If Buck Davidson can have lucky socks, then why shouldn’t you? That’s the theme of this week’s Fab Freebie, brought to us by Lucky 7 Socks.
Lucky 7 Socks start their lives as art — art made by human hands putting color on paper. There’s creativity and playfulness and love designed into every sock, and it all starts with the horse.
Designed in Vermont by life-long horse lover and artist, Kristen Slade, each sock starts with a story in her mind about a real or imagined horse. She then paints small, colorful paintings to illustrate the story.
These paintings become the basis for the sock graphics. Knitted using a technique called intarsia, each different color in the knitted socks is a separate strand of fine-gauge, cotton-rich yarn, making the designs seem like painting with yarn.
These knee socks are built to stay up! The knitted structure of Lucky 7 Socks incorporates a nearly-invisible stretchable thread on the inside of the knitting that allows them to stay up comfortably on your legs, and stretch to accommodate varied foot and leg sizes, as well as being pulled over breeches, casual leggings, and tights.
Lucky 7 Socks are high-quality, cotton-rich socks feature colorful, original designs that appeal to every horse person, no matter what your discipline. Your love of horses colors every part of your life.
Thanks to Lucky 7 Socks, these exclusive and artful designs could be yours! We are giving away three pairs of Lucky 7 Socks to this week’s winner. And, if you just can’t wait, EN readers can also take advantage of a special offer to receive free shipping on all orders during the month of March. Simply use the code ENFREE at checkout.
You can find out more about these socks by clicking here. In the meantime, don’t forget to enter this week’s Fab Freebie! The winner will be announced in Friday’s News & Notes, with entries closing at midnight on Thursday. Good luck!
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