These things always sell out pretty easily. But they fail my main test for socks. I need most of my socks to be really similar to make folding and matching easy. I’ve got two types of socks in my life and I actually like it that way.
@dave I agree with melonscoop. My biggest problem is the ones that are sort of alike, especially when I am checking in the dark of the morning.
I also agree with trying a mismatched pair of these. It will be obvious that you did it on purpose and it will start a new trend. When someone points our they are different, you will also be able to use the old joke from my childhood many years ago-“That’s funny, I have another pair just like these in the drawer.”
dammit meh! how did you know skulls are my only weakness. (with the exception of blondes, brunettes, redheads, black hair… bah… women in general. and vodka. and watches. you know what? fuck you. don’t judge me!)
@andyw Don’t be a chicken. They’re only socks. They aren’t that sparkly green bow tie that you bought at Ross while drunk shopping on Black Friday and now don’t have the nerve to try to return.
I work in INSURANCE and I wear socks like these all the time now. Once I started wearing cool socks (3 pairs of AND1 for $5 at Walmart, of all places), I got hooked. You can buy these cheap and then, just like with cocaine, you’ll start buying more expensive pairs and never stop BECAUSE YOU’RE A SOCK ADDICT AND YOU’LL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN.
I have black socks, and I have white socks. Each color is from the same brand, and I don’t bother to pair them up, I just put them in my drawer. I don’t like to think about my socks, I just want to put them on my feet and go. Makes laundry easy, at least.
Meh. Please stop selling these socks. Every time you have these as your deal I have to buy two sets. I’m going to go broke because of you. But seriously, I keep buying these socks because they’re so freaking comfortable. If you’re looking for comfy socks with style, then these are a great buy.