Friday Sock Co. Launches Coronavirus Socks in Support of Canadian Food Banks

The socks feature toilet paper on one sock and hand sanitizer on the other and all profits will be donated to Canadian food banks.

Photograph courtesy of Friday Sock Co.

Calgary’s Friday Sock Co. is known for its mismatched (but still thematically matching) socks. The company’s popular prints include iconic pairings such as bacon on one sock and eggs on the other, as well as pairs like avocado and toast or carrots and broccoli.

Now, Friday Sock Co. has launched a new set of “Coronavirus socks,” which feature a design of toilet paper on one sock and hand sanitizer on the other. Conceived as a way to help those in need during the pandemic, the company is donating all profits from the Coronavirus socks to Canadian food banks.

The socks have only been available for a few days, but they’ve already become so popular that the company is now preparing to do a second production run. The socks come in men’s and women’s sizing and are available for pre-order. The socks can be purchased online through the Friday Sock Co. website for $16 each and will be shipped by May 4.

fridaysocks.com

Related posts

These Candles by Candle.wtf Come in an Unused Aluminum Beverage Can

Colin Gallant

Show Your Alberta Pride with One of Brouhaha Lid Co.’s Hats

Colin Gallant

Local Clothing Companies Giving Back During COVID-19

Colin Gallant

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Privacy Policy

Privacy & Cookies Policy