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Black with Red Pin Dot Ribbed Cotton Sock Linked Toe OTC



Dapper Classics socks are expertly knitted in North Carolina at a third-generation mill. Every sock is made with style and comfort in mind, guaranteeing that you look and feel your best. Our dot socks are an understated way to add flair to your footwear.

The Dapper Classics philosophy is simple: “Dapper is in the Details.” Those details include material that is breathable in every season, a design that ensures your socks stay up, and a linked-toe for a smooth fit and added durability.

Made In USA
Over-The-Calf Fit
200 Needle Count
Linked Toe

70% Mercerized Cotton
29% Nylon
1% Spandex

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4.8 Based on 5 Reviews
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Doug D.
United States United States
My only Sock!

Love these socks! Lightweight and comfortable, and they NEVER slip down! These are the only sock and color I purchase, so I never have to match them after the wash.

James H.
United States United States
Great Socks

Great. Nice fit. Well made.

Carter H.
United States
Great Socks!

Great socks that are holding up well! Hard to find true OTC socks that stay up, but these do!

Tommaso B.
United States

Good socks.

Darryl H.
United States
Over-the-calf Socks are Great!

I rarely write reviews of products, but I recently purchased some over-the-calf socks and feel very good about speaking up about them. As I guy who has dressed up all his life for church, work, school events, etc., I have spent too much energy pulling up dress socks. I have purchased pair after pair of dress socks that end up around my ankles many times throughout a day. I am happy to say, the Dapper socks stay up. They are comfortable and remain in place. I'm delighted with them. If you currently have a drawer full of weak socks, try one pair of these. You will not be disappointed.

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