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Copy of CRITICALLY ENDANGERED SOCKS

MORE THAN A SOCK

For every pair of socks sold, we donate 50% of profit directly to charities protecting critically endangered animals. The other 50% will go back into the business, allowing us to expand and help more critically endangered animals. Each design helps a different animal and charity.

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Our socks are made from an uncommonly soft blend of cotton and bamboo. Each design is embroidered with the animal it's helping to save.

PRE-ORDER BELOW

For a 20% discount and the chance to win a years subscription to National Geographic magazine. Pre-ordered socks will arrive in time for Christmas. Small = .... Large = ....

 

Oi Oi ORANGUTAN

From the sale of our Orangutan sock, we are helping the 'Friends of the National Parks Foundation' buy and preserve rainforest in Borneo. Protecting the critically endangered Borneo Orangutan's habitat from illegal logging and palm oil plantations.

 

ALRIGHT, AMUR LEOPARD

Amur leopard and Tiger Alliance (ALTA) are the leading charity protecting the critically endangered Amur Leopard. From the sale of our Amur Leopard sock, we're helping fund ALTA's education and outreach programs, anti-poaching initiatives and population monitoring.

 

HIYA, HAWKSBILL TURTLE

From the sale of our Hawksbill Turtle sock, we’re helping the Oceanic Society fund Sea Turtle grants, from teaching communities marine conservation in Bangladsh to identifying the key habitats for Hawksbill Turtles in Sao Tome and Principe.

 

ELLO ELEPHANT

From the sale of our Sumatran Elephant sock, we're helping fund the 'The International Elephant Foundation's' (IEF) conservation Response unit based in Way Kambas national park in Sumatra. These units protect the Critically Endangered Sumatran Elelphant from poachers, bordering villages and deforestation.