Head Back to the Future every time you get dressed in Heel Tread’s Time Machine socks. Inspired by Doc Brown’s DeLorean, they’ll send you through time if you can run at 88 mph. Part of their Hollywood Wheels collection, which includes Mad Max’s Ford Interceptor, the Ghostbusters’ ECTO-1, and Herbie the Love Bug.
Sportswear brand A-dam sells comfy hoodies, sweatpants, t-shirts, and socks embroidered with tiny characters inspired by pop culture. Our favorite is this design with Godzilla about to cool off his fire-breath with an ice cream cone. We also want the Furby, Wilson, and the twins from The Shining.
Rock ‘Em Socks pays tribute to Loki and his many variants with a playful series of officially licensed Marvel footwear. Among our favorites are Alligator Loki’s Glorious Purpose, Loki’s campaign buttons, Miss Minutes, and some fan-favorite Lokis, illustrated cartoon-style.
In honor of Black History Month, this collection of colorful socks was created by the Black Hive—AKA a vibrant group of Bombas’ black employees. Gender-neutral styles include calf-length, quarter, and ankle socks. For every pair sold, another is donated to someone in need within the black community.
A is for Awesome. B is for Bombas. C is for Colorful Comfy Cotton Calf socks. Bombas and Sesame Street teamed up for a limited-edition, 7-pair sock collection for adults to celebrate everyone’s fave PBS Muppets. With every pair sold, a pair is donated for homeless families. Here’s hoping that Oscar the Grouch gets some.
The VISION Six Impression National Parks sock collection pays homage to America’s parks, including Yellowstone, Zion, Great Smoky Mountains, Yosemite, and Grand Canyon. These performance socks are made with fibers that wick away moisture, prevent blisters, and provide moderate cushioning and compression.
Stuff some stockings with some socks this holiday season. Specifically, these hilarious grey and green ones from Blue Q, decorated with the words “I almost died but it was just a cold,” along with an assortment of skulls and skeletons to commemorate your gift recipient’s near-death experience.
Festive sock maker Odd Sox teamed up with South Park to create a series of footwear, plastered with the likes of Kyle, Stan, Cartman, Kenny, Chef, and the unforgettable Towelie. There’s also a pair inspired by the credits, and an 8-bit design. We’re hoping for Mr. Hankey, Butters, and Member Berries down the road.
Pop culture sock maker Odd Sox is offering up a capsule collection of eight designs inspired by the world of Ghostbusters. Some feature the classic “No Ghosts” logo, while others include images of Spengler, Venkman, Stantz, and Spengler. Our favorite? The Warhol-esque Ghostbusters Pop socks.
Get into the tie-dye sock trend without sacrificing comfort or quality with Bombas‘ new collection. The company’s color-splotched socks give you four looks to choose from, all featuring the company’s sock tech such as a reinforced midfoot, no-bump toe seams, and a y-stitched heel.
There is no possible way you’ll miss with a gift of any of the styles of socks Blue Q has. You’ll find something special for everyone you know with their variety of designs, which feature funny panoramic art and have no left and right sock. The art is everywhere, and it is clever.
Apparel maker Heisel specializes in 3D printed and reflective clothing. One of their coolest products are these reflective socks. It has an integrated stripe of 3M’s Scotchlite retroreflective material. It’s available with a wide or a narrow reflective stripe.
HUF and Thrasher Magazine’s early Holiday special for skaters. The Tour de Stoops collection features 90’s style tees, shirts, socks and caps as well as coach jackets, anoraks and shoes. The two brands also made a skate video to complement their collection.
If you enjoy walking around shoeless as we do at TA HQ, why not make a statement with these not-so-subtle socks? Your coworkers will either laugh out loud or roll their eyes. Both of which you may already be used to. Anyway they’re a great addition to the grab bag this year.
Skinners are almost as thin and light as socks, but they can be used as an alternative to shoes in many cases. Their soles are coated with two layers of durable and water-resistant polymer so they’re grippy and won’t wear out easily. They’re also machine-washable.