Who doesn't love getting packages in the mail? Well, here at The Sock Review, we most certainly do, so this month we are featuring Sock Panda's Panda Pals "Socktivity" packets; a monthly themed subscription service that is both fun and educational, including more than just exceptionally adorable socks. And good news for parents - Sock Panda, a California-based company, doesn't just offer kids styles, they also sell an array of trendy styles for adults that will be sure to fit your fashion needs. It's a "Win-Win," as kids will enjoy Panda Pals and parents & adults can appreciate giving practical gifts that are both unique and fun.
One of our favorite things to highlight about the company is that Sock Panda not only delivers great product, but they are just as dedicated to giving back and supporting the community, and we certainly commend that. Just this month, Sock Panda participated in Operation Gratitude, and they also donate to various shelters, hospitals, schools and more. As a consumer, you're also helping, as with every new subscription purchased, a pair of socks is donated to someone in need. Be sure to check out more details on their website.
Now we'll talk about some of the goodies we got in our first Socktivity packet, featuring June the Grasshopper, which happened to be filled with some cool bug-themed prizes and learning games! We kind of wished we were kids right about now, because it was so much fun opening the envelope, but as a quick note, the products featured in this post are focused on kids ages 3-8. :)
As we poured the contents of the envelope, we found not only two pair of fun kids socks (how awesome is that grasshopper?!), one character themed and one diamond pair that makes a great fashion statement. We also found some fun temporary tattoos, stickers and an activity page that includes word games and fun facts. All in all, we felt like this was a very creative approach to a childrens subscription packet because it provided not only fashion options, but that it was themed appropriately and the educational content showed us that there is purpose behind the concept. Very cool indeed!