The Toe Sock was created in 1969 by Ethel Russell. She filed a copyright for two-foot drawings which were named Mitten Toe Socks. She remains the sole inventor today despite not having exclusive rights under patent law due to its simplicity. The first pair of socks with toes was seen in the 70's and they became more mainstream in the 90's with increased manufacturing processes.
While originally worn in cold weather, today these five toe socks are more popular than ever and worn year round. This is attributed to the absorption, comfort and balance they provide. With each toe covered, feet are kept drier, cooler and comfortable. Because toes have more movement, it promotes a better feeling of balance, flexibility and circulation.
These ankle high, five toe socks feature pandas among bamboo on a red background. Produced of a blend of cotton, polyester and elastane (82%/15%/3%) with a 3/4" elastic band at the top. Besides wearing with your favorite outfit, these socks make the perfect accessory to wear with your kimono or yukata. Made in China.
Available in size: 23-25cm in length, fitting most women's shoe sizes 4 through 8.
For customer safety, we are unable to accept returns or exchanges on socks.