money I spent on every type of sock there was out there. I finally figured it out and had to get her seamless socks. This also happened with my second daughter. She will only wear seamless socks too.




When I was asked to do a review of SmartKnit Kids Socks I was elated! Exactly the product I have been looking for. The socks are truly seamless and soft. The "no heel" design allows the kids to put the socks on easier and they keep their little feet from outgrowing the socks so quickly. They also have high-tech fibers in the socks that keeps the moisture away so they don't have stinky feet.




I absolutely love these socks and so do my girls. My seven year old said these were the softest socks she has ever worn and she can't wait to wear them to school this year.





SmartKnit Kids Socks come in a variety of colors and sizes. They also come in ankle, crew and knee-high.





They also make SmartKnit Big Kid seamless socks!!
These socks are for bigger sensitive feet!








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Disclosure: Giveaway ends August 16th at Noon (CST) and will be chosen by random.org. The winner will be emailed. Open to US mailing addresses only.
I was provided with socks to write a review. I did not receive any other compensation. All opinions are my own.


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  1. I don't know what a "Halo Top " is; but it sounds cool!

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  3. I learned that they are having a back to school giveaway on their site!

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  5. I learned that they are made in Navy Blue and I Liked them on facebook and wrote them a comment.

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  8. I like on facebook.

    They are great socks, but there was no mention about how they help special needs kids. We did a review with these for Lucas and it was the first pair of socks that he didn't have a fit with. He can't stand to have material touch him and the seams drive him crazy! It's an amazing company!

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