The Zulu Zion Socks Invoke African Patterns and 90s Street Culture

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Published: Apr 16, 2014 • References: zuluzion & kickstarter
The Zulu Zion socks are a collection of brightly colored and boldly patterned socks that are inspired by African tribal art and funky 90s hip-hop subculture, all incorporated into a modern, forward-looking design. The socks aim to step away from overused striped and polka dot patterns and the use of safe, solid colors.

The creators of the Zulu Zion socks were adamant that their socks should reflect positivity and good vibes, so only the most vibrant and vivid colors were incorporated into the design, with dull and dark shades being completely shunned. These socks aren’t for the shy, but rather they are targeted towards people who aren’t afraid to wear eye-catching designs that stand out in a crowd.

Aside from bearing fresh and eye-catching designs, the socks are made from high-quality Italian thread and are designed to last for a long time so your positive vibes don’t wear out after only a few wears. Stats for Funky Tribal Socks Trending: Older & Mild
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