The 6 Best Sock Subscriptions

The 6 Best Sock Subscriptions

How many pairs of socks do you own? Chances are, if you’re like most people, the answer to that question is more than I care to admit. Why do we have so many socks? It’s not because we wear all of them each day—most of us don’t have time for that sort of shoe rotation! Instead, socks end up accumulating in our dresser drawers and deep in the back of our sock drawers as we get new ones at holidays and birthdays from loved ones.

1) cool socks from Society Socks

Society Socks is one of my favorite sock subscription services. They offer a wide variety of socks and they’re extremely affordable (starting at $9/month). I especially love their graphic and patterned options—they also have some more formal options as well (like ones with monograms). If you’re into witty, cool socks, Society Socks is your go-to source.

2) Kulti Bootie from Tuxsocks

I wasn’t always a believer in sock subscriptions. I would rather buy socks myself. But when Tuxsocks started an amazing sock of the month club and sent me one of their custom socks, I was converted! The Kulti Bootie socks are made with high-quality materials, stay up well and look great! All at a fantastic price point. If you want to rock some cool socks as they say, you need to check out Tuxsocks’ quality subscriptions right away!

3) Funky socks from Sock it to Me

Funky socks can make your day. And if you’re a part of one of these sock subscriptions, they can also make your month (or even year). With no time to stop and pick up some new socks at big box stores, we have it covered for you. Our boxes come with 3-5 pairs of unique, creative socks that are perfect for all occasions. Just open and put them on! If you want to bring more fun into your life and into your sock drawer, check out these fun subscription boxes. They’ll keep you stocked with cool socks every month...or however often suits you best!

4) Trendy socks from Bombas

Bombas is a sock subscription service that donates one pair of socks to homeless shelters for every pair purchased. After signing up, you can choose from men’s or women’s styles in a variety of colors and patterns. Each monthly shipment comes with six pairs of socks at $10 per month, which works out to about $1 per pair. The packaging for Bombas is also on point—the socks come in a very nice box and wrapped with tissue paper. They also offer plans for annual sock subscriptions as well as single pairs, if you want to give someone socks or add some additional pairs to your collection on an irregular basis. If you sign up early enough, they might even include new patterns in your first box!

5) Crazy socks from Bombas

Bombas is a sock subscription service—you choose from either men’s or women’s socks and you can add and remove socks to your subscription as needed. There are 12, 8, or 4 pair options for women; for men, there are 8 or 4 pair options. When you sign up for Bombas, you fill out a survey about what kind of socks you like to wear and then receive a starter pack with three pairs of socks based on your preference. After that, your first delivery comes in about two weeks—it depends on when your survey is processed. If your preferences change at any point during your membership (because life happens), you can update those preferences in the app (or online) so that future shipments are more tailored to you.

6) Casual, comfortable socks from Darn Tough

If you’re looking for a gift that will really be appreciated and worn, consider giving someone socks. There are tons of great brands out there, but if you’re looking for an easy to buy, thoughtful gift that won’t break your bank account, we love Darn Tough. They have a variety of different sock types for men and women in various styles. In addition to excellent quality and lasting wear (we’ve been wearing ours for years), Darn Tough offers a lifetime guarantee on their socks - so it’s safe to say they truly believe in their product! Be sure to check out other fun subscription services like Coffee Bean Direct or Graze Box. Or how about making your own? Check out our DIY idea here!