MEN, WOMEN, CHILDREN'S SOCKS IN THE MOST EXOTIC & UNUSUAL COLOR COMBINATIONS IN NATURE
MEN, WOMEN, CHILDREN'S SOCKS IN THE MOST EXOTIC & UNUSUAL COLOR COMBINATIONS IN NATURE
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Men's and women's casual crew socks in unique colorful design celebrating food, fashion, fitness, fun
Men's and women's casual crew socks in unique colorful design celebrating food, fashion, fitness, fun
Men's and women's casual crew socks in unique colorful design celebrating food, fashion, fitness, fun
Men's and women's casual crew socks in unique colorful design celebrating food, fashion, fitness, fun
Sweet Sock Company of New York

Men's and women's casual crew socks in unique colorful 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 color combination of the Heirloom carrot.

  • 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

Heirloom carrot health benefits

All carrots — independent of their color — are packed with a variety of nutrients, such as fiber, potassium, vitamin C, manganese, vitamin A, and certain B vitamins (2Trusted Source).

Additionally, they’re relatively low in calories, with 1 cup (128 grams) of raw carrots delivering just 52 calories.

What makes purple carrots nutritionally unique is their content of the antioxidants anthocyanins.

Anthocyanins belong to the polyphenol family of antioxidants and are found in purple fruits and vegetables like blackberries, grapes, purple potatoes, purple cabbage, and purple carrots (3Trusted Source).

Antioxidants like anthocyanins help protect your body from oxidative stress, which refers to an imbalance between reactive molecules called free radicals and antioxidants in your body.

Oxidative stress has been linked to health conditions such as cancer, mental decline, heart disease, and aging (4Trusted Source).


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