Kirkland Signature 6-Pack Crew Socks Review

This piece is a part of our Great White Sock Review, which runs down all the different white cotton socks we could get our hands on.

Kirkland took home the top value spot in our t-shirt review and they come close to doing the same in socks.

By The Numbers

  • Fabric: 64% cotton, 32% polyester, 3% nylon, 1% spandex
  • Made in: USA
  • Postwash Fabric Density: 2.13g/LI
  • Postwash Total Weight: 49g
  • Postwash Measurements (inches):
    • Length: 16
    • Width: 3.5
    • Toe Stitch: 3.5
  • Shrinkage: 5.15%
  • Weight Loss: 2%
  • Stretch: 31.25%
  • Recovery: 6.25%
  • Price Per Pair: $3.46
  • Available for $20.77 at Amazon


Snug and secure, the Kirkland sock locks you in a little tight across the midfoot but it is an impressively designed pattern. The toe seam is dead on in the right spot.


Heavy but not bulky, the cotton/poly fabric has a good weight and feels more sophisticated than a sock that costs $3.50 a pair. There’s also a slight variation in the knit pattern along the inside of the sock that seems to provide extra breathability.


Solid solid solid. Kirkland doesn’t knock it out of the park but they never miss, you can rely on this as much as a slice of Costco pizza to have exactly 9.36 pepperonis on it.


It’s a great sock, and if you don’t want to go out of your way while picking up a two years supply of dishwasher detergent, it’s a perfectly serviceable alternative to our value pick on the Gold Toes.