Known for their organic cotton skivvies and wardrobe essentials like t-shirts and tanks, PACT Apparel has yet to cover your hoofs, that is, until now. The California-based brand wants to "create a whole uniform for good," says Jeff Denby, Chief Creative Officer and co-founder of PACT.
So if you've got cold feet, they'll keep you warm with socks boasting their signature brightly-colored patterns. They're keeping the women's line under wraps until their launch on WearPact.com on November 17, but we have their brand new line for men (conveniently available online for $10 a pop):
Featuring designs inspired by artwork from Creative Growth, an art center that works with adult artists with developmental disabilities, the inaugural collection of socks boasts ten colorful styles. Just like their panties and basic tees, each pair is knit with a super soft organic cotton (plus, 7% nylon and 3% lycra).
The socks are produced in a Turkish factory run on wind power and, according to a PACT spokesperson, uses 46% less energy than an equivalent garment manufacturing facility. And thanks to a proprietary knitting technology, they're said to have more stretch and durability.
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