There's snow finally, it's cold, it's mid-winter, you may be somewhat locked down yet again.
You deserve a pick me up.
The Mid-Winter Sale.
Save lots all through the site and help Mooselow figure out the next step on this adventure.
Free Shipping in Canada over $99 (most locations, before taxes). London, ON delivery too.
When it comes to your mental health, The Sockologist is IN!
See Latest Info below for all the shipping & local delivery details.
Thank you for supporting The Moose.
Brock's Monument is a 56-metre (185 ft) column atop Queenston Heights in Queenston, Ontario, Canada, dedicated to Major General Sir Isaac Brock, one of Canada's heroes of the War of 1812. Brock, a British Army officer in charge of defending Upper Canada from a United States invasion, and one of his aides-de-camp, Lieutenant-Colonel John Macdonell, are interred at the monument's base on the heights above the battlefield where both fell during the Battle of Queenston Heights. The current monument was constructed between 1853 and 1856, which replaced an earlier Monument to Brock on the battlefield (1824–1840). Parks Canada maintains the monument, the most imposing feature of Queenston Heights National Historic Site. It is the 3rd oldest war memorial in Canada.
The socks are knit on technologically advanced machines that are capable of knitting many more colours offering higher resolution and detail to each unique design.
Fits approximate shoe size:
One size fits most from women's shoe size 5 up to men's shoe size 10.5 / Euro 35-44
Material: 80% Cotton / Nylon Blend 20% Spandex
The high spandex content in these socks allows them to easily stretch to fit a large range of sizes.
Care instructions: Machine wash, cold (30 ℃ / 86 ℉). Do not bleach or iron. To reduce damage and be good to the planet, line dry. They will last longer if you keep them out of the tumble dryer.
Made in Taiwan.
Online only and shipping throughout Canada, United States, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Our retail storefront is closed.
Free Canada Post Expedited Parcel™ Shipping in Canada over $99 (most locations, before taxes)
Generally order by noon for same business day shipping + travel time.
Canada Post to BC service is improving although there are still some delays. We ship quickly but have no control over the logistics issues as a result of the weather event in BC.
Free Delivery in London $45 & over (before taxes), $5 flat rate below
Generally order by noon Mon-Fri for same day delivery, otherwise next business day.
Thank you for supporting us to keep our small business operating. Our storefront is now permanently closed as we transition our collection online with a new focus on our exclusive Actually Made in Canada sock collection.
Be safe, be well, and be kind.
Much Moose Love,
Director of Sockology
We feature our own Actually Made in Canada sock collection created in Ontario, Canada on vintage production machines from the mid-1900s. Our new Single Word Socks and The Sockologist is IN! brands are also made here in Canada on the latest 200 needle machines with seamless toe technology and Oeko-Tex® certified organic cotton.
Our other current sock & gift brands include: Darn Tough, Native Northwest, Good Luck Socks, Blue Q, Out of Print, Main and Local, Uptown Sox, Maggie's Organics, Canned Critters, Flap Jack Kids and many others.
We closed our storefront at the start of this pandemic thing to transition 100% online. We still operate and ship from London, Ontario.
From avocado to zebra with corgis and llamas in between and a sprinkle of stripes on top, we have you (your feet) covered. At Purple Moose, the Sockologist is IN!
"I went Googling for a Canadian distributor of Darn Tough. I was very excited to find your Ontario based operation AND your actually made in Canada line. I'll be back!"
"Love your socks!"
"My husband is disabled due to back injury and is always cold from his pain meds. He needs to wear socks, but most socks cause pressure in his feet, which causes more pain. I've been trying to find the perfect socks for years. When I saw your socks, I thought I'd try them being cotton, I knew they would be looser but also warm. He says he is spoiled now and only wears his 4 pairs that I bought earlier this year. I figured I'd buy him 4 more for Christmas, and treat my children to some as well. Thank YOU for keeping "made in Canada" alive and well."