Kid's Beaver, Moose, & Goose Socks
Is your little one a silly goose or a busy beaver? Let them show their wild side in these beautiful Beaver Moose Goose Kids socks!
Friday Kid Socks come three to a pair! That’s right folks. Three super fun mismatched matching socks! So... if you lose one, no sweat. If you grow another foot, you’re in luck. Three socks equal one pair of awesomeness.
XS (ages 1-2) US shoe size 3-4.5 / S (ages 2-4) US shoe sizes 5-9 / M (ages 5-7) US shoe sizes 10-2 / L (ages 8-12) US shoe sizes 3-6
XS (ages 1-2) socks have grippies on the bottom to help keep your littles balanced.
Produced using GOTS Certified Organic Combed Cotton*
OEKO-TEX® 100 Certified*
No-Feel Toe Link™
The heels and toes of our socks are reinforced with cotton to keep them soft. No holes here!
Yarn blend extends inside the top cuff for extra durability and comfort, and we have sewn thread closures on all labels.
85% GOTS Certified Organic Combed Cotton*, 12% Nylon, 3% Elastane
About our material certifcations.
*GOTS is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, including ecological and social criteria, backed up by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain. GOTS certified final products may include fibre products, yarns, fabrics, clothes, home textiles, mattresses, personal hygiene products, as well as food contact textiles and more.
*The OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is a comprehensive, third-party testing and certification system for textile products at all stages of production. Textiles can only be certified if all components meet the specified requirements. Test criteria are updated annually and go far beyond existing legal regulations.
We're proud to be an ethically made brand.
All of our socks are made in Italy from safe materials and cotton that is OEKO-TEX® 100 Certified. Hit the button below for sock care instructions and tips.
Quality craftsmanship is our jam.
Our family-owned partner factory makes Friday Sock Co. socks in small batches, which helps to ensure quality control! Polyamides left over during yarn production are recycled or re-used.