The Joplins crew socks are so good, they’re good enough for me & Bobby McGee. Featuring a deep navy and daffodil base divided by a geometric rainbow of gold, orange, burgundy, and columbia blue stripes, these socks are so electric, they could headline at Woodstock. American made and created with recycled and ringspun cotton yarns, this colorful pair is comfortable, fashionable, and fit for a hippie queen.
As always, every pair comes packaged by a young person experiencing homelessness.
Seamless Toe: no more annoying bump at the tip of your toes
Y-Stitched Heel: better fit and no more bunching
No-Slip Cuff: keeps your socks where they belong
Small = women's shoe 5.5-9, men's shoe 4-7.5
Large= women's shoe 9.5+, men's shoe 8-14
35% Ringspun cotton, 35% Recycled cotton, 15% Recycled polyester, 10% nylon, 5% elastic
Machine wash cold on gentle cycle, do not bleach, tumble dry low, do not dry clean or iron.
Hippy Feet is a Minneapolis-based Benefit Corporation dedicated to supporting the homeless. Each product sold allows us to provide transitional employment to young people ages 16-24 who are experiencing homelessness. Through a program called Pop-Up Employment, Hippy Feet creates jobs for homeless youth via our packaging, screenprinting, and embroidery operations. We bring these jobs directly to the young people we aim to serve. By strategically partnering with local non-profits, we are able to ensure that our employment efforts are happening in a safe, convenient, and familiar environment that overlooks the traditional barriers that limit homeless youth from finding consistent forms of employment.
Our goal isn’t to be a forever employer for young people affected by homelessness, rather our aim is to provide income, opportunity, job training, and giving in a way that is both earned and respects human dignity. The long term goal for Hippy Feet is to play a pivotal role in positioning young people into stable housing and transition them into full-time employment elsewhere.
We are committed to making all of our socks and apparel products in the United States and with environmentally friendly materials and practices.