Reviews for Thorlos XEOU
03/15/18 | By Kimberly S.
I’m a runner and an ICU nurse, 12 hour shifts can be brutal. I really appreciate the support and cushioning that these socks provide when I wear them at work. I wear the Experia thin cushion multi sport sock for running, love my Thorlos.
02/11/18 | By Charles W.
02/04/18 | By Scott M.
I’m only 5’7” and these socks are too short. They slide down and are not much use as compression socks.
12/17/17 | By Laurence B.
Light pressure on shelling helped reduce discomfort.
11/25/17 | By Dawn B.
Inclined to walk farther
11/10/17 | By Nancy L.
Great socks. Padding in the right places and that along with the arch support really helps my plantar fasciitis.
10/20/17 | By Sharon S.
In terms of support, these work just about as well as 15-20 mmHg sheer knee high support hose with a Thorlo walking sock over it, and the XEOU is easier to put on. The toe seam is very wide (from side to side) and tends to bunch up a bit on narrow feet. As a result, the toe is not very comfortable, and it does tend to pull back. I'd like to be able to wear plain colors of these socks with a skirt; however, the colors offered are so heavily patterned that they would clash with most skirts. Why not make them in plain colors? I'd like a little more padding in the metatarsal (ball of foot), as well. I like the fact that these can be machine washed and dried unlike the sheer support knee-highs. And yes, I'm washing and drying them inside out to keep the padding fluffy!
10/19/17 | By Russell judd D.
My legs felt very good in a way that I have not experienced before. I wear M 12 1/2 shoe and Thorlo had sent me XL. That made it relatively easy to put them on and take them off. It still provided plenty of support. My only negative is that the logo and reflectors are.not always appropriate for all occasions.
10/11/17 | By Heidi E.
Very supportive socks. I no longer have chaffing or blisters.
10/09/17 | By Ruth S.
Comfortable but tight on my proportionally large calves. Also, I am concerned that I would injure myself taking them off, so I gave them away.