Lamar Socks

Lamar Socks

£11.00

In stock

Our wool socks are always super popular and I always try my best to release as many pairs as we can because I get about 100 emails a year asking when they will be re-released. With this design, we pay homage to this season’s MVP and someone who managed to destroy my beloved FSU during his time at Louisville.

The socks come in a purple, black and yellow stripe which is a knowing nod to the city of Baltimore and the American football team from that city. Many famous players have worn these striking colours including TRiCKETT favourite, Ray Lewis, but if anything they just looks really ace as a nice pair of socks. They are also finished off with the TRiCKETT logo transfer. For each pair we sell we will make a donation to charity in memory of a pal who is no longer with us and who loved Baltimore and the Ravens.

The socks are knitted together in Leicestershire by Neil and his team and are ribbed through the leg and forefoot for a snug fit. So go on, decorate your ankles properly!

Made in England. UK 7-12.

Just to up the excitement levels even more, mix and match any 3 pairs of our wool or Italian-made socks for just £28. Nice.

} All orders are packed by us, sent via our local Post Office and processed by our long-time friend Shafiq. Next Working Day is Monday - Friday only. If your order is placed after 4pm on a Friday or over the weekend this will be dispatched on the next working day and due for the delivery the following working day after that.

Customers have 14 days from the day they receive their parcel to return it back to us. To be refundable, all products must be completely unworn and unwashed, and must be returned in their original condition. All international orders are final, no refunds, exchanges or credit notes.

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