Include a team logo and name, and player number on our custom pink breast cancer awareness mid-calf athletic socks the team will proudly wear for games. The moisture-wicking polyester socks are custom printed for a great looking pair of socks designed to keep a player's feet dry and comfortable all game long. Surprise the team with these special socks that are personalized for each member of the team, and make a strong statement for proud players who want to make a difference in the world, as well.
Comfort cushioning on high impact areas of the heel and ball of the foot
Available in multiple sizes: SMALL (recommended women's shoe size 5-8)(recommended men's shoe size 4-7) LARGE (recommended women's shoe size 8-12)(recommended men's shoe size 7-11)
Please Note: Our Printed Socks are made-to-order and the process used prints the design on the surface of the sock. This produces a crisp, vibrantly-colored image, but may leave imperfect ink coverage between the ribbing.
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I wanted to buy socks for a team of 18 players with the Chevy Chase Club logo and their number. What do I need to do to do that? I believe several teams did it last year.
Asked by: Mimi
Hi there, Mimi! Thank you so much for your interest in our Customized Printed Mid Calf Team Socks Hope. To order 18 pairs of socks with each players name, please add 18 of these socks to your cart and select whether you would like the logo on the front or the back on the socks. Then, whichever side the logo is not on, please select "Name." After selecting name from the drop down, please type "Will Email" in the personalization text field. Once you have submitted your order and received your order number, email email@example.com with your order number as the subject line. In your email please explain to the art department you would like numbers on the reverse side of the logo and specify the player numbers for all 18 pairs of socks. If you have any further questions, please let us know, as we would be happy to help in any way we can. Thanks, Mimi!