Anatomical knee-socks

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9 Responses to “Anatomical knee-socks”

  1. Anonymous says:

    The bottom of the sock appears to have organs on it. Are these pressure points for acu(puncture|pressure)?

  2. Bonnie says:

    oooh I just got mine in the mail today and they’re super warm just in time for the cold holiday weather: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bonniegrrl/2109700481/in/photostream/

  3. Anonymous says:

    cool socks. it even has a print at the bottom.

  4. Anonymous says:

    These socks – and more stuff like them can be found for less @ Anatomical Chart Co. Here’s a link to their Halloween page:
    http://www.anatomical.com/bcategory.asp?c=7

    (I don’t work for ACC – but we buy a lot of skeletons & bones from them for Halloween. They’re great!)

  5. Anonymous says:

    … or Sixth Grade even …

  6. Anonymous says:

    it seems there is a “reflexology” map on the sock bottom. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reflexology I doubt print is precise enough, though. nevertheless, it could work well as a “first aid”. mail SHIFT+2 jakubsafar dot cz

  7. Crash! Bang! says:

    when they have these for panties, someone call me

  8. mouser882 says:

    The other post seems to have been deleted, so I thought I’d post the comment I wanted to make until someone else made the (exact!) same comment there, but I see not here.

    Sock Dreams sells a few different “anatomy themed” socks, and they do free shipping.
    You can find all of them in the Halloween category (http://www.sockdreams.com/_shop/pages/socks_cat_CategoryID_110.php) for around 13$/pair but my favorite is this Skeleton Over The Knee (http://www.sockdreams.com/_shop/pages/socks_detail_ProductID_1028.php) which is only $12 :)

  9. Trudy Beisner says:

    I love these socks, I used to wear them. I was
    pretty comical sometimes. The sillier they were
    the better.

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