These no-show socks have more than 24,000 5-star ratings on Amazon

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There’s probably no one in all the world who actually likes the feeling of socks sliding off your heel and under your foot. It’s arguably one of the most annoying things ever.

But what are you to do? Wear socks that actually show over your sneakers? No thanks!

Fortunately, Amazon shoppers found a solution: the IDEGG Women and Men No Show Socks. These seemingly ordinary socks are a No. 1 best seller on Amazon with nearly 30,000 ratings and 4.8 out of 5 stars.

IDEGG Women and Men No Show Socks, $12.99-$14.99

Credit: Amazon

I know, looking at the socks, they don’t seem like anything special. But based on what Amazon shoppers say in the comments, these socks are legit. Lots of customers say they’re soft and comfortable and that they highly recommend them. Most importantly, of course, people rave about these Amazon no-show socks because they don’t slip off the back of their feet.

In addition to basic black, white and gray, these Amazon no-show socks come in packs of all white, all black, all gray and also some colorful options. They’re also available in three different sizes — small, medium and large — to accommodate various foot lengths.

If you finally want to put an end to the dreaded sock slippage, give these Amazon socks a try. 29,000 people can’t be wrong, right?

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