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Diá de Los Muertos


Bamboo Socks


In Mexican tradition, one day in the year belongs to the dead. On November 2nd, they are granted celestial permission to visit friends and relatives on earth. The entire country celebrates their arrival with fiestas. Tombs are decorated with flowers. Altars are built displaying candles, incense, paper cut-outs and marigolds. The special guests are served favorite foods...For Mexicans, such rituals support their belief that death is a part of life.


Beautiful intense colors.


The sublimation printing process allows artwork and photographs to be transferred without resolution loss creating high quality imagery.

Products made using the sublimation process will retain their appearance for years.

Identical design front and back.


Ultra socks have full black bamboo cushioned footbeds with arch support, reinforced toes and heels and pique knitting to help them stay up. 


  • Streamlined design
  • High performance
  • Light weight
  • 46% polyester
  • 33% rayon from bamboo (which has antibacterial and antifungal properties)
  • 16% nylon
  • 5% elastane
  • Available in Large: Women's Shoe: 6-8   Men's Shoe: 8.5-11
  • Extra Large: Women's Shoe: 5.5-9   Men's: 9.5-12
  • Care instructions: Machine wash warm/tumble dry/do not bleach


Made in the United States




Wild Habitat Sublimation Ultra Bamboo Socks Day of The Dead

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