SmartKnitKids Seamless Sensitivity socks for kids are quickly becoming the solution for parents of children with sensory disorders (diagnosed or not). Many kids hate seams, itchy tags, and the elastic in socks. These patented socks have improved the experience many parents and children with sensory issues have when it comes to getting dressed, and staying dressed. Try these seamless sensitivity socks out and see for yourself! Many kids with autism and SPD (sensory processing disorder) will wear no other socks than SMARTKNITKIDS! These may be a life saver for you!
For boys or girls. One pair.
Black or White. Other colors sold in a separate listing.
Completely free of seams, our patented product is knit like a cocoon, starting from the toe up, providing comfort and relief to children who struggle with “bumps & lumps” in their socks.
UNIQUE NO HEEL DESIGN
“No heel” design allows children to put on socks with confidence and keeps little feet from outgrowing their socks so quickly.
“HUGS” LITTLE FEET
Stretchy Corespun and Lycra yarns result in a form-fitting design that
“hug” little feet and help eliminate wrinkling and bunching. Because socks fit snugly, they won't slip off those wiggliest little toes.
Non-binding Halo Top™ fits comfortably without slipping down the leg. Regular socks often have elastic bands at the tops of the sock that can often pinch, bind or be a source of irritation.
NO “STINKY FEET”
High-tech ﬁbers wick moisture away helping ensure a drier sock and help prevent “stinky feet”.
Knit-Rite, Inc. is a leading designer, marketer, and manufacturer of innovative textiles for medical and consumer markets. Founded in 1923, Knit-Rite remains committed to the continued research and development, manufacturing and distributing of products that deliver healthy benefits for a better quality of life.
Below are some links to resources you may find helpful if you have a child with Sensory Disorders:
Sensory Processor Disorder Foundation
The SPD Foundation ... expanding knowledge, fostering awareness and promoting recognition of Sensory Processing Disorder since 1979
This website has a lot of information, tips, and links to other resources related to sensory issues.
Featuring the book Raising a Sensory Smart Child The Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Processing Issues