Comfy slip­per socks

Los Angeles Times - - TRAVEL - — Judi Dash

I al­ways pack slip­per socks for pad­ding around my ho­tel room. My feet get the warmth, but all of me feels the cud­dle. I came close to purring out loud when my toes bur­rowed into the plush f leece lin­ing of Pudus Slip­per Socks, cush­ion­ing me up to my calves. The outer sock is a soft stretchy acrylic knit in pat­terns that in­clude hearts, snowflakes, lum­ber­jacks, cam­ou­flage mo­tifs, and leop­ard and gi­raffe-skin looks with bright pink or pur­ple trim. Five rows of non­slip sil­i­cone grip strips pro­vide trac­tion on slick sur­faces. Pudus Slip­per Socks feel seam­less, ex­cept for a lit­tle re­in­forc­ing at the tip of the toes. For max­i­mum cov­er­age, wear the socks full-length up to about mid­calf. The socks are de­scribed as uni­sex, but the one-size adult model is re­ally meant to fit women, shoe sizes 5 to 10. They also come in a one-size ver­sion for tod­dlers and an­other for in­fants. Pudus Slip­per Socks in one-size mod­els for adults, tod­dlers or in­fants cost $25 a pair. Info: www.ilove­my­pudus .com.


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