Dark blue mid-calf Pima cotton dress socks with a detailed golden fish swimming from the shoe line. A fisherman, attempting the catch of his life, is embroidered on the cuff.
A fantastic catch.
Over-the-Calf length for a dressier fit. One size fits most, comfortably accommodating US men’s shoe sizes 8-13, women’s 10+.
Construction + Fit
A fine mix of 65% premium Peruvian Pima cotton, 33% Nylon, and 3% Spandex.
Using 200N knitting machines to craft socks with a fine level of detail, our socks are made exclusively of "60/2" yarn, where two fine yarns are spun into a single, stronger, yarn of high quality and durability. Added stretch molds our socks comfortably around your legs all day, with a double-wide cuff to keep socks from slouching!
Designed in-house right here in New York, and crafted to the highest quality possible in Colombia, these are socks to be proud of. We know we are!
"Ignoble End" - a Soxfords story.
One day a kindly old fisherman was sitting on a bench placed on the ice far out into the middle of a very large lake. Feeling a tug , he quickly started to reel in his line. A huge struggle ensued, and at the end of a mighty battle the fisherman proudly pulled up a large golden fish. Laying on the ice, gasping for breath, the fish started to speak: "Kind fisherman! If you would but release me I would gladly grant your every heart's desire !"
Feeling a bit peckish after sitting on the ice all day, the old man had but one thing on his mind- a nice magical golden fish dinner, preferably in a lemon butter sauce. And that is just what he asked for after he released the fish back into the water.
Enjoying his meal, the fisherman idly said to himself, "I wish I had some salt and pepper to go with this magical golden fish dinner," and looked about expectantly. But by then, of course, it was too late. The man shrugged and continued to eat his meal, heading home soon after.
You may not be able to write a compelling novella, but put on a pair of Soxfords' An Ignoble End, and feel proud in remembering that you are much more interesting than the story above!