By Noreen Doll.
I know two young boys with very sensitive feet.
Every day getting shoes and socks to fit comfortably on their feet was a struggle, and it sometimes took several tries to make it work.
If you’ve ever examined a sock, you will notice that most of the time there is a seam that goes directly across the toes.
And quite often it is a very thick seam (known to us as “The Iron Bar of Death”)
which is extremely uncomfortable – especially when a shoe is pressing the seam into your toes.
Here’s the solution.
Turn the sock inside out. The right side of the sock, which is generally quite smooth, will be against your toes and is much less annoying.
This solved the problem with the two young boys, and I find I prefer to wear my own socks that way to avoid The Iron Bar of Death!