Socks are typically dull, poorly made afterthought. Stand4 Socks are anything but, we create ethically made socks, with bold patterns that also have an impact from each pair sold. This could be one pair planting 10 trees or vaccinating 3 kids agianst measles and much more!
Founded by Maura Gillian in 2016 with the off the cuff comment with friends and a simple purpose of changing the meaning of a pair of socks. From seamless toe closure to avoid iteration, to reinforced heel and toe to avoid those annoying holes, to bold patterns designed to get noticed and stand out! We now have fashion, sport and even bamboo socks!
Each pair is linked to a United Nations Global Goal, reflected by a cause
logo on the ankle. allowing your purchase to have an even bigger impact in the world and show what you Stand4!
We want our socks to stand out for the right reasons, not wrong. Therefore responsible manufacture is extremely important to us. We spent over a year finding the right manufacturer who shared both our vision and high values. Producing quality socks, uniquely designed socks shouldn’t cost the planet and humans rights. Simple.
No one likes holes in their socks. The heel and toe of the sock gets the most wear. Therefore we reinforce Notably Krystal heels and toes with double material to make them more durable than a standard sock.
Our socks are one of the clothing items we wear the hardest, yet when it comes to comfort it is often given little attention. We got rid of that annoying ridge on top of the toes, to create a more durable, seamless finish!
We are a social enterprise, a business for good and more than just profit. With each pair having a tangible impact and ethical supply chain. Proud member of Social Enterprise US.
  • “Finally a relevant buy one, give one
    model with multiple causes!”
  • “The perfect gift for someone who has
    it all, they are useful, fun and purposeful
    all in one. Also love the packaging!”
  • “Amazing, time to level up my
    sock draw to Stand4s’
  • “Picking out socks each day
    just became so meaningful’