Grey Striped Socks | Black
With this amazing color combination, you can easily transition from day to night in style.
American made transcendent styles, infused with modern tech, take groovy to a whole new level. SOCCO has upgraded the classic three stripe athletic tube socks of the 1970’s and 80’s to super cushiony cotton, moisture wicking polyester and a built-in functional heel for all day comfort whether on the streets, field or court.
Full foot and leg cushioning
Moisture wicking and breathable body
Built-in functional heel
Crew- approx. 8” above ankle
Knee- approx. 11” above ankle
- 66% Cotton
- 27% Nylon
- 5% Polyester
- 2% Spandex
Proudly and solely made in the USA!
Great quality... happy I got um..
I've been meaning to buy some striped socks for a while and finally got around to doing so. I searched Google and Socco showed up on my Instagram feed as an ad after searching. Went to the profile and liked what I saw, went to the website and read some reviews, most were positive.
I'm very picky with socks, I don't like really thick socks.
These socks are super soft and just the right amount of thickness.
I wear them with my sk8-hi vans without issue. I wear redwing boots at work and they provide extra cushion in my boot as well.
I bought 2 pair initially, but will be ordering a couple more soon.
They are my favorite socks, and after being washed they still feel great. The elastic in them appears to be durable, and they don't slide down my ankles.
I've gotten compliments on my cool striped socks from Socco, they hit the 70s/80s nostalgia for me.
I got these because my regular, thinner socks weren't cutting it while roller skating and I was getting blisters on my baby toes. These poke out the top of my skates so the stripes are shown off (cute!), and are soft and thick enough to prevent blisters. I do have to loosen the lacing on my skates a tad because of the thickness but that's not a problem really, just something I noticed.
I love my socks I have many pairs in different colors already.
I would love that you make socks for children though.