Thursday, November 5, 2020

Hippy Feet Holiday Gift Guide 2020


About them: Hippy Feet is a Minneapolis-based Benefit Corporation dedicated to supporting the homeless. Each product sold allows them to provide transitional employment to young people ages 16-24 that are experiencing homelessness. Through a program called Pop-Up Employment, Hippy Feet creates jobs for homeless youth via our packaging, screenprinting, and embroidery operations.

I was sent a few pairs of socks to review which I am excited about as I love this mission and the styles of socks they offer not to mention finding socks that fit my feet can be a challenge.  I got Floral Ankle Lily Teal which is ankle socks bring on the flower power! These blossoming socks were designed with your inner flower child in mind. Featuring 3 bright white florals with fuschia inner accents knit on top of the foot, and a white heel & toe. There floral socks are also available as crew socks in both Cornflower Blue and Orchid Purple.  Made in the USA out of super soft ringspun cotton yarn.

Rainbow Quarter  your favorite pair of Rainbow socks just got shorter. But not too short these babies are just right. Now available as a quarter crew, these socks will sit about an inch above your ankle, making them the perfect pair to add a pop of color for all types of shoes. Lightweight and breathable, these socks are great for sunshine and warmer weather. Made in the USA from recycled cotton yarns sourced from t-shirt trimmings.

Hippy Block Quarter Crew  Your friends know you’re a Hippy, you’re parents certainly know, but gosh dammit you want the world to know! These socks were made for you, yes you. These bright white, “hippy” logo block socks have a burgundy heel & toe with navy accent stripes and sit about 1 inch above your ankles.  Made in the USA from recycled cotton yarns sourced from t-shirt trimmings.

My Opinion: I love these socks and they are so comfortable to wear and the colors are great for wearing anytime. These will make great Christmas gifts as they are a product that gives back to the homeless in Minneapolis, Minnesota.



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