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Don't Forget This Accessory This Fourth of July


With Fourth of July just around the corner, it’s time to finalize your party checklist. You’ve planned the menu and enlisted friends for salads and sweets. The grill is clean, the lawn is mowed and the kids are on decorations. Once you buy ice and beverages, you’re all set, right?

There’s one thing you may have missed, and it’s a must-have for any guy — a sock membership to celebrate your feet. Here are the top five reasons to remember great socks on America’s birthday and beyond:

1. You Love Cool Socks for Men

Everyone needs socks, but what’s more fun that having a bunch of pairs you actually want? Cool socks for men — think patterned and graphic options — make statements that say, “Hey, world! This is me.”


2. Comfort and Style Are Important to You

Whether you’re on your feet all day or just relaxing in the backyard, you want to wear comfortable socks and look good while you’re doing it. A monthly sock delivery helps you do both.

3. Sock Membership Means Value and Convenience

You know the value of a dollar and a great deal when you see it. A sock club is a cost-effective way to have to have quality and fun delivered right to your door without regular visits to the department store hosiery aisle.

4. Impressive Socks Start Conversations

When you don polka dots and quirky prints at your holiday barbecue, you’ll hear, “Wow! Where’d you get those socks?” Be the guy who’s known for great parties, unique accessories and awesome conversation.

5. Sign-Up Is Quick and Easy

In just a few minutes, you can sign up for sock deliveries that keep your feet happy in any season. All you need to get started are your sock size, design preferences and a payment method.

Add sizzle and style to your Fourth of July festivities. Try a monthly sock membership and treat yourself to a one-of-a kind surprise that cools off your summer and lasts all year long.

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