Socks are a long standing staple in stockings and under the tree. A simple buy that is guaranteed to go down well, the humble sock offers a wide variety that is sure to please even the most discerning family member. We've done a round up of the best socks we have to offer at Number Six, giving a little more detail to each pair, to help you decide which one to get your nearest and dearest.
Pendleton National Park Crew Sock (Glacier)
The ペンドルトン National Park series stretches across the entire Pendleton range. Each design is created to represent one of the American National Parks, with the sales from each contributing a sum to the preservation of American green space. Comfortable and caring these socks are a perfect buy for those who enjoy a Christmas gesture.
Ayame Basket Lunch Sock (Navy)Ayame Socks produce bright socks with lots of texture. Made and designed in Japan each sock is knitted into a three dimensional sock with layers of colour. With such technical construction, loud colours and interesting designs we reckon that these are fitting for the show off of the family, giving them one more thing to show off.
Anonymous Ism Marled Sock (Red)
The アノニマスイズム Marled Sock in festive red is a sure winner for all. Cosy, durable and Japanese are just three of the amazing qualities these socks have. These socks may not induce tears or screams when opened but are sure to keep a smile on the face of anyone all christmas once they put them on.
Barbour Kendal Sock (Navy)
Very much a sock for the classic gentleman the Kendal Sock from バーバー is exactly what you'd expect. The thick socks provide comfort and quality in timeless style. Sometimes it is the simple things that make for the best gifts, we think that is true in this case.
Democratique Socks x Mark McNairy Socks (Camo Dots)
A collaboration between the Danish sock makers and Mark McNairy, the Camo Dot sock is a statement in itself. The sock holds the staple of any streetwear classic, camo, polkadots and a collaboration. These are bound to make any one into their trainers or streetwear wish they'd got you something better.