I just got my "buy 6-get one pair free socks" the other day. My "stealth driver" threw them in front of my door the other day. I was home on vacation this week and neither myself or the dog heard him at the door. Anyway, you don't need a coupon to get them online. But you do have to order one single pair and the six-pack to get the free pair. The extra pair will show up in your shopping cart, you just aren't charged for them. They are 85% cotton and made by Rockport and have the UPS Logo embroidered on both sides. Twin Hill charged me 31.56 counting shipping for them. The Free Pair Offer is over at the end of this month.
I'm getting my Spring wardrobe ready. I'm going on a 7-day criuse May 10, so I am going to order two pairs of Feeder Shorts when I go back to work Monday.
They look good to me, but I haven't field tested them yet. The Twin Hills are a little cheaper than the Cintas socks. I used to buy Rockport shoes, but the last couple of pairs seemed to wear out faster. I hope their socks are better!
I have been wearing Rockport for about 15 years now.Usually get 6 months out of a pair.I usually pay around $80 for a pair of waterproof.I just found a web site called bargainoutfitters.com.Seems to be an off shot of the sportsmans guide.They have a large selection and I only paid $30 for a pair.Did an internet search and found a coupon for $10 off.That covered the shipping.The last couple of work shoes I have bought are brown and were made by Nunn Bush and have a gel sole and are comfortable. Only $49 bucks compared to the $80 Rockports I used to get and they last a little longer.
I've been "test driving" my rock ports (socks) for the last month or so and just ordered more. I really like them. They are very thick substantial socks, with embroidered emblems not glue on's. So far so good.!!!!!!!Do they appear to be decent socks??? I ordered 6 pair last spring and every sock had a hole in them after the 1st wearing. I've got 6 pairs of UPS socks that the elastic is wore out of the cuffs and are getting wore out in the toes too.
I've been wearing Cabela's brown 'guaranteed for life' socks. I just push the cuffs all the way down to the tops of my shoes. They 'look' like UPS socks, just no logo.
I am not going to pay $5+ a pair for socks that I can only wear a day or 2.