Sockwork April 2014 Review – Sock Subscription Box
Sockwork is a sock subscription service that sends you a box of socks each month. They send cool new patterns of socks each month from great brands. Sockwork is $20.00 per month and you get two great pairs of socks and free shipping. In addition to sending great socks, Sockwork gives back to 501c(3) groups with the mission of supporting, empowering, and caring for Veterans. Both owners of Sockwork are Veterans, so giving back is very important to them. Each month Sockwork will sponsor a separate Veteran non-profit and donate 10% of all profits to the group.
Month to Month $20.00
3 Months $60.00
6 Months $114.00
12 Months $216.00
Coupon: Use the code SOX2014 to save 10% on your first order.
What’s in the box? Each month you will get two pairs of socks and help give back to Veterans. You will also get free shipping.
Types: When you sign up, you choose between male and female and then you choose your style. You can choose between Pro (Professional), Fun, or a Mix.
I received the guys box for review.
I was really happy when I opened the box. These are some fun looking socks!
Matador $12.00: These green and yellow socks are super fun looking. C is pretty straight laced. These made made from 68% combed cotton, 16% polyester, 13% nylon, and 3% spandex.
Dweller $12.00: These are white cotton socks with orange and blue ships. These are made from 68% combed cotton, 16% polyester, 13% nylon, 3% spandex.
So which socks did my straight laced, techie hubby like?
C picked the Matador socks! Who knew! C really likes the socks and thinks they are super comfortable.
Final thought: The total value of this box was $22.00. This is a great box with a fantastic mission. My husband was in the service, so finding a company that gives back to Veterans, inspires me to subscribe. I am going to subscribe to Sockwork for myself. If you want to try Sockwork, click HERE and use the code SOX2014 to save 10% on your first order.
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Disclosure: This box was received free for review. My opinions are my own.