Philosockphy's Sock of the Month Club: 8 Random, Fun, and Useless Facts About Socks

Philosockphy's sock of the month Club: 8 Random, Fun, and Useless Facts About Socks

We all have socks, we wear them every day, and most of us don’t even think about them. Philosockphy Sock Club aims to change that by delivering a fun and unusual collection of sock-related facts, stories, and ideas right to your door every month! For example...

1. Why socks?

In recent years socks have been seen as a fashion item. It’s what your feet do all day, why not make them look good? At Philosockphy we’re on a mission to promote sock appreciation through our monthly sock subscription service. We curate different styles from cool ankle socks to colorful crew socks. Our sock subscriptions make great gifts for men that love to have fun! They also make great stocking stuffers for Christmas!

2. Socks are such an important part of our lives

Most people don't know this but socks are an important part of our lives. They help keep our feet warm, dry, and comfortable. They also have a great effect on how we walk. They provide padding between your feet and the ground while protecting your feet from debris. And they can be used to express yourself with crazy color dress socks or cool mens socks. In fact, there is a sock subscription service that sends you new pairs every month called Philosockphy's sock of the month Club!

3. They come in so many different styles

1. There are different styles of socks for different activities. For example, soccer players wear light-cushioned socks to provide ankle support during games while football players have high-top socks to protect their calves from injury during tackles. For everyday wear, a crew sock is often preferred because they keep you warm in winter and cool in summer while protecting your feet from pressure points like seams or blisters. 2. The best sock subscription will offer a wide variety of styles so you never get bored with your new pair of socks each month! We offer everything from men's colourful ankle socks to mens funky dress socks - there is something for everyone! 3.

4. They have a powerful impact on society

It is said that socks have been around since ancient times. Records show they were being made in Egypt as early as 5000 BC. They were originally called stockings and were worn by both men and women. Originally they were made from wool or animal hair. Today they are a staple in every wardrobe - fashionable, comfy, and always there when you need them!

5. The history and story behind socks

Socks have been around for about 2,000 years. They were used as a way to keep ones feet warm. The word sock is derived from an old Norse word meaning to pull up or to wrap around. In ancient Rome, socks were worn by both sexes. They typically came in a variety of colors and patterns—reds, blues, yellows, greens. There are more than 500 different types of socks today!

6. That weird little hole at the top of your socks

A lot of people are used to seeing that little hole at the top of their socks. You know what we're talking about, right? The one where your toes poke out from behind it. It's a little weird to think about but this is actually called a toe-hole. What you may not know is that there are two different types of sock-holes: one for men and one for women. Women usually wear socks with an opening on the side (called a ladder), while men usually wear socks with an opening at the top (called a cuff). Some people find this interesting!

7. Common myths about socks

A sock is just a sock. Wrong! There are many different types of socks, with many different purposes. For example:

- Mens ankle socks are usually made from thicker cotton or wool to protect their ankles while they play sports.

- Midsized guys might prefer to wear crew socks, which are a bit longer than ankle socks but shorter than knee highs.

- Dress socks come in all sorts of colors and patterns - from stripes to polka dots to argyle - perfect for adding some flair to your outfit!

8. A list of famous people who love socks

1. President Barack Obama has his own sock brand.

2. The world record for wearing a pair of socks is over 550 days.

3. President Donald Trump wears a size 13 shoe and so does Tiger Woods who loves to wear colorful socks on the golf course.

4. Tom Brady loves wearing fun dress socks with his suits on game day which has been called sock-gate by the media because he was fined $10,000 for not following uniform guidelines in 2016 and 2017.