Society Socks Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2017
Society Socks is a monthly sock subscription that also gives back. With every pair of socks you buy, a pair of socks is donated to their local youth shelter.
This box was sent for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Society Socks
The Cost: 21 CAD/$15.74
COUPON: Save 50% off of your first month with coupon code MSA50
Our subscription service includes two pairs of funky socks delivered to your door every month. For every pair of socks we deliver to you, we will donate another pair to charity in your name. Help us change the world, one pair of socks at a time.
Ships To: Worldwide
This subscription is straight forward – you’ll receive 2 pairs of exclusively design socks monthly – no longer-term subscription of additional socks.
Pair #1 – Value $9.74 based off of the shop prices
Society Socks produces their own socks – so all pricing is based on what they are charging in their store.
Both of my socks this month were fun graphic socks.
The socks are definitely basic – there isn’t extra padding anywhere. These are also on the thin side. That being said, they do have a nice warmth and softness to them.
The sock design includes little thunderstorm clouds on two-tone blue socks.
Pair #2 – Value $9.74 based off of the shop prices
Similar to the first pair – my second pair also features little lightning bolts.
Expect the same quality and features across all of their socks. So, if you really enjoy the feel and fit of their socks – there won’t be any deviation from that with this subscription.
Verdict: If you’re looking to get more socks or simply turn over your current socks – a sock subscription is a good solution. This box has a charitable aspect as well – for each pair you buy, they’ll donate a pair. So far, most sock subscriptions I’ve tried send socks from different brands – if you’re looking for the same quality with every shipment, Society Socks could be for you since they make their own socks.
What do you think of Society Socks?