Buy one give one to homeless, charity Bamboo Gay, Rainbow, LGBTQ, Socks
Buy one give one to homeless, charity Bamboo Gay, Rainbow, LGBTQ, Socks (4487543586904)

four pack bundle LGBTQ - combo office bamboo socks

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These awesome funky cotton socks will keep your feet warm, and someone else's. With each pair sold, one pair of thick, antibacterial socks is given to a homeless person. Homeless shelters frequently request socks not just in winter, but at all times of the year. So, the most suitable sock is manufactured to give away.
These bamboo socks are super soft, being good both for the wearer and the environment. Bamboo fibre is naturally antibacterial and moisture wicking, which means your feet will be kept healthy and cool. Bamboo is 100% biodegradable and the fastest growing plant on our planet. If that wasn't enough, It requires 10% less landmass to grow than cotton! 

Office Combo

For sure, not everyone can wear bold socks to work. These Office Combo range allows you to stand out for causes that matter to you when you take your shoes off. However, you can keep the formal look intact with the black upper parts.

About socks given to homeless people

Following extensive research and close work with the community, key factors became apparent about the type of socks required. Typically, homeless people do not have access to a fresh pair of socks every day, therefore the socks need to be hard-wearing. That's also why they are black, to show less wear, thick cotton was used for the warmth and last but not least, reinforcing the heel & toe parts to give better comfort and durability.


Sock Features

- Seamless Toe Closure, no rubbing ridge!

- Reinforced heel & toe for durability and comfort

- Ethically sourced (BSCI and Sedex audited)

- 78% Bamboo, 20% Polyamide, 2% Elastane

The four pack bundle LGBTQ - combo office bamboo socks was made with people like you in mind. Something to keep you happy. Every. Single. Day.

Inventory Last Updated: Sep 28, 2021