MAST GENERAL STORE EVERYDAY CASUAL CREW
With their flat seams and perfectly-placed cushioning, Mast Store's Everyday Casual Socks are perfect for gallivanting around town or lounging about at home. The perfect combination of merino wool and stretch nylon means they keep you comfortable and dry all day long, no matter what.
Why we love it:
"I mentor a young adult with autism who has a great deal of sensitivity to seams and tags in clothing which makes it very hard to find things that make her feel comfortable. As a mother, I am always concerned about her warmth in the winter because she absolutely CANNOT tolerate the toe seams on socks so she chooses cold toes as a more comfortable option than seams. So, I bought her a pair of the MGS Casual Crews and prayed. She tried them on and started dancing around the room screaming, "My socks work! My socks work!". These socks are such a God-send for parents with children on the ASD Spectrum. It would great to send this info to any special needs advocacy group as parents are always searching for solutions like this."
— Tiffany, Mast Store Online
- Knit in USA of imported yarn
- Fabric: 41% stretch nylon, 28% merino wool, 28% recycled polyester, 3% Lycra® spandex
- Height: Crew
- Recommended Care: Machine wash & dry. Launder socks inside-out on medium cycle with cold water. Dry on low heat; remove immediately. Do not bleach.
- Guarantee: If you are not completely satisfied with your Mast Store socks, we will replace them or reimburse you for up to one year from date of purchase. Simply send a dated sales receipt along with the laundered socks, an explanation, and a replacement or reimbursement request to Mast Store.
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Q: Wondering about the sizes. There are four sizes but sizing chart only has three.
A: Hi Stan, what size are you looking for men's or women's? ? Our chart shows size Small, Medium, Large and XL. If you give us a call at 1-866-367-6278 or reply to our email with your shoe size we will be happy to help find your proper fit. Thank you and we look forward to helping you
By Stan Shipp on January 28, 2019 I hade the same question (0)