Boldfoot USA recently launched a Kickstarter campaign and met their $7,500 funding goal within five hours. The team quickly reached $20,000, which allowed the company to unlock their “Ankle Athletic” style.
The team’s biggest focus is on on the quality of the their materials. Since their launch in 2014, Boldfoot USA has earned an average 4.9+/5 star rating across hundreds of positive reviews and offers 3 months of “Sock Insurance” with every purchase, protection from rips or holes. What’s more, they proudly donate 5% of profits to U.S. Military Veterans in need of jobs, housing, improved health and more. Made out of 73% supima cotton from California, combined with 25% nylon and 2% spandex, all knit in North Carolina, their 100% American supply chain ensures Boldfoot’s premium quality socks are not only extremely durable, but also supremely comfortable. Boldfoot’s products are effectively “grown and sewn in the USA.”
“We spent countless hours obsessing over the designs to offer great colors and patterns, and an abundant variety and uniqueness that consumers can be proud to wear,” said Founder Brad Christmann. “Our goal is for one pair of our socks to hold up longer than two pairs of the average socks purchased from retail stores, and quite frankly, we beat that goal by a long shot.”
This new Kickstarter campaign will launch 80+ new styles, expanding the brand to Women’s and Men’s XL sizes as well as their first-ever Athletics, Boldfoot USA socks are available for pre-order in quantities of 1, 3, 6, 10 and 20 pairs. All of the designs are available to backers at up to 50% off retail while on Kickstarter. For more information about Boldfoot USA socks, visit their Kickstarter campaign.
ABOUT BOLDFOOT USA
With less than 2% of apparel sold in the U.S. was made in the U.S., Boldfoot was launched in the summer of 2014 to help spark a new manufacturing movement. The initial Kickstarter project proved that there is demand for awesome American-made socks. The goal now is to expand Boldfoot’s reach. By supporting USA-made brands like Boldfoot, customers help spread the message that “Made in America” stands for something. For more information, visit https://boldfoot.com/.