Alongside your regular career, you probably hold down a part-time job as a sock puller-upper. Want to quit? Lasso Socks will never fall down, thanks to their ingenious design. It means you can get on with more productive things, while your feet relax in the comfort of 200-needle quality.
– Lasso design holds your socks up without restricting blood flow
– Cotton, elastane and nylon blend offers superior comfort
– Reinforced heels and toes add to the durability
Socks that never fall down
Every pair of socks has to battle against gravity. Some give up the fight easily, resulting in chilly ankles. Meanwhile, others grip your leg so hard that they cut off the blood supply.
The Lasso Socks by Sebastian Grey are carving out a brand new niche. Instead of gripping your ankles, they have an elastic lasso that goes around your calf. You can think of it like a belt for your socks, except more comfortable. The lasso is made from soft material that stretches to the shape of your leg.
The socks themselves are made from a soft blend of odor-resistant cotton, elastane and nylon. The cotton is also mercerized for optimum softness and durability.
The heel is reinforced and it provides extra cushioning, while the hand-linked toe has no seam to irritate your foot. In addition, you get arch support for all-day comfort. The Lasso Socks have been tested for 13 months with no signs of wear. You could say that the 200-needle fabric truly stands the test of time.
There are 22 different designs you can select from. They range from low-key colors to dazzling stripes, suiting every kind of office culture.
“Our construction and design choices produced the softest, silkiest and most durable sock you will find on the market.“ — Sebastian Grey on Kickstarter
What we ❤️
Finally, socks that stay up all day. The arch support and reinforced sections are great for comfort and durability.
Sports socks with some kind of lasso would be really useful.
– Kickstarter: Until July 7th
– Pledge: $19
– Deal: Gadget Flow members get free priority shipping!
– Delivery: September 2017