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Knee High No Show Socks- 12 Pairs Case of 12

Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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Good socks

11/8/2014 by Natasha

I really like my socks and they are very convenient and they fit my size 8 feet but the only problem I have with them is that the part that goes over the calf is to tight on me.


works well with really long pants

11/3/2014 by Lisa

These are really unique and when standing, no one could tell that I had socks on. When I sat down, it was more obvious and then they didn't look as good


Too bad!

4/21/2014 by Marcy

I loved the idea of this product. Unfortunately even with my thin, athletic legs the top of the sock was way too tight. Had to return...I did get excellent customer service.


Neat idea

4/20/2014 by Susan

I wore these with dress pants that were NOT skinny legs. If you do that, expect the socks to be noticed on the sides and in the back when you sick down, or cross your legs. I, on the other hand, did not mind that. These really are made to be worn with skinny leg pants, and I think they will be noticed, regardless. The socks are thick, like a regular sock. I do wish they were just a little thinner, but they are nice quality. What I would prefer is that they were made in America, and not China. Won't purchase again just for that reason alone.


Good idea

4/15/2014 by Kay

Really good idea, I really wanted to like these...but when you sit down, the back of the sock shows, thus defeating the idea of the "no sock" look. They are fine standing up, so maybe for certain events or times that you won't be sitting, they'd be great - like at a movie or at a restaurant. They are comfortable and warm, I'll find times to enjoy these knee highs.



4/15/2014 by marsha

This is a WONDERFUL idea. The sock part fits well...but I am a "big" girl and they are more calf hi rather than knee hi's on me. I would suggest two improvements to make them a "five grommet" item. 1. either put the key logo on the bottom or further down on the foot it is high enough to show! 2. Make the socks from a bit thinner stretcthier material (like bamboo which is warm and thinner and stretchier) These were more like and old Grandma/Grandpa stocking except for the cut out which again is just as described.


not great

6/20/2016 by carmen

still shows more "sock" than I'd like. Would be better if calves were available as compression socks


Not Happy

1/8/2016 by Cynthia

The delivery process was not good at all. The socks arrived late even with plenty of lead time and the packaging was mutilated.The socks arrived barely in the mailing bag, filthy and in total unacceptable condition for gifting. Not happy.



5/3/2015 by Suzanne

The idea is good so I bought them but if you have wide feet they won't fit. Unfortunately I have a WW foot. I got the big size (I think there were 2 sizes) but there just wasn't enough material to do it. It's too bad. I hate wearing shoes with no socks. I'm going to give it to my cousin who has small feet.


Just OK>

10/19/2014 by Nancy

They're fine when standing, not so much when sitting.

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The Keysocks Story

Keysocks - No Show Socks

Hidden comfort

Sometimes flats and heels just don’t look right with socks. But, going sock free can result in cold feet and blisters. That’s why Shelby Mckee created Keysocks—no show knee highs that give you the look you want without sacrificing warmth or comfort.

The idea for Keysocks was born on a fall Sunday in 2009. Shelby had tickets to a football game and wanted to wear flats, but brisk temperatures threatened to cramp her style. Then, in a moment of sheer genius, she grabbed some scissors and cut holes in a pair of her husband’s dress socks. Many prototypes later, she launched Keysocks.

Unlike flimsy
peds that slip and get scrunched up under foot, Keysocks stay comfortably in place hidden from view under any full-length pants or jeans. To wear, just pull Keysocks over your calf first, and position over your toes accordingly. Nobody would ever guess your feet were covered from knee to toe. Read More Read Less