The “I can do it” sock helps children slip on socks by themselves thanks to a small loop on each side and an animal face illustrating which way is up. Eileen Gesser created the socks for her son Harrison, who struggled to get ready in the morning. Harrison was immediately successful in putting on his socks and proudly yelled, “I can do it!”
EZ Sox are not just for children. People within various special needs communities, including children with cerebral palsy, autism, and motor skill issues; adults with arthritis, hip replacements, bad backs, and other health issues; and pregnant women, may also find that Ez Sox help make a staple daily task a little easier. EZ Sox are made with non-skid bottoms and seamless toes.
This post was originally written by Ali Mierzejewski and published by ToyBook.com. For more news, visit www.toybook.com, follow The Toy Book on Twitter, and like The Toy Book on Facebook. The Toy Book is a bimonthly trade magazine covering the toy industry, published by Adventure Publishing Group.