These Japanese-Made Socks Are Worth the Money

Featuring three distinct styles.

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Sustainably-minded basics brand Arvin Goods just released a Made in Japan collection featuring three distinct styles. The premium socks are crafted at Yui Co., Ltd., a family-run factory with 104 years of sock-making experience, and utilize Arvin’s blend of upcycled cotton and recycled polyester.

Each model features superior details: the low-profile Street Sock has a full terry knit and a silicone heel grip, the tight-knit Rib Sock features a terry-loop heel which adds support and the Original Sock features a thick, padded knit. All of the socks are hand finished and range from $20 to $32 per pair. So if you’re looking to refresh your sock drawer, these styles are worth the money.

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Street Sock by Arvin Goods $20

Original Sock by Arvin Goods $32

Ribbed Sock by Arvin Goods $32

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