Vertical Stripe Black
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Vertical Stripe Black
Vertical Stripe Black

vertical stripe black

$18.00

Classic and timeless, these Vertical Stripe socks will make your feet happy and your parents proud. Featuring a black socks base and an aluminum & vegas gold vertical striped pattern running up both sides of the socks. Made in the USA with recycled cotton yarns, these socks are good for the earth and for your fashion sense. Available as a crew socks in Navy, Black, and Turquoise. As always, every pair comes packaged by a young person experiencing homelessness.

Item# 700080

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  • Seamless Toe: no more annoying bump at the tip of your toes

  • Y-Stitched Heel: better fit and no more bunching

  • No-Slip Cuff: keeps your socks where they belong

 

Material:
85% Recycled cotton
10% nylon
5% elastic

Small:
fits women's shoe 5.5-9
fits men's shoe 4-7.5

Large:
fits women's shoe 9.5+
fits men's shoe 8-14

Machine wash cold on gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Do not dry clean or iron.

Your purchase of this product gives back to job creation and empowerment.

Hippy Feet produces socks and apparel products through a model that facilitates stable and safe transitional work for young people in the Minneapolis area who are struggling to escape homelessness.

  • Seamless Toe: no more annoying bump at the tip of your toes

  • Y-Stitched Heel: better fit and no more bunching

  • No-Slip Cuff: keeps your socks where they belong

 

Material:
85% Recycled cotton
10% nylon
5% elastic

Small:
fits women's shoe 5.5-9
fits men's shoe 4-7.5

Large:
fits women's shoe 9.5+
fits men's shoe 8-14

Machine wash cold on gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Do not dry clean or iron.

Your purchase of this product gives back to job creation and empowerment.

Hippy Feet produces socks and apparel products through a model that facilitates stable and safe transitional work for young people in the Minneapolis area who are struggling to escape homelessness.