Review: EZ Sox make dressing easier

A few weeks ago, two pairs of EZ Sox were delivered to me for this review. I thought my three-year-old daughter had putting on her socks down. She would struggle for a while but eventually get them on. Then I handed her a pair of EZ Sox and showed her how to use the tabs to pull them up. Now, they are the only socks she wants to wear.

The EZ Sox are designed to teach children ages 2 to 5 how to put on their own socks. They make great gifts for toddlers and children with special needs who want to dress themselves. The EZ Sox were created by Eileen and Ronnie Gesser who were tired of watching their son struggle to dress himself. They developed the design and then tested it at physical and occupational children’s therapy centers throughout New York. The Gressers incorporated the learning concept with fun graphics. My daughter is using a frog pair and a pig pair. They also come in shapes such as a cat, bunny, t-rex, penguin, teddy bear and even solid colors.

EZ Sox have been endorsed by “The Doctors,” “Parenting Magazine,” “Raising a Sensory Smart Child” author Lindsey Biel and “Mommy and Me” founder and child development specialist Dr. Cindy Nurik.

EZ Sox are available through the EZ Sox website for $4.99 per pair plus shipping and are also sold in 30 boutique stores throughout North America and at Buy Buy Baby, which now has a number of locations through the United States.

EZ Sox have made mornings at our house so much smoother. My daughter is excited to put on her socks and is proud of being able to do it herself. I have to order more, because with only two pairs, I’m constantly washing her socks!

And now, the fine print. I was give two pairs of EZ Sox for this review but the views and opinions expressed here are my own.

Courtney Lawless

Courtney is the traveling mom! She has 3 girls and is the founder of Detroit Mommies and currently lives in Florida. You can follow her on Twitter @courtneyRVL.

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