Blacksocks.com Introduces Lightweight Sock Option

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Blacksocks, an eCommerce site offering high end socks for busy men, is introducing "Business Light," a new lighter weight style. Blacksocks is a 10-year old successful company that offers annual "sockscriptions" (3 pair/3 times a year). Consumers can also order sample packs to test the product. Shipping is included. The site also carries men's underwear and T-shirts, all made in Italy.

Blacksocks the online marketplace and creator of the innovative Sockscription service, has introduced a new lightweight sock for summer -- and consumers who live in warmer climates year round. The high concentration of mercerized cotton - also known as til d'ecosse - makes the new Business Light sock thin enough for summer use but durable and resilient for the office and everyday wear.

The finely constructed socks, manufactured in Northern Italy, are made of 74% mercerized cotton, 24% Nylon and 2% Lycra, used for reinforcement in the heel and toe areas. Business Light socks are manufactured in accordance with the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 and are allergy-tested and non-irritating to the skin.

Business Light socks are available at http://www.blacksocks.com via the Sockscription service, which delivers three pairs of socks, three times a year, for $95 (includes shipping), or individually for $11 and as a three-pack for $32. Other style options include calf, knee, athletic, ski and cashmere silk socks.

About Blacksocks:
In 1999, Blacksocks invented the Sockscription to liberate the world of sock sorrows. For an annual fee, customers receive three pairs of high-quality socks by mail, three times a year. In September 2008, Blacksocks celebrated a milestone when the one millionth pair of calf socks was sold. After ten successful years in Europe, Blacksocks made its North American debut in 2009, offering the same hallmark attributes of convenience, service, and quality to US customers. For further information: http://www.blacksocks.com.

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