Sustainable Socks - New Styles
Yes, even socks can change the world.
Did you know most socks are terrible for the environment? The average pair of socks takes 50+ gallons of freshwater to create. 85% of used textiles end up as landfill waste.
Arvin Goods is redefining what makes a really good sock. They use only recycled fabrics and incorporate a clean manufacturing process that uses almost zero water to create the most stylish, comfortable basics.
These socks are designed to last. They’re all made from durable recycled cotton and polyester fabric wicks that are light enough to keep your feet fresh yet strong enough to withstand the rigors of daily wear.
Every purchase of Sustainable Socks funds the removal of 10 pieces of plastic from the ocean.
Arch Support: Every sock has Elastic Arch Support, which keeps your feet secure at all times, so you can avoid cramps and burns and just get on with your day.
- Padded Footbed: All socks are reinforced with a super soft Terry Loop Padded Footbed which cushions your feet as you walk.
- Responsibly Made: The only brand to use discarded fabric scraps to make the softest, best-fitting, most responsibly made socks in the history of socks.
One size fits all
- Made in the USA
These are worth the money. Besides being better for the environment than most materials, these are thick and comfortable socks.
I was wearing through my socks and decided to try these. Wow-they are comfortable, and stay up on my legs. Not too thick and definitely will last a long time. My feet are happy.
Nice socks but the fact that the size is not mentioned in your ad is a problem. Everyone in my family wears a size 9 or greater shoe. These socks are too small for all of us. I will give them to charity
I don't really like but did need socks, and sustainability was the real draw for me. However, they're also very comfortable (snug but not tight) and high quality, so I'm very pleased and will buy more.
To me it feels uncomfortable to have a tight elastic band around my calf, so I am not sure I am gonna wear them a lot.