Solid bands of bold, primary and secondary colors make it easy for American Trench to model a sock after Sol Lewitt’s iconic architectural style.
The Sol Sock was inspired by American conceptual artist and painter, Sol Lewitt (1928-2007). He worked in a variety of mediums including paintings, drawings and lithograph prints. American Trench drew inspiration from his “wall drawings” series which contain large stripes in bold and primary colors - particularly the installation at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.
American Trench's Sols Crews are knit from the same cotton as AT's own iconic style - the Kennedy Crew. Knit on a 168-needle machine, these socks are super soft but stay firm on your leg.
- 77% combed cotton, 14% Nylon, 7% polyester, 2% Spandex. Machine wash, Tumble dry
- UNIVERSAL FIT (one size fits most men & women) crew fit, stays firm on the leg
- Knit in the Hickory region of North Carolina at a family owned knitting mill operating at the same location for over thirty years. The Hickory region has been a concentrated center for hosiery knitting mills, yarn spinning companies, and dye houses stretching back to the 1930s and 40s. Made in the USA, some yarn imported from Italy.