Monday, April 6, 2015

Foot Cardigan (Sock Subscription) Review, March 2015

The last time I counted, there were at least a dozen sock subscription services. That's not surprising since socks are lightweight, easy to source, relatively inexpensive and everybody needs them.  It's no wonder they are a natural fit for the subscription business model.  There has been a bit of grumbling about the cost per pair of socks but that usually comes down to buyers not recognizing the fact that shipping costs are included in the price of the socks.  

Foot Cardigan is one of the least expensive sock subscriptions available because they just send one pair per month. The cost is $9 plus $2 for shipping.  If you want more than one pair of socks, you can add as many subscriptions as you want to your shopping cart. Subscriptions can be purchased for men's, women's or kids' socks.

Foot Cardigan socks arrive in a black poly mailer.

And here are the socks I received for March.  I like these a lot; the pattern looks like multi-colored clouds against a blue background with yellow cuffs, toes and heels. Quite versatile and wearable!  I believe all the Foot Cardigan socks are made of the same cotton blend; these are nice and stretchy and not too tight around the top.

Foot Cardigan subscriptions can be purchased by the month and for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months. The only discount comes at the 12 month level (for $121) where you get one month for free. For kids' subscriptions, they send two pairs of socks for $11 per month.

You can return socks that you don't like but at such a low price, that seems a little silly to me. Just keep an open mind, wear what you get and enjoy 'em!  So far, Foot Cardigan has sent great socks and I have no complaints.

A Foot Cardigan subscription is super affordable and would make a fun and useful gift for anyone!

Thanks for reading,


Disclosure:  Views and opinions expressed in this blog are strictly my own.  Product discussed in this post was purchased by Lone Star Shopper. Post does not contain referral or affiliate links.

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