Mending the Nets Socks
"Mending the Nets" by Josephine Sibley Couper features the portrait of a Gloucester fisherman in his bright yellow raincoat. This man, whose name has been lost to history, was a well-known character in the Rocky Neck Artists' Colony in Massachusetts, where he ran the tourist boat concession. He was a Civil War veteran who won a Medal of Honor for his service in the Northern blockade of North Carolina.

These socks are extra comfortable thanks to their cushioned bottom. The foot is black with artwork printed along the leg with crisp, bold colors that won't fade.

• 60% nylon, 22% cotton, 18% spandex
• Crew length
• Cushioned bottom
• Ribbed leg
• Blank product sourced from China

These socks are custom printed for you immediately after placing your order! Please allow a few days for your socks to arrive.

Mending the Nets Socks

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    200 e saint john street spartanburg sc 29306


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