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Socks that Protect Oceans

Each Pair Restores Oceans

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Make waves supporting healthy oceans: These socks feature crashing waves in shades of blue and the Oceana logo embroidery. Each pair supports Oceana and their work to restore oceans and save marine life.

 

  • Made in India
  • 75% Fairtrade Organic Cotton, 23% Recycled Polyester, 2% Elastane
  • Fairtrade, GOTS, and Vegan Certified
  • Machine wash cold. Do not Bleach. Tumble dry Low. Do not Iron.
  • Terry padding for comfort
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    Socks that Protect Oceans

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    Socks that Protect Sharks

    each pair restores oceans

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    Take a dive with these socks inspired by the ocean’s most dangerous predators! Featuring gray and black hammerhead sharks, these socks celebrate our support for Oceana, a non-profit organization that helps protect sharks through their work restoring the world’s oceans. Oceana seeks to make our oceans as rich, healthy, and abundant as they once were, and Conscious Step contributes to Oceana to support this mission. Don’t worry, these shark socks won’t bite!

    Organic Cotton
    Vegan
    Fairtrade Certified
    Sustainable

    Socks that Protect Sharks

    $19.95

    Restore Oceans
    Oceans cover 71 percent of the globe, and less than four percent remains unaffected by human activity including overfishing and pollution causing long-lasting damage.
    Getting Their Feet Wet
    Restoring our oceans to healthy abundance is possible with policy victories in countries that protect marine ecosystems around the world, along with strategic, measurable outcomes that support biodiversity.
    Marine Life Large and Small
    Nearly 4 million square miles of ocean habitat have already been saved by creating protected areas, restricting fishing, and by banning trawling. These habitats serve as a nursery for young fish which support mammals, turtles and sharks.