Bunny socks, 2018.
design observations

Bunny Socks

I have been on a hunt of epic proportions.

Ever since finding old-fashioned tube socks at my local Walmart, I have been wearing several pairs of them in constant rotation. What I love about them is they are thicker than most women’s socks. Because I am always wearing a pair of them, they are getting thin in the heels and toes. Soon I’ll end up with holes in my socks, so it is imperative that I find replacements.

My beloved tube socks, 2018.
My beloved tube socks, 2018.

Walmart no longer carries the tube socks I found there. Over the past many months, I’ve been searching the sock sections of various clothing stores and can’t find them anyplace else, either. I’ve also looked on Amazon and not had any luck.

So, finally resigned that I wasn’t going to find tube socks ever again (or for at least 3 decades, which is the last time they were popular), I decided to start looking for alternative thick socks.

And, lo! I have found some!

Behold, bunny socks!

Bunny socks, 2018.
Bunny socks, 2018.

See the bunny on the label?

Well, that’s not the only bunny associated with bunny socks. Check out the materials used to make bunny socks.

Materials in bunny socks: wool/rabbit hair, viscose, nylon, polyester, spandex, 2018.
Materials in bunny socks: wool/rabbit hair, viscose, nylon, polyester, spandex, 2018.

See that? Rabbit hair!

Bunny hair was used to make bunny socks.

These socks are warm and thick and cozy and the perfect length and oh, so comfortable! Just like you might expect from bunny socks.

If you want bunny socks, you can find them here on Amazon.

I have found a more-than-adequate replacement for my tube socks. 🙂

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