I LOVE companies who make amazing products whilst doing something for the incredible creatures on the planet and that's exactly what Critically Endangered Socks are all about - every pair of socks purchases is helping to save critically endangered species.
ABOUT THE SOCKS
- 20% of the sale price goes towards helping the chosen chairty for this sock
- Each pair of socks is made from a soft and sustainable blend of cotton and bamboo
- Comes with an endangered animal fact sheet
- Bespoke recyclable cardboard box
- Small = UK 4-7 or EU 37-41
- Large = UK 8-13 or EU 42-47
ABOUT MAUI DOLPHIN SOCKS
These Maui Dolphin socks are a limited edition pair and only 1,000 have been made. These are a special partnership between Critically Endangered Socks X Whale and Dolphin Conservation.
Whale and Dolphin Conservation: The Maui Dolphin is one of the smallest dolphins in the world. But sadly also one of the most critically endangered. We’re helping the charity monitor the remaining Maui Dolphin species and lobby governments in New Zealand to ban trawling and netting.
Maui Dolphin Socks - Critically Endangered Socks
"Our story begins in Borneo, home to the world’s oldest rainforest and a plethora of critically endangered species. A decade ago, our founder Dom Desmond visited the island’s northern jungles and spotted the critically endangered Borneo orangutans in the wild for the first time. Fast-forward ten years and the once lush rainforests have fallen victim to palm oil plantations and illegal logging.
Dom thought up a company that would go where no company had gone before - using funds from sock sales to help this NGO protect the Borneo rainforest. The idea quickly grew into a company that would support five of the world’s most endangered species. And that’s how Critically Endangered Socks was born. But it doesn’t end there. Our mission is to eventually help every critically endangered animal on the brink of survival by selling the most beautifully crafted, ethical products we can create.
So, as our slogan states, our socks save species. We must act now if we want to rescue some of the earth’s most beautiful creatures from the brink of extinction. The simplest way to do that? By wearing your heart on your feet.