Giving a man socks as a present is about as thrilling as giving him a toothbrush. They’re practical so he’ll use them, but they also don’t reflect well for the gift giver. That was how we percieved socks in the past. Until a company called Nice Laundry came along. They’ve created socks so beautifully hip, you can gift them. In fact, these may be the best socks to give a man.

His sock drawer doesn’t need to be boring and it doesn’t need to be divided into black socks and blue socks so he won’t get them confused in the dark light of early morning. With Nice Laundry, his sock drawer can be full of playful, high-quality socks that reflect his style and personality.

Like many of you, we had terrible relationships with our sock drawers; boring colors, missing socks and worn-out pairs.

These socks are luxurious. From the detail that goes into the depth of each heel and the tension on each cuff, to the vibrant colors and cool patterns, these socks are the polar opposite of a 6 pack of white Hanes socks. But because of their material composition (80% cotton, 19% nylon, 1% spandex), they’ll wisk away moisture and stay comfortable and cool all day.

And for the feel-good factor, the nice folks at Nice Laundry will even help him make room in his sock drawer with their A Virtuous (Re)cycle program. If you send them his old socks, they’ll recycle them and when possible, find ways to reuse and repurpose them. So he won’t have to feel guilty for throwing away those old pairs.

Photo credit: Laura Fruchterman
Photo credit: Laura Fruchterman
Photo credit: Laura Fruchterman
Photo credit: Laura Fruchterman
Photo credit: Laura Fruchterman
Photo credit: Laura Fruchterman
Photo credit: Laura Fruchterman
Photo credit: Laura Fruchterman
Photo credit: Laura Fruchterman
Photo credit: Laura Fruchterman
Photo credit: Laura Fruchterman
Photo credit: Laura Fruchterman

If socks could somehow make you cooler, it would be the socks from Nice Laundry. Trust us. It’s a great gift he’ll love to receive.

Price: USD $39 for 6 pairs from Nice Laundry.

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