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Seamless Socks: Best for Sensitive Children

Is Your Child Sensory-Sensitive?   

Sensory issues affect all kinds of people, kids especially. If your child hyper-fixates on random arbitrary matters or is quickly bothered by clothing fabrics, labels, tags and seams they might have sensory processing disorder. Don’t worry, we’ve got them covered. Check out our collection of seamless socks, perfect for those with sensory issues.   

Sensory processing disorder may affect one sense, like hearing, touch, or taste, or it may affect multiple senses. In this case, we’re talking about tactile defensiveness, or tactile sensitivity (hypersensitivity to touch). Children with tactile defensiveness will often avoid touching, become fearful of, or bothered by clothing fabrics, textured items, tags, seams on socks, and more.

Are mornings hectic? Does it take twice as long as it should to get your little one ready? Does your child scream and hide when it’s time to put on their socks because they’re too itchy? Too stiff? Too bumpy? Too lumpy? Too painful? Or too uncomfortable?   

While most children outgrow these sensory issues, we have a solution to make your mornings a little less stressful: seamless socks -- no seams to bug them! 

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