Snuggle your feet and thighs to maximum comfort
The struggle of finding allergy-free socks that won’t sag is real. This is because most high socks are made with synthetics and elastics that can cause irritation. This is why we made our latex-free, thigh-high organic socks to give you allergy-free comfort that won’t sag or ride down your leg.
Made with 100% chemical-free, GOTS-certified organic cotton fabric, these hypoallergenic socks provide over-the-knee coverage that keeps you warm during cold weather while promoting unrestricted mobility—perfect for protecting your feet, calves, and thighs from irritation and swelling.
- Soft and breathable knitted fabric
- 100% organic cotton on toe seam
- Shape-retaining socks even after numerous washes
- Chemical-free, synthetic-free fabric
- Latex-free and spandex-free garment
- Dye-free & resin-free fibers
- Irritation-free label for sensitive skin
Size & Fit
- Top to Heel Length: 26.5"
- Unisex Fit
For a continuous uncompromised allergy-free experience, we recommend hand washing your socks at less than 30°C with a mild detergent. Hang dry after washing.
Note: The “Black” variant of this product only contains gentler dyes, designed for people with sensitivities to latex, spandex, and formaldehyde. Cottonique uses a premium quality core-spun thread that encloses a high tenacity polyester filament core using 100% organic cotton cover to develop colored items. If you have allergies to bleaches, dyes or multiple chemical sensitivities, you may opt to check our Allergic Contact Dermatitis product line.
Always wanted these. I have two pair now! Will buy more….
Love these socks. They look fantastic
I have loved everything I have ever purchased from Cottonique. And when I say loved, I mean overwhelmed with gratitude that there is a company that understands what it’s like to be sensitive to EVERYTHING. I so wanted the thigh high socks to work for me. They would solve so many problems with wearing dresses and skirts to work through the winter months. I ordered 3 pairs then made the mistake of not pulling on a pair and wearing them to work as soon as they arrived. It took me a few weeks to test them and that’s when I learned that they do not stay up for me at all. Not even for 15 minutes. I learned this at work when I got out of my car and the were pooled at my ankles. It was an awkward day. It was too late to return the socks and, more importantly, I’m disappointed that they didn’t work for me.