Pro Image Sports currently holds the championship belt for the sock game across the country, with stores everywhere expanding their offering as new vendors have taken off in the past 18 months.
Socks are made to be matched with a hat, whether it be a pom knit, snapback or fitted.
For the longest time For Bare Feet was not only the No. 1 sock vendor when it came to team licensed product, they were the only company cranking out hits. The bar has been raised. Socks have become a top seller because they are a natural extension for the customer with a new pair of kicks and a fresh hat. It is only natural that now they need the socks to complete the outfit.
I may be a bit biased, but I speak the truth when I say Pro Image Sports is the game when it comes to socks. I’m going to simply rap off a list of the different vendors and styles are stores are rocking these days.
Logo man NBA socks of different lengths and colors will always be a staple product. Have you ever played in a pair? You’re missing out if you haven’t.
Every fan loves representing their team, and now the options with team socks from For Bare Feet are limitless.
FBF stripe crew. They also have a fuzzy style for your lady.
FBF deuce crew is a nice break from the norm for your team sock.
Did someone ask if we carry college teams as well? Why yes we do.
Player socks have been so hot they’re tough to keep in stock.
Mitchell & Ness branded socks have them dipping their toe in the sock game too.
They also have the throwback styles we’ve come to love M&N for.
Soccer fans are loving the MLS line from Adidas
New Era branded socks are running with specific hat styles they are producing.
Stance is a newer company that made their name by offering throwback NBA styles and players.
Grandmama? Reign Man? Too much. I love it. The Stockton-Malone pair is still the best pair stance has produced though.
Strideline is the newest kid to the party, and have had a quick impact on sales with their city skyline styles.
Steeler star wide receiver Antonio Brown spotted at training camp rocking a pair of Pittsburgh Strideline socks he got from one of the local Pro Image Sports in the area.
If you want to find out more about what Pro Image Sports has to offer, feel free to contact any of the stores or take a look at shop.proimagesports.com.