Jays Barely There Release Video Giving Reasons Why People Should Think Twice About Going Sockless
Jays Barely There Socks Explain Why You Should Wear Socks With Boat Shoes In A New Video
The video referred to in this press release, explaining why socks or at least no show socks should always be worn with boat shoes.
Jays Barely There has published this video on You Tube. The video introduces the animated character, Gary and describes why he should wear no show socks with his boat shoes
'Every year you see posts in forums all over the internet asking if it is acceptable to wear socks with boat shoes' explained Jo Browning, Owner of Jays Barely There Socks. 'Even if you forget that it is bad for your feet, at the end of the day wearing boat shoes with no socks is just so uncomfortable' she added.
Every summer the number of cases of athlete's foot and other fungal infections on the foot rises dramatically and this increase is attributed to not wearing socks with shoes.
Wearing no show socks under boat shoes or espadrille type shoes can not only reduce the chance of infection but also stop feet and shoes smelling so much and help shoes stay in better condition for longer.
Although not a new invention no show socks have become more popular over recent years as the trend to appear 'sockless' continues and the use of modern fibers mean that the fit and appearance of this type of sock has improved considerably.
At the end of her statement, Jo Browning concluded that although the internet is full of people claiming that they have never worn socks and never had a problem it does not mean that they won't in the future.
About Jay's Barely There Socks
Totem Trading LLC manufactures and distributes Jay's Barely There Socks. Jay's Barely There Socks are boat shoe socks with styles to suit men and women and are available for sale online and through Amazon.com.
Jay's Barely There Socks
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