When life gives you lemons, make lemon socks!
Don’t be so sour, lemon socks
have the power, to make your day more bright! There is no other design among our food socks
that can do this better. Because although many things in life can annoy you, with colorful socks
you face all of the challenges of the day with positivity and optimism. Lemon socks
are the kind of refreshing touch we were missing for a more balanced life. That's why this design shouldn't be missing from our Fruits Set
alongside strawberries and watermelons. Lemon socks
stand for a healthier everyday life from head to toe!
Lemon socks contain vitamin C
So that no one gets the wrong idea here, we'll make it clear right away: our lemon socks
contain no real vitamins. However, it cannot be denied that this design reminds us of our regular vitamin intake. Whether in the form of a hot lemon drink with honey or as spiked mineral water, vitamin C is at least as good for our body as cute bear socks
. By the way, vitamin C is one of the most important antioxidants. It traps free radicals in our body and renders them harmless. Vitamin C thereby contributes to reducing the symptoms of rheumatism and arthritis. Even if lemon socks
are not real medicine, they enrich life in many ways - and in many ways!
Where do lemon socks actually come from?
The fact that our products are exclusively made in Europe is one of the reasons why we are proud of our brand. Another reason is that we take part in actions to help save the planet
. Mismatched socks have been around since 2014, when they were created and manufactured in Lodz the textile capital of Poland. Lemon socks
could, however, have a much longer history. The first records of this fruit date back to 1000 AD. There are written references to the sour delicacy both in Far Eastern China and in the Mediterranean region. They don't grow on the ground like strawberry socks
, but on evergreen trees. Evidence of the first attempts at cultivation goes back to the Sicily region in the 13th century. We firmly believe that lemon socks
would have been a bestseller in Catania and Palermo even back then.