7 Best Non-Slip Socks For Men 2021 | The Sun UK
SOCKS have really come into their own the past several months: no longer just an essential in footwear, many are wearing socks around the home all day long.
The key? Find a pair of non-slip socks for men, which are fitted with grips at the bottom.
Non-slip socks are available in a range of styles, to suit a variety of requirements: you'll want to find a pair that keep feet toasty and let you walk on wooden or tiled floors.
Slipper socks are also in-demand: these often have a cosy lining and keep your toes warm through the cold winter months.
Non-slip socks, or those with rubber grips on the soles, have also become a popular choice for a variety of mat exercises, like yoga and Pilates, as well as sports like football, powerlifting and hiking.
Non-slip socks are also indispensable for those in care homes, or patients going into hospital for an operation.
Check out our picks to get you through all seasons below…
1. Heat Holders
- (AD) Heat Holders – Mens 2.3 TOG Slipper Socks, £9.99 at Amazon – buy here
These well-reviewed non-slip socks for men are designed to get you through the cold months in comfort and are perfect for working from home… or lounging from home.
Heat Holders are made from a heavy bulk yarn (an acrylic blend), with a brushed, super-soft interior that helps trap heat.
- (AD) CityComfort knitted slipper socks, £6.99 at Amazon – buy here
These pleasing knit slipper socks from CityComfort have a fleece lining, grippy bottoms and make a great present, for yourself or a loved one.
'I found these socks to be very comfortable, warm and perfect for winter.
'They are super fluffy on the inside and a lovely design on the outside', notes a reviewer.
- Nyamba Breathable non-slip fitness socks, £5.99 at Decathlon – buy here
Decathlon has all of your sporting clothing needs on the cheap. These grippy fitness socks are moisture-wicking and breathable. As one fan writes, they are 'such good value compared to other brands'.
- 3 Pack Gentle Grip Socks, £10 at M&S – buy here
These smart socks do workday or weekend, and you won't have to change out of them when walking around the house, either, thanks to gentle grips on the soles.
Made from a moisture-wicking, antibacterial, cotton-polyamide blend, you get three in a pack, and a choice of colourways.
'My husband loves these. They are not too tight around the ankle like some socks', writes a reviewer.
- Footnurse Gentle Grip Diabetic Socks, £9.99 for 3 at Sockshop – buy here
Not just for those with diabetes, these socks from Iomi are popular and well rated.
The breathable socks are designed to sit comfortably on the foot and leg with HoneyComb tops that won't inhibit circulation. Hand linked toes create smooth seams to minimise the risk of infection and irritation.
Choose from five colour options.
- Twist socks, £14.95 at Birkenstock – buy here
These cotton mix twist socks from Birstenstock are a super snug choice with a non-slip ABS sole.
A favourite for pacing around the house, these also work well with slippers, hiking boots, trainers, and, naturally, sandals.
- (AD) YogaAddict Yoga Pilates Full Toe Socks, £10.97 at Amazon – buy here
Ever wanted to try full toe socks, which are sort-of like gloves for the feet?
Now's your opportunity: YogaAddict's are well-rated, and versatile.
Wear when doing various exercise like yoga and martial arts, or are going into hospital for an operation.
The grips are particularly impressive and feature along the toes and foot; the anti-slip patterns mimic the foot's natural shape to provide excellent traction and balance.
The general consensus amongst reviewers is that these are a 'good' – even 'great' product, suitable for a range of sports.
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