GINGERBREAD & CANDYCANE DAD AND ME MATCHY MISMATCHY SOCKS SET
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Go matchy mismatchy Christmas morning with your favorite little human! In this bundle, you'll get 2 pairs, 1 kid and 1 adult size Gingerbread & Candy Cane Pals Socks! These colorful comfy cotton socks are part of the Taste Buds Series by Michelle Romo (Crowded Teeth.)They totally show that you don’t have to perfectly match to go perfectly together. Just select your desired kids socks size (check out the size chart) and the adult socks are 1 size fits most.
Age 1-3 and 4-8 sizes have silicon non-skid grips to stop slips
Quality constructed sock made to prevent holes, stay on nice and snug
Made in China from super stretchy, comfy combed cotton
“It is a beautiful message that you're sending out, not only to the world but especially to our children. My 5 year old twin grandsons just loved the PALS socks as did my 2 year old great grandson! Thank you again from the bottom of my heart. ”
“Keep spreading the love and inclusivity. Keep promoting diversity and the beauty that it brings to our world. Thank you for the work that you do. We are lifetime fans.”
“I just love what this company stands for. Their message is one of friendship, diversity and embracing differences and they share this in such fun way.”
“My 3 year old son loves his Pals! He wears them around our home without shoes. They are super cute, plush, stretchy and roomy yet secure (he wears a toddler 10-11 size shoe and will clearly be able to wear his Pals at least another year), skid proof, and the best slipper-like socks I've been able to find. I highly recommend Pals and will likely order a women's pair or two for myself.”
“My daughter loves these! I do too. They are warm and truly non-skid (unlike some socks that only semi-skid). Her favorite part is getting to dictate which creature goes on which foot (she has yet to master putting them on by herself) but we never have to argue over whether or not to put them on :)”