Ace & Everett Launches The Boys Club Monthly Sock Subscription

Lost a sock again? Fuhgeddaboudit. Whether that missing sock was left in the laundromat down the street, or it simply found a cozy hiding place under the bed, help is here with today’s launch of The Boys Club, a subscription service offering a monthly delivery of socks.

The timing couldn’t be better, as today marks National Lost Sock Memorial Day. The National Day Calendar, which has designated May 9 as such, suggests celebrating with a brand new sock wardrobe.

The Boys Club is a service of Ace & Everett, a family-owned American-made accessories brand. Customers can sign up at Ace & Everett, where they will be charged a monthly fee of $20 for a pair of socks delivered to them on the first day of each month, allowing them to easily build a hosiery wardrobe.

Ace & Everett socks
Patterned spring sock from Ace & Everett.
CREDIT: Courtesy of brand.

The socks are produced in a hosiery mill that’s been in operation since 1920. Even the soft supima cotton used in production is grown in the U.S. For added comfort and durability, the socks feature reinforced heels and ribbed calf bands so socks stay up.

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