Gifts Today magazine

Chatty feet

ChattyFeet socks are staging a rebellion against the boring and mundane, starting quite literally from the ground up

Designed to make the wearer smile from the moment they take off their shoes, ChattyFeet socks are a range of hilariously quirky characters that inject a touch of humour into everyday life.

From Don Cottone, also known as The SockFather and the most formidable of all footwear, to Prof. Brian Sox the recognizable floppy-haired physicist, each pair of ChattyFeet socks has its own unique and lively personality. Their Artist Collection is sold at Tate Modern Shop and features Feetasso, Andy Sock-Hole, Frida Callus and Vincent Van Toe. Created by two friends, Gil and Humberto and produced in Portugal,

ChattyFeet socks launched in 2012 with just four designs. Following a successful Kickstarter campaign in May 2013 they extended the range to the eight characters and now in 2017 they have 30 characters for kids and adults.

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