By newnelly from Ohio
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I have done this for years. I like the smoother side next to my feet. Also if anyone wears cotton socks, turn them inside once in a while to check for lint. Those lint balls can irritate.
I had to wear an ortho boot for six weeks and my foot was so tender that the tube sock hurt-so I turned it inside-out and - yea! I didn't hurt. Great idea.
It is also a good practice for people who need seamless socks, such as diabetics. The toe seam doesn't rub on the foot and cause problems. It helps prevent build up of corns and callouses.
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