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Spotlight: Croydon Sock Factory

Fashion for your feet – over three generations!

If you’re tired of trying to match all the stray socks in your drawer, or seeking the best in compression socks, look no further than Croydon Sock Factory.

You never have enough socks, even in the summertime.

At Croydon Sock Factory, purchase pairs of locally made socks that will never let you down in quality or foot care, no matter the season.

They are back open to the public, located at 931 River Road in Croydon, and are eager to greet customers new and old.

This community sock factory has been family owned and operated for three generations.

Fred Bernhardt is the current president, passed down from his father. He runs the sock factory with his wife, Joanne, who enjoys overseeing the sock production. You can find socks of all shape, size, texture, color – and purpose!

Dress socks to diabetes socks; socks to celebrate the holidays and so on. You can even order custom logo socks for your team or the entire family.

Fashion that family reunion with festive footwear!

“Two of our biggest sellers have always been diabetic socks and compression socks,” says Joanne. “We’ve also had people come in for all sorts of custom orders – from sweet 16 birthday parties to bridal parties and sports teams.”

Compression socks are helpful for people with heart conditions.

Croydon Sock Factory is proud to be the oldest manufacturer of prosthetic socks in the US.

Their development team is constantly researching, designing and developing new products to serve their customers as well as provide the best value and quality.

Check them out on Facebook, give them a follow, and stop by for a special Overstock Sale on 3-pack packages of socks.

Leave your feet feeling happy! Stock up before the cold weather returns.

PHOTO CAP: Fred Bernhardt (right), owner/president of Croydon Sock Factory with his son, Greg.

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