Friday Feature: Happy Socks

Happy Socks was created by two Swedish friends Viktor Tell and Mikael Söderlindh in the Spring of 2008. Their vision was to spread happiness by using colorful, creative designs and high-quality materials for something you wear everyday – socks! Today, Happy Socks is sold to more than 70 countries worldwide.

Founders of Happy Socks sitting in one of their stores.

But what’s so great about socks?

These aren’t just any socks, they’re Happy Socks! They are made with high quality combed cotton and a reinforced toe and heal. They can be machine washed with no risk of fading the colors or shrinking due to their Silicon Washing process that happens before they leave the factory. Also, they are almost all unisex (except for tights, ankle socks, and over the knee socks which are intended for women – but hey, no one’s judging).

Couple wearing matching socks from Happy Socks while walking down the street.

But the best part? Their designs of course! 

Happy Socks boasts a pair of socks and underwear for every occasion, mindset, and style.

Woman wearing very colorful, striped socks.

Men sitting down wearing dress pants and dress shoes with colorful socks.

Mother and baby both wearing funky socks.

Bunny wearing baby socks on its ears.

Where do they come from?

Happy Socks manufactures their socks at a family-owned factory in Turkey that has been operating for more than 30 years. Then, their tights are made in Italy, a place known for high quality production.

Man sitting in a warehouse wearing funky socks.

So do some smart shopping online and check out Happy Socks on Yroo! Right now you can save 12% off their Valentine’s collection with code VALENTINE12. For more exclusive coupons, see the Happy Socks Coupons page.

Remember, you can check out the coupons page for any store on Yroo to help you shop smart!

Red socks with heart pattern for Valentine's Day.

Happy Socking!


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