Animal Knee High Socks
- Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Foul, Anti-slip, Breathable, Eco-Friendly, Sporty, Sweat-Absorbent1. 100% Quality satisfaction guaranteed.
2. All colors, sizes, designs can be customized per your requirements or samples.
3. Provide free OEM packaging design and free box packaging for your promotion.
4. You can get answer within 24 hours.
|Name||Knee high socks|
|Packaging||Colorful box packaging|
|Sample||We support sample, sample fee can be refund after order|
|Wholesale||Welcome to contact with us to get wholesale price|
|Delivery time||3-7 working days after payment was done|
|Payment||Western union, Money gram, T/T|
|Shipment||Express (DHL/Fedex/UPS), Airfreight, Sea freight|
|Main Markets||North America, Europe, Mid East, South America, Asia, Africa, Australia etc|
Socks have evolved over the centuries from the earliest models, which were made from animal skins gathered up and tied around the ankles. According to the Greek poet Hesiod, in the 8th century BC, the Ancient Greeks wore socks called “piloi”, which were made from matted animal hair. The Romans also wrapped their feet with leather or woven fabrics. Around the 2nd century AD, the Romans started sewing the fabrics together making fitted socks called “udones”. By the 5th century AD, socks called “puttees” were worn by holy people in Europe to symbolize purity.
During the Middle Ages, the length of trousers was extended and the sock became a tight, brightly colored cloth covering the lower part of the leg. Since socks didn’t have an elastic band, garters were placed over the top of the stockings to prevent them from falling down. When breeches became shorter, socks began to get longer (and more expensive). By 1000 AD, socks became a symbol of wealth among the nobility. From the 16th century onwards, an ornamental design on the ankle or side of a sock has been called a clock.