SocknSack: An Underwear and Sock Company That Gives Back

Stephs Cheers and Jeers was provided the samples mentioned in this post in return for an unbiased review.

I have volunteered in the past at multiple different organizations that help the needy so I have seen first hand how badly donations of socks and underwear is needed. Those items are typically not donated often so supplies are very limited and people often result to wrapping their feet in t-shirts or even going without socks which is absolutely heartbreaking to me. I came across SocknSack and was instantly drawn to their mission to help ensure everyone has access to clean socks and underwear.

SocknSack offers ultra comfortable underwear that is 95% modal 5% elastane. It’s literally the SOFTEST pair of men’s underwear I have ever felt! I’m actually a little jealous! They also feature elasticized thigh bands which mean the thighs won’t roll up which a major complaint I hear from my husband. The offer underwear in 7 different designs, sizes small through XXL and start at $28.99. SocknSack also offers men’s ankle socks, they fit sizes 9.5 – 13 and feature a seamless toe and reinforced footbed for $9.99 a pair.

SockNSack also has a monthly subscription box! Their Monthly Man-bership will deliver a mystery pair of underwear and a pair of socks to your door step for $35 a month.

SocknSack sent my husband a pair of their Best Day Ever Underwear(pictured above) and Electric Blue in XL. My husband said these are the BEST pair of underwear he has EVER owned. They are incredibly comfortable and don’t bunch under his pants, they also don’t roll up while at work and stay in place all day long without adjusting. We both really like how SocknSack is dedicated to giving back to the community and for every order placed on their website they will donate the same quantity to one of the many shelters located worldwide. We really like supporting companies like this and I think what they are doing is just wonderful!

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