At first glance, the Sole Sox might seem like novelty socks that give you (fake) temporary X-ray vision by showing you the bones and muscles beneath the skin on your calves and feet. But take a closer look and you’ll see that it’s more than just a pair of socks with a bony design.
The illustrations you see on the Sole Sox are actually elements of reflexology so you can more or less use it as a guide to massage and apply pressure on the area or areas where you want to reap in some of the benefits of the technique.
A nourishing take on sole food, these illustrated socks reveal the elements of reflexology so you can rub, press and melt away the day’s stress. Anatomically correct with healing pressure points, each set offers a comfortable way to take the guesswork out of kicking back. Take these to your next massage for exacting relaxation or wear them home for a “professional” rubdown from your on-call masseur.
The Sole Sox are available from Uncommon Goods for $12.