The Sox Box Reviews

The Sox Box
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About The Sox Box
The Sox Box is a fun company focused on making quality active wear and giving back through many charitable contributions.  They have pledged to give 20% of all Sox Box profits to the Independence Fund - a non profit supporting wounded service members.
 
The company was founded by a husband and wife team that fused her passion for crossfit with his desire to support members of the military. The result is a business that helps crossfitters and other athletes express themselves through fun sox while supporting notable charities.

Product and Materials:

The Sox are made from 68% Cotton, 25% Nylon, 4% Spandex and 3% Polypropylene.  They are designed to withstand the rigors of tough workouts without bunching up or slipping.
 
They feature 100% american comb cotton, a cushioned sole, smooth toe seam, a thin breathable top, and stay up elastic.  They are also designed, created and manufactured in the United States.
 
They come in variety of styles that fit the tastes of runners or lifters and come in knee high or crew versions.

Customer Service:

The refund policy for Sox Box states that unworn and unwashed items can be returned for store credit or full refund.  If you have other questions you can contact them through their website or email at customersupport@thesoxbox.com.  They also have a useful FAQ section with lots of shipping and delivery information on it.

Online Reviews/Complaints:

They have great reviews online from a variety of fitness and lifestyle bloggers.  Everyone that evaluated a pair had only positive things to say about the level of comfort and the positive attention they received from the eye catching phrases.
 
The company also has a large and supportive community on Facebook with over 115,000 likes and they sponsor many competitive fitness athletes.

Competitors and Alternatives:

There is a growing number of retailers that offer crossfit style athletic socks, some others include Hylete, Life AsRx, Rogue Fitness, and Skins compression socks.

Where to Buy?

You can purchase Sox Box items directly from their website.  If you have tried a pair please leave your reviews below.
 
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