Sweet Sock Company

Men's casual crew socks in unique colorful green, brown and beige design celebrating food, fashion, fitness, fun

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In celebration of food, fitness, fashion and fun, we bring you super versatile, comfortable, soft, durable and beautifully designed sublimated/all-over socks in the natural, vibrant color combination of the Sour sop Superfood. 

  • Wicking properties keep feet dry
  • Cushion support for comfort
  • Crew height
  • Ribbed cuffs
  • Toe ventilation
  • Knit construction
  • Fabric: 96% polyester, 3% rubber, 1% spandex
  • Care: Machine wash

What is dye sublimation and why polyester?

Dye-sublimation works by penetrating the surface of the material with ink. Man-made materials such as nylon and polyester fabrics contain polymers that when heated, enable the bonding of ink. Cotton and other natural fibers do not. 

Dye-sublimation printing yields beautiful and permanent colors that are embedded in the substrate or fabric, rather than printed on the surface.

Images on fabric won’t fade or crack even after multiple washings.

The Soursop’s Health Benefits

Socks So Sweet Soursop

Also known as graviola, soursop (Annona muricata) is a large prickly, heart shaped green colored fruit growing in tropical regions. It is covered with ridges on the outside and has a soft juicy flesh inside. It resembles a custard apple and is dark green when raw. As it ripens, it becomes slightly soft and light green externally. Thus, this fruit is closely related to custard apple and cherimoyas in terms of appearance and flavor. Its white pulpy flesh contains small shiny black inedible seeds and has a sweet, acidic taste. Seedless varieties of soursop are rarely available and generally have a fibrous flesh. Due to its creamy texture, it is often used in beverages, ice creams, and other sweet foods. The skin of the fruit is inedible, but the white fleshy part is quite nutritious. The seeds should never be eaten as they are toxic in nature. The tips of the prickles of ripe soursop fruit break off easily. Under-ripe fruits can be stored in the dark until they ripen fully.

Being abundant in vitamins and minerals, soursop offers several health benefits. It is often recommended by the practitioners of herbal medicine to cure various ailments ranging from stomach ailments to intestinal worms.