"Sumo Sized"


Sumo Wrestler Grey Pima Cotton Socks

Grow Up, Not Old.


Two embroidered Sumo wrestlers take to the mat on this pair of grey Pima cotton socks. The fanciful design is balanced by the monotone color scheme, putting feet in fighting shape wherever they go. 

One size fits most, comfortably accommodating US men’s shoe sizes 8-14, 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!

Read On...

-Sumo Sized-

Airplanes. Bathtubs. Compact sedans.
Elevators. Roller coasters. Tiny soda cans.
Subways. Buses. Hide and seek.
Movie theaters. Parachuting. Working out obliques.
Tap dancing. Kayaking. Men’s fitness mags.
Bungie jumping. Figure skating. Narrow sleeping bags.
Driving, flying, dance, stand, or sit,
The Sumo walks a world that just doesn’t fit.

Stand out in a pair of our “Sumo Sized” socks, and remember - not fitting in can make you larger than life!

Life's too short to be ordinary. We're obsessed with making sure our socks are the best-looking, and best-wearing around. Soxfords socks are crafted out of the finest Peruvian Pima cotton, with extra stretch added for comfort. We hope you, and your feet, enjoy!

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