The wrong socks can throw off an entire fit. Yes, you can have sick fades, dope boots, and well-put-together layering, but if you have tatty, hole-ridden socks poking out underneath all that goodness, you lose massive points. I’m talking nosedive-level losses, and you don’t want that.
Luckily, Anonymous Ism — a brand that has cemented itself as one of, if not the most, prominent Japanese sock brands on the scene — has you covered. Made in Japan, these new patchwork crew socks are constructed from a cotton, acrylic, and wool blend, and feature ribbed cuffs to keep them nice and taught around the calves so they don’t roll down and have you looking like your half-asleep, cross-legged grandpa. They’re also one-size-fits-all, so there’s no need to get your Brannock device out. Easy peasy.
Those of you that haven’t bought into the sock hype, I get it. It’s a sock, how good can it really be? Well, Anonymous Ism is a brand that has dedicated its entire 20-plus-year existence to the art of crafting socks. In fact, it’s an insult to call them sock makers – they’re sock samurai.