The Best Missionary Socks

5 Star Rated Products


What? Can’t even pick out your own socks? Don’t worry. We’ll pick them for you. Since I lost my suitcases upon arrival, I only had one pair of socks for about two weeks, until my lazy trainer mustered enough energy to take me shopping. I bought some cheap ole socks that barely squeezed onto my feet and were terrible. I preferred to go sockless. There are no guidelines/recommendations for what missionaries can wear as socks. If I was to go again, I would certainly take better socks and more of them and make sure to stuff some in my pockets on the airplane so I had some when my luggage got lost. The socks you get out of the country are terrible. Might as well get some nice ones now.

Orders processed Through


Gold Toe Men’s Windsor Wool

Long and Strong


Cotton Blend Ribbed Dress Socks Value Assorted 6-Pack

Packed with Value


Mens Cotton Blend Ribbed Dress Socks Value 6-Pack – Black

Same as above, just black


HUGO BOSS Men’s Boss Black 3 Pack



Calvin Klein Men’s 3 Pack Non Binding Dress Socks

Probably the Best. (Why #5 then?)

Others to Consider:

Premium Black Crew Length Toe Socks

Not for me, but I’m too old school to have my toes separated.

Carhartt Men’s Extremes Cold Weather Boot Sock

Siberia? North Pole? Here you go

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