If your socks aren’t starting conversations, they aren’t working hard enough for you. These sets of slim and comfortable two-tone foot-warmers come in two different dialogue-initiating patterns. One is printed with legendary moments in the history of Rock & Roll: November 21, 1955, the day Elvis signed to RCA; February 7, 1964, the day the Beatles landed in America (two days ahead of their Ed Sullivan performance); and July 20, 1965, when Bob Dylan released “Like a Rolling Stone.” The other comes with the word green printed in three different languages—French, Italian, and Japanese.
How it Works
Made of 100% cotton, these everyday dress socks will usher your feet around in comfort and class, like mini tour buses for your feet.
How to Use
A cold wash and a hang-dry are in order if you want these cotton socks—and their lettering—to maintain their shape and feel.