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Solmate Socks, Mismatched Baby socks for girls or boys, Firefly Small

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Solmate Socks
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Small: 6 - 12 Months

Solmate Baby Socks

Because tiny toes need to have fun too! An adorably fun way to finally solve the common dilemma of the missing sock with two wonderfully mismatched pairs... and a spare! Bring warmth and comfort to your precious bundles of joy and a splash of color to delight.

Life's too short for matching socks.

Our whimsical, mismatched socks are the perfect combination of comfort and fun! Made right here in the USA, Solmate Socks' unique styles and patterns are the perfect way to bring some cheer into your life.

Saving the planet, one sock at a time.

Committed to protecting the environment, we pride ourselves on being an environmentally-friendly company. Each product is knitted with 100% recycled cotton yarn so you know you're purchasing socks from a company who cares about the environment.

No family member left behind.

Solmate Socks creates fun and beautiful socks for Adults, Children and Babies, so no one gets left out! Ankle Socks, Crew Socks, Knee Socks… there's a sock style for everyone. And the fun doesn't have to stop there - outfit your crew with hats, gloves and scarves to match.

If your feet are happy, you are happy.

We pride ourselves on creating quality, wearable art to inspire happiness all year round. If you're looking for the perfect gift for a special someone, or even yourself, buy a pair of our unique, mismatched socks and you won't be disappointed!

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