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  • The Art of Socks - Fitness Edition

    · By Shayna Aigner

    I like to wear wool socks anytime I wear my hiking boots. Wool makes for a good premium sockWool regulates temperature and wool socks are still good if they get wet. My favorite hiking socks are the Performance Wool Quarter socks from Stance. I have never once gotten a blister with these so they are a staple. Plus, they are manufactured at an eco-friendly factory so you can feel good about wearing these as you appreciate nature.
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  • The Art of Socks - Casual Wear

    · By Shayna Aigner

    My go to socks for Slip-On Vans might surprise you. I have tried many no-show socks but my all-time favorite ones are the Toms Ultimate No Shows. I like that they are sustainable socks and manufactured in a sustainable factory, but the best thing about these is that THEY STAY ON, real non slip socks. They are so low cut (probably because they are meant for Toms shoes) but they still stay on really well.
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  • The Art of Sneakers - Sock Edition

    · By Shayna Aigner

    I always wear my Jordan MA2s with a black crew sock. I think it is a perfect height for a chunky hype sneaker and the black adds nice contrast. I find that wearing a white sock with these makes the light shades and textures look old and worn and not as bright white. My favorite black pair to wear with these sneakers are the BooSocki - Polite MF socks. The knit design ties back with the details on the shoe perfectly without being overwhelming (I have one shoe laced with red and the other shoe laced with blue). No creases...

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  • The Promotional Industry and Socks

    · By George Haralambous

    The sock industry is trending to be $10 billion in the US while the promotional industry is $24 billion. While most people think of socks as purely a product purchased at retail, a lot of socks make their way onto people’s feet through the Promotional Products Industry.
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  • MVP - What is our Maximum Value Partnership Program?

    · By Dylan Sorenson

    Our Maximum Value Partnership (MVP) program is focussed on building category growth with like minded, industry leading brands through full-service business strategy, design, and development. Our direct-to-factory relationship works because, well, we are the factory. We offer speed to market and time management that can’t be found in other manufacturing partners. Together with our team of knitwear experts, including a full staff of designers, developers, and business leaders, we streamline the production process, create valuable new revenue opportunities and maximize brand gross margin dollars. Here’s the breakdown:  Strategy - Our team of knit-experts develop a long term strategy that fits...

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