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These Star Trek Spock Socks Have Vulcan Ears

by Conner Flynn
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These Star Trek Spock Socks are completely logical. Allow me to channel my inner Dr. Seuss. Spock socks shock. They also rock. Whether on the outer rim or in dry dock. Be one of the flock and dress in Spock. It’s the fashion around the clock. Do you grok?

Okay, I make a terrible Dr. Seuss. Because I ran out of juice. My rhymes like a noose. Anyway, enough of that nonsense. I see you raising a Vulcan eyebrow.

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So these Spock Socks have ears sticking out of their sides, which may not be very practical if you wear pants or boots since they’ll get in the way, but if you wear these with some Starfleet shorts and a uniform top you’ll be alright. I’m sure you won’t get any weird looks at all.

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These bad boys are the logical way to keep your feet warm. They’re made of 80% Acrylic/17% Nylon/3% Spandex and 100% awesome. I feel like they are bound to follow this up with Romulan and a Ferengi versions. I can’t wait to wear Quark on my feet with his big Dumbo ears. I’d pay good Latinum for that.



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