What are children’s socks?
As the name suggests, they are socks worn by children, but they are not worn by anyone under the age of 18, but socks worn by younger children. The socks worn by normal teenagers (less than 18 years old) are not called children’s socks, and children’s socks are only a certain range, and there is not a very standard definition.

Features of children’s socks
First: non-slip, because the baby’s center of gravity is unstable and likes to run and jump, it is easy to fall on a smooth floor, so the socks must be non-slip.
Second: Pure cotton, thick and dense, breathable and comfortable without covering the feet, because the various organs of the child’s body are growing and developing, the various functions of the body are not sound, and the ability to regulate body temperature is also poor.
Third: The size is appropriate, in line with the baby’s foot shape, and the size should be appropriate. A large size is not conducive to the activities of the baby’s feet, and a small size will affect the normal development of the baby’s feet.