Since publicly professing my undying love for socks I’ve already added three new pairs to my collection. The most recent of which is a great pair of socks that also gives back to a great cause. Socks are the ultimate hygge gift and socks that also donate to charity makes them practically perfect in every way.
Sock Problems is a company committed to easing many of the world’s problems while also providing playful, quality socks. Each sock supports a specific cause. 25% or more of each purchase goes directly toward that cause.
Do you stand against racism or inequality? They’ve got socks for that. Perhaps autism or cancer is close to your heart? They’ve got socks for that. Worried about extinction or climate change? Yep, they’ve got socks for that, too, and more causes as well.
My new pair of socks is Sock Extinction Undangered. 25-50% of the purchase of each pair of Undangered socks goes to San Diego Zoo Global Wildlife Conservancy, whose charitable purpose is to save from extinction endangered species worldwide. My middle son is currently a foster dad to an orphaned elephant in Kenya, so endangered species has been part of our family discussions. The Undangered socks feature elephants as well as other animals whom we hope will not disappear into the sunset from which they are currently backlit.
The socks are lovely, meaningful, and comfortable. As with the other styles, these socks are available in men and women’s sizes.
Details matter. The socks designate L and R for left and right feet. This makes the socks more comfortable over time than randomly switching feet from time to time. The compression in the middle of the foot provides arch support and keeps the socks in place while allowing for a little extra space around the toes. Speaking of the toes — no seams! They’re lightweight enough to wear as year-round socks. As mid-calf height they provide good covered and would work with shoes or boots.
They’ve also got a sock of the month club!
They walk the walk in conscientiousness. Will you join them?
I received this pair of socks free of charge for the purpose of this review.