Size and Care
|Sock Size||US Men's
Care: Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low. No bleach or fabric softeners. For best results, wash socks inside out.
Frequently Asked Questions about Sizing & Care
Our socks are designed to be with you for a long time (see our lifetime guarantee), so it’s important to size yours correctly and care for them well. To help you find your perfect fit, we’ve put together some frequently asked questions about sock sizing and care.
What is the fit of your socks like?
Our socks are engineered to conform to your foot with a custom-like fit. All Feetures socks have some level of compression for comfort and support. This means that they should be snug, but not overly tight. If you are between shoes sizes, it’s best to size up.
What is the thickness of your socks like?
Our socks are designed to fit lightly without making your feet bulky in your shoes. You can choose your level of cushion, with options ranging from ultra light to max cushion. In our cushioned socks, the high density cushioning provides extra protection in high impact areas while taking up as little room as possible.
Is there a left sock and a right sock?
All of our socks except the high performance line are designed specifically for your left or right foot. This helps achieve our custom-like fit, which keeps them from slipping down and prevents blisters. Don’t worry – they’re labeled with “L” and “R,” so you’ll always know which is which.
Do the relief and recovery socks hurt to wear?
While our relief and recovery socks should be snug to promote blood flow and reduce swelling, wearing them should never be painful. If you find that any of our relief and recovery socks hurt to wear, it most likely means that you need to size up or that the level of compression is too high for your needs.
How should I care for my Feetures socks?
To keep your Feetures socks in top shape, we recommend that you turn them inside out before washing. Wash them on a gentle cycle in cold or warm water with a mild soap, avoiding bleach and fabric softeners. Some socks can be tumble dried on low (see specific product instructions). For best results, hang or lay flat to dry.