Best. Fit. Ever.

Slipping in your loafers?

Extra-thick no-show Skinnys will tighten up your step, invisibly and blister-free.

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Shoes come in standard sizes, but feet don't

Footwear that leaves an "air gap" around your heels can rub, pop off, and cause blisters.

That's why we developed extra-thick Skinnys with GripWrap™.

Skinnys Padded No-Shows

Our Secret: 3x-padded heel counters with gel GripWraps™ + either a cuffed or spandex ankle band.

(Kiss those blisters goodbye.)

Of course, we started with premium hosiery thread, wove it into an extra-low-cut contour, and sewed in special stay-on features to keep these extra thick no-show socks secure and tight.

In short, Skinnys are custom-designed to both stay on your heel and keep your heel in your shoe.

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  • Photo of man's legs and feet wearing sneakers, with socks not visible

    Skinnys PERFORMANCE

    Our most padded + secure no-show socks, with a "hidden sneaker contour" and 3x-padded heel counters.

    For athletic low-tops, laced Vans, and mens dress shoes.

    Try Skinnys Performance 
  • Skinnys INVISIBLES

    Our lowest-cut no-show socks feature a "secret liner contour" and 2x-padded heel counters.

    For loafers, Sperrys, slip-on Vans, and ladies flats.

    Try Skinnys Invisibles 
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  • Photo of foot wearing a Skinnys Invisibles padded-heel sock

    Blister-free heels

    Specially constructed with a triple-thick heel counter to ensure a snug fit, right where it matters. If you've given up on slip-ons or live with daily blisters, these are for you.

  • Super-invisible contour

    We took the lowest-cut pair of no-show socks we could find... and cut ours even lower. Now you can even wear loafers with socks and leave the discomfort behind.

  • Photo showing close-up of Skinnys Invisibles sock heel-cup inside out on a man's foot, revealing padding and wrap-around gel grip

    Spandex + wraparound GripWrap™

    Sockmakers are stingy on the grips. GripWraps™ contain twice as much silicone and contour it all the way around your heel wall, so your sock (and foot) stays firmly in your shoe.

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Still not sure?

We stand by our Skinnys with a 100% Satisfaction Money Back Guarantee

If you are dissatisfied with the quality, fit, comfort, feel, or any other aspect of our socks, we will refund or replace them – no questions asked.

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