Custom Socks Manufacturer Create Socks Now Taking Orders For Spring Events

Long Beach, CA, USA – February 14th, 2019 – Create Socks is now taking custom socks orders for all Spring events including races and sport championships.

Based in Los Angeles County, California, Create Socks manufactures superior quality custom socks which are made from scratch and fully personalized. They come in a wide selection of models including crew, ankle, knee-high, quarter, no-show and in various styles such as athletic, dress, novelty and compression.

Create Socks’ models are made of a unique ultra-wicking blend made of acrylic, nylon and spandex which protects from blisters, injuries while being comfortable. All models are available in affordable, easy one-size-fits-all or specific US sizes upon request.

The standard turnaround for all models and quantities is 8 weeks from the moment the order is placed, which is why now is a great time to be guaranteed to get them on time for Spring events such as cycling / running races, college / school sports championships, promotional giveaways, fashion shows and more.

What makes Create Socks unique compared to other companies is that they make authentic custom socks. “Contrary to most manufacturers you can find online, we don’t just add a logo to pre-made models we already have in stock. With us, all customers’ socks are being made from scratch just for them, based on their design. Also, there is no risk as when clients submit their artwork, we tell them honestly if we can make it or not without pushing for sales,” said the owner Fred Thorn.

Create Socks’ models are fully knitted, and the minimum quantity is 120 pairs for all wholesale orders (there is no exception).

The company ships nationwide and provides hassle-free quotes when you contact them on their website.

For more information about Create Socks or to find out if they can make your socks, please visit:

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Company Name: Create Socks
Contact Person: Fred Thorn
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Phone: (323) 364-3537
Country: United States