Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana.
Oga means "Boss" or "manager" in the Yoruba language, spoken in Nigeria. It's a versatile word - It can be used to refer to one's superiors, or as a compliment - "you're a big Oga". It can also be used to refer to a friend, sort of like "dude".
This design was inspired by Nigerian Ankara prints which are popular throughout West Africa.
The socks are 90% Cotton, 8% Polyamide, and 2% Elastan.
These socks were a gift for my daughter. She absolutely LOVES them! The colors are vibrant and she wears the african prints with pride!
I loved them!
Beautiful colours and meaningful as well!
My sons and my husband loved them too!
Love the design. Super fast delivery.
Very vibrant and fresh design and really comfortable :)
Absolutly fast and good service and really good item!
Love the quality, workmanship and vibrant colors of the socks. They're actually better than I thought they'd be, which I thought they'd be shorter in length than I'd like, but they're not. The colors are what really made me purchase them.
Love the colors. Have shared your site with two of my friends who might order!
gave them to my 31 y o son for xmas. i loved the story behind them, and the color/design.
i will ck with my son how he likes them
love the pattern and colours!
Good quality and nice looking. Love them :-))))
Mary Jo M.
Working with Afro socks was a pleasure. My questions were answered in my order received promptly. Great socks!
I have had a lot of positive compliments from strangers when wearing my afri-socks. They are very comfortable to wear.
Gift for my husband. He loves them!
Socks are fantastic!
They are beautiful but here now it's summer, too hot to wear them; need to wait for the caming of Fall
M. Anthony H.
I love my socks! Soft, colorful and progressive! I have received positive feedback about them and will be ordering another pair this month!
Thanks a million!!!
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