Loc: New Hampshire
How many times do you think it's no longer a good return on your money to wash your socks?<br><br>I mean think of the water, soap, and electrical costs of washing socks, when you can get 6 pairs for $1.50 at Walmart.<br><br>I think we should all wash our socks no more than 8 times and then toss em and get a new pair.<br><br><br>
I buy only "Gold Toe" socks - not cheap $4.50 a pair. So I only trash them when they no longer stay up so to speak.<br><br>Your right though - K-faarts socks are real cheap you could almost just toss them after a few wears.<br><br>
What are these gold toe socks carp?<br>where can we check them out?<br><br>You find them at "Maceys" well here they carry them.<br>Gold Toe Brand, best quality socks I have found. The toe part of the socks have their signature, gold colored weave. I found they last the longest.<br><br>Next up;<br>Would be "Burllinton" they cost alittle more then Gold Toe but I found that the cotton and wool socks shrink kinda funny and the elastic band to hold them up get weak sooner.<br><br>
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