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Pink with Navy Bow Tie and Mint Julep Cup Cotton Sock Linked Toe Mid-Calf

PMC252005

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Dapper Classics socks are expertly knitted in North Carolina at a third-generation mill. Every sock is made with style and comfort in mind, guaranteeing that you look and feel your best. Our mint julep and bow tie style is your dapper derby sock.

The Dapper Classics philosophy is simple: “Dapper is in the Details.” Those details include material that is breathable in every season, a design that ensures your socks stay up, and a linked-toe for a smooth fit and added durability.

Details
Made In USA
Mid-Calf Fit
200 Needle Count
Linked Toe

66% Mercerized Cotton
33% Nylon
1% Spandex

Fits Sizes 8 – 12

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ME
08/19/2019
Marvin E.
United States United States

Pretty pink

I’m ready to wear pink socks to cap off the look

JS
05/21/2018
Joe S.
United States

Great Socks

Well made socks that stay up throughout the day. I will be buying more socks from Dapper Classics.

MQ
05/03/2018
Michael Q.
United States

Very comfortable and fashionable socks

These are well-crafted and good-looking. I will be keeping an eye on this brand in the future.

RB
05/13/2017
Rodney B.
United States

My sock purchase, nice!

I absolutely enjoy both pair of socks I purchase. I have been looking to up my sock "game" and theses have done so and are fun. I wore the pink socks with a navy blue small/lite pin stripe suite with a burnt pink bow tie. And I and others just enjoyed the combo. I look forward to making another purchase in the near future. v/r Rodney

KM
05/05/2017
Kahlil M.
United States

Bold Color-Good sock

Great socks. Mid-calf is a great length. These fall a little bit, but most of the time stay up nicely.

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