Feb 272007

Feet always cold? Can’t wear wool?

Try bamboo socks. Thin and soft like cotton, yet somehow the feet still don’t get cold.

It works for me. BTW, I buy them at Target.

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  8 Responses to “WFMW: Bamboo Knee Socks”

  1. I just bought some for my husband. I asked him how he liked them but he hadn’t worn them yet! I really needed a better review! Thanks! My feet get very cold in boots, I will steal his socks 😉

  2. My husband would probably appreciate me getting some of these. I really get “ice toes” as we call them at night and like to warm them up by touching them to my husband’s warm legs. Maybe these would be better.

  3. I need to get some for my husband too. He won’t wear dress socks because he’s never had any that aren’t icky acrylic.

    Bamboo also comes in nice colors and patterns. Thanks for coming by! 🙂

  4. Oh, Hubbers would like that! He insists upon wool socks and this might work out well for him. Thanks for the tip!

    My WFMW is about food, but not in the traditional way. Come on over!

  5. I will have to check out these socks! I’ve never heard of such a thing. My feet are like marble at night, (my husband’s words) and NO he won’t let me put them on his legs. I guess that’s what happens after 20+ years of marriage!

  6. I’ll keep my eye out for some here — they sound like they’d be right up my alley!

  7. I’ve noticed that Wally World has had a lot of bamboo items lately. They had some cute T shirts and Tank tops (that were long enough to be modest) when I was there on Wednesday. They weren’t overly expensive either-like $7 or $9 dollars (I would expect something being sold as “eco-friendly” to carry a correspondingly higher price tag)

    BTW, anyone know, does bamboo shrink or anything? I was wondering that when I looked at the T shirts. I’d hate to buy one and have it shrink too snug.

  8. Hmm…I wonder why the shirts at Walmart weren’t “overly expensive.”

    Sorry, I just couldn’t resist. (Rebecca, if you need to delete this, go ahead!)

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