Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana.
"Dumsor" is a popular Ghanaian slang which means "off and on". The word is derived from the Ashanti-Twi dialect spoken in Ghana. It is the term used to describe constant and uncertain electric outages. A few years ago, during a tumultuous election period, Ghana experienced many "Dumsors", but nowadays, you can rely on good power pretty much anywhere.
The socks are 90% Cotton, 8% Polyamide, and 2% Elastan.
I am not a frequent sock wearer bit the picture appealed to me. The actual socks were even better than pictured!
Great fit. Great look; get a pair. You will love them!
Unique design. I enjoy the compliments I receive when I wear them. I do wish they were slightly thicker, but I like them as they are.
As an artist who brought my sense of colour from Eritrea, I find these socks to be an extension of my life as an artist. They are beautiful, colourful, and the designs (including the colours) have a long history of meaningful representation. The socks themselves are very comfortable and I feel right at home with them. They do draw comment and it is always favourable.
great colour zip to yr daze!
I haven’t worn these yet but I like the quality.
Gift for my son and he was absolutely thrilled
I love my Afrisocks everyone is asking where I got them from and tell the AFRISOCKS!!
Nice combination of colours very comfy and very African design. Bad bits I got mine with a tiny hole on one of them. Overall great buy.
Great, quality product!! Can't wait to buy more!!
Timely shipment, excellent quality. Now a need another week's worth!!
Do not came
I bought these socks for my son's birthday present. They arrived a day ahead of schedule, and he loves them. I am totally satisfied, and will buy a few pair for myself.
Love my socks
Designed and shipped from Ghana but made in Turkey. This sucks big time. I feel betrayed. This is environmentally bullshit and not transparent
These socks are stylish and comfy! Going to get another pair soon!
This socks are the most cool that I never saw in socks. I love the african patterns.