I don’t wear socks much in the summer. Or I haven’t been. Don’t freak out, I’ve still been Birkenstock-bound — mostly because convenience but also because I’ve become attached—and those work with or without socks*, I won’t hear otherwise. Anyways, when I do wear loafers, I sometimes need socks because sometimes loafers are made with sandpaper despite listing other materials in the description. And if I need those socks, I can’t ride for Anonymous ism hard enough. If you don’t own a pair, treat yourself. You won’t be mad, unless it’s at your other socks for not being them. Anyways, these Coolmax High Pile Compression Loafer Socks are one of the best ways you can protect the feet without letting people know you’re protecting the feet.
(*Shoutout all the cork.)
Made in Japan with a polyester/cotton/nylon blend COOLMAX® yarn — knit into a mid-weight, high-pile compression fabric because Anonymousism cares about your comfort — they feature a ribbed opening and those little rubber stoppers at the achilles because it sucks when they slip.
I’m sure there are people that say you need to wear socks with loafers like it’s some a piece of well-known legislation—it’s not, it’s a case-by-case situation and it should be obvious when socks are required—but also non-canvas sneakers are a different thing altogether and these very much work in those too.
Available for $24.00 at Division Road