Crew Socks for Men and Women

 
Crew Socks for Men and Women

Crew Socks for Men and Women

Our crew socks for men and women are the Budweiser Clysdales of the sock world. Whatever task is assigned, they carry it out in a workman-like manner. No frills, no excuses.

You slip on a pair of crew socks for men and women in the frigid pre-dawn hours on the Alaskan oil fields. Maybe two pair, if it is twenty below. At the end of a long shift you pull them off, and sigh with relief. Your toes are warm, your feet are dry.

Your best bud is not so lucky; blisters, and maybe a touch of frostbite. You tell him to Safari over to BulkWholesaleSocks.com, and place an order for crew socks just like yours.

Our crew socks for men and women are knit from the finest, softest cotton, strengthened with the highest quality spun polyester, and have just a touch of Spandex for fit and support.

Because support is what crew socks are all about. Before you lace up your high-top boots to protect your ankles and calves from the rigors of life on the frozen tundra, your crew socks give the needed support to carry you through the day.

Alaska is called the Land of the Midnight Sun so after a ten hour shift drilling for oil, you’re ready for fun.
You shower, shave, and pull on a fresh, clean pair of our crew socks for men and women, and head out to the Saloon to dance the night away with all the fine young ladies who are most likely also wearing crew socks. And when the music stops, you step outside and hug a friend as tight as you thrill to the celestial display of the Aurora Borealis.

Crew Socks for Men and Women
Crew Socks for Men and Women
Crew Socks for Men and Women
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Testimonials

“Out on the Bering Sea, all us the king crab fishermen wear three pairs of your crew socks in our rubber boots.”

Harry G. Kodiak, AK

“We love the¬†crew socks we ordered for our baseball team! They fit like a glove and stay up the whole game.”

H.J. Baltimore, MD

“We purchased 240 pairs of your crew socks for our synagogs’ homeless shelter.”

M.S. St. Louis, MO