Plant Powered Crew Socks
Britt Hurley |
Use these socks to remind yourself to eat healthy and exercise regularly! These veggies know how to stay active and still have fun - find a buddy! Find the cauliflower to your broccoli and take care of your body in whatever way brings you the most joy.
Sizing & More
Made in S. Korea.
Our combed cotton threads are certified by OEKO-TEX® Standard 100, which means we leave out harmful chemicals to keep your skin safe and happy.
Approximately fits women's shoe size 5-10, men's shoe size 3.5-8.5.
57% cotton, 40% polyester, 3% elastane exclusive of elastic
Stay Up Power
Unbeatable all-day stay up power.
Reinforced 2-ply heel and toe for durability.
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Loved the socks! Perfect gift for my Mother-In-Law.
I love these socks! There's just something about anthropomorphized food that I can't resist, at least not when the design involves vegetables that are both adorable and athletic. I never buy yellow, because it doesn't flatter my skin, but I had to make an exception for these guys!
I try to have colorful - and therefore high in vitamins, tasty, and attractive - veggies every day, and work hard in water-exercise classes three times a week, so, more than reminders, the Plant-Powered gang feel like support for my healthy choices - and my feet, too!
Just one quibble: "Plant powered" should be written (as in my previous paragraph) with a hyphen in it, as it is made up of two words forming one compound adjective. Readers can grasp such adjectives so much more quickly when they're joined by a hyphen. All too often, one sees products with labels such as: "Fat free yogurt." Is the yogurt fatty and available free of charge? Or is the food free of fat and therefore "fat-free"?! Yes, most people know it's the latter, but the lack of a hyphen still causes an unnecessary slowdown for the reader, even if it's an unconscious slowdown. The grammar police have spoken! :-D