Product Type: Sock Ons baby clothes
Newest Review: ... small and flimsy. Putting them on was quite fiddly, more so than putting an actual sock on. They fitted quite snug round his foot (with h... more
Not for the larger baby...
Member Name: Numpty2009
Advantages: Certainly does the job and keeps the socks on!
Disadvantages: Extremely tight fit and look uncomfortable for anything but the smallest baby!
Sock on's should be an ingenious product. They are a pair of 'half socks' which fit over a babies normal socks in an attempt to keep them on. They are made of very thin nylon and should fit snuggly over a babies sock to solve the age old problem of missing socks. They come in all sorts of colours and can be used to coordinate with a babies outfit.
I was given a pair of sock ons as a Christmas present for my second son's first Christmas. Unlike my first child, who is a tin ribs, my youngest is destined to be a Rugby player! When I fitted a pair of sock ons on his feet they certainly did the job as the socks were definitely not falling off. Infact I am convinced that if I had left them on for too long it would have been his feet that fell off, not the socks!
The sock ons are exactly cheap either. Costing over £2.50 for a pair. Although they are a clever idea, its cheaper and less painful for the baby to just loose the odd sock here and there!
Summary: It's cheaper and less painful to loose the odd sock!
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