Sock of the Month Club: 6 Sock Subscriptions to Keep Your Feet Fashionable

sock of the month Club: 6 Sock Subscriptions to Keep Your Feet Fashionable

If you’re the type of person who likes to go sockless most of the time, this may not be the article for you. But if your feet were made to be covered in soft cotton, wool, silk or other fine fabrics, you may be curious about the sock subscription services that have been popping up lately. What are they? How do they work? Is there such thing as too many socks? Here are six sock subscription boxes to bring some excitement to your sock drawer. You can also follow me on Facebook or Twitter!

1) Outlaw Runners

If you're looking for a unique sock subscription box, Outlaw Runners is an excellent choice. Their service ships you three pairs of hand-picked, high-quality socks on a monthly basis. You can choose from tons of different styles and sizes, but they only offer one type at a time. If you want certain types in your drawer, but not too many (or maybe even more!), you might have trouble finding something that fits your needs here. If that's not an issue for you, it's worth giving them a try! The average cost per pair with Outlaw Runners is $8 – $12/pair with free shipping if you buy as many as two pairs at once.

2) Bombas

Bombas has quickly become one of my favorite sock subscription services for several reasons. First, Bombas socks are some of most comfortable I’ve ever worn (which is especially important for those with high arches), and second, I love that they give back to such a deserving cause: keeping our homeless veterans off streets and on their feet. For every pair you buy, Bombas donates a pair to charity. If you can’t find that quite as inspiring as I do, perhaps their other cause—feeding children in need—will appeal more. Each purchase you make helps feed 25 kids! Over time, your contributions add up and have a significant impact on families in need all over the world. That makes me feel good about buying socks! Overall?

3) The Happy Toe

The Happy Toe is a men’s sock subscription service. The company focuses on keeping your feet warm and dry, offering both thick winter socks for warmth and quick-dry athletic socks for summer activities. Every pair features a padded toe-area that helps you walk around comfortably, no matter what time of year it is. They offer 3 different plans based on how many pairs you get per month; their least expensive plan is $9/month with free shipping anywhere in Canada & U.S.A, up to $17/month for 3 pairs (Canada) or 4 pairs (U.S.) delivered right to your door with free shipping as well!

4) Fetch Friday

Fetch Friday socks come in every color and pattern imaginable, so you’re sure to have an upbeat attitude when you put on a pair. Many of their designs are solid colors, but Fetch Friday also includes many fun patterns like polka dots, stripes, and camo prints. And if you get bored with your socks after a while (it happens), Fetch Friday sells additional design packs in their online store so that your feet never get worn out from seeing exactly the same thing each day. Basically, these subscriptions are good for your sock drawer and also for avoiding boredom!

5) Fair Knits

There are a lot of subscription boxes that send you fashionable clothing, but what about socks? If you’re looking for a way to spice up your sock drawer, here are six sock subscriptions. sock of the month Club will send a different pair of stylish socks every month. Fair Knits is a family-run business from Pittsburgh that was inspired by fair trade practices. You can choose between 5 styles at $9.99 per month or 10 styles at $14.99 per month. Noonday will also send you five pairs each month, but they come in an assortment so it’s like getting one new pair each week!

6) Undrest

The problem with most sock subscriptions is that they’re either so boring, or they don’t send you enough socks—which means you end up with new socks that are never worn. Undrest sends four pairs of high-quality socks every month but only ships when you need new ones; their service automatically calculates how many pairs you actually need based on how often you wear your current pair. That way, if your black dress socks are really getting worn a lot, they won’t force any excess upon you. If there aren’t any holes in your navy cashmere crew socks yet, there probably won’t be for another couple months.