The first road car to implement racing stripes was the 1965 Ford Mustang GT350. These were also referred to as “go-faster stripes”.
The first racing stripes were applied to Cunningham team race cars in 1951 and they were white with two equidistant navy blue stripes down the center of the car. We’re replacing one navy stripe with a splash of lemon for your safety on the road.
*For every pair we sell, a buck goes to NICA
6 inches tall
Made in Italy, of course.
Your freshly minted socks are twice as good as more than half. Here’s why:
The cuff and calf are constructed with Filanca nylon yarn. Mint socks do not fall down.
Meryl Skinlife performance yarn is used in the foot bed for a soft yet solid fit around your coveted digits.
CARING FOR YOUR SOCKS
Hand or machine-wash on delicate using a mild detergent at 30° C or 86° F.
Air or line-dry; lay flat if possible.
DO NOT BLEACH, IRON, OR TUMBLE DRY.