This New Zealand native bird is too cute not to wear around, which is why we designed these women's kiwi bird crew socks! These animal socks feature a cute kiwi bird walking near kiwi fruit with many other kiwis at the bottom of the socks to show how this bird got its name, along with their adorable "kee-wee" sounds.
- You can't go wrong with these adorable birds on these women's kiwi bird crew socks!
- Fits women's shoe size 4-10
- 60% Cotton, 37% Nylon, 3% Spandex
- Machine wash cold with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low. Cool Iron if needed.
- One pair per package
- Designed in Los Angeles. Imported.
60% Cotton, 37% Nylon, 3% Spandex
Machine Wash Cold With Like Colors. Use Only Non Chlorine Bleach When Needed. Tumble Dry Low. Do Not Iron. Do Not Dry Clean.
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How are these socks working for you?
Women's Kiwi Bird Crew Socks is rated
Rated 4 out of
Needs more kiwi birds!
I LOVE the colors in this sock, as well as the idea of combining kiwi birds and kiwi fruit, which I guess makes me extra-critical of where they fall short of how great they could be. To start, the kiwi bird at the top is much too large, making the overall design top-heavy. And why only one kiwi bird?! When I wear these socks with long pants, there isn't even a kiwi bird visible. They are such cute, comical-looking creatures, especially when seen standing and sniffing with their long, nostril-tipped beaks, which they aren't, here. Little kiwi birds in varying poses throughout the socks would have made them even cuter, I think. The logs apparently made of kiwi fruit make a nice albeit obscure (if intentional) reference to the fact that the birds sometimes rest in hollow logs, but they're not quickly recognizable as kiwi fruit, which is oval, if that was the intention.
Date published: 2019-11-04