Bedsocks!

Having bought some bedsocks from a company called Cosyfeet on recommendation as my feet are like blocks of ice, I was pleased to receive them today.  I ordered small as I have size 4 feet.  The sizing says says 4-7.  So, they clearly fit size 7 ok.  Mine looked I had borrowed my dads old army socks and swamped me - which made me trip over.  Anyway, emailed Cosyfeet in an effort to get some sort of response from a human being at least! First email back was very abrupt and rude.  I responded to that and 2nd email landed from a Ms Corns!  Very dismissive and CBA response.  Not heard back and I don’t care.  But if you have small feet DONT buy from COSYFEET as you won’t get what you ordered and they don’t give a monkeys if you dare to question their sizing policies.  That’s it, if you go all ‘well it’s your fault’ then don't bother as it’s COSYFEET that don’t give a rats !!!!!! for their customers.  FACT.

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  • YBR
    YBR Posts: 527
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    Out of interest, how do bedsocks differ from normal socks?

  • Good question.  It must be in the wool!  Everyday socks don’t cut it hence the reason why I bought these.  I have to say my feet are still blocks of ice regardless.
  • DullGreyGuy
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    Any passive sock is only going to trap heat that your feet produce... for most of us we just lose the heat too quickly so thick woolen socks can help.  If your circulation is bad etc and your feet are cold to start with there is nothing to trap. You'd be better off looking at active heated socks (bed or otherwise) 
  • Emmia
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    edited 7 November 2022 at 7:05PM
    Personally I wear wool ski socks when it's mega cold, or the M&S thermal socks.
    Edit, these m&s ones
    https://www.marksandspencer.com/2pk-thermal-wool-blend-ankle-high-socks/p/clp60567792
  • Having bought some bedsocks from a company called Cosyfeet on recommendation as my feet are like blocks of ice, I was pleased to receive them today.  I ordered small as I have size 4 feet.  The sizing says says 4-7.  So, they clearly fit size 7 ok.  Mine looked I had borrowed my dads old army socks and swamped me - which made me trip over.  Anyway, emailed Cosyfeet in an effort to get some sort of response from a human being at least! First email back was very abrupt and rude.  I responded to that and 2nd email landed from a Ms Corns!  Very dismissive and CBA response.  Not heard back and I don’t care.  But if you have small feet DONT buy from COSYFEET as you won’t get what you ordered and they don’t give a monkeys if you dare to question their sizing policies.  That’s it, if you go all ‘well it’s your fault’ then don't bother as it’s COSYFEET that don’t give a rats !!!!!! for their customers.  FACT.
    I am surprised as I have been using this company for 15 years and never had a problem. The bed socks are fantastic, I am wondering since you claimed they were too big, did you order the extra roomy ones in error? Cosyfeet are a specialist company with shoes and socks for those who experience problems getting standard sizes.
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