They're not too cold, and they're not too hot. Please see our Sock Size Guide for information about sizing, so you can find the pair that's just right.
How do I wash my socks?
Machine wash warm with like colors. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Do not iron. For best results, wash socks inside out.
What are your socks made out of?
Our knit socks are made out of delight, as well as 72% Cotton, 18% Spandex, 8% Nylon, and 2% Elastic.
Will you be offering any more sizes and designs?
You betcha! As we grow, we will expand our sizing and offer more and more designs. Sign up for our email newsletter to be the first to know about our new products.
Are all of your products in stock?
We do our best to always keep your feet covered! All of our items are displayed on the website. If an item is out of stock, it will be displayed as such.
Do you charge any extra fees?
The prices listed on the website are in US dollars. Shipping charges and sales tax will be calculated at checkout, as the applicable fees are based on package weight and your zip code.
Can I make changes to my order after I have placed it?
We try to ship your socks as fast as possible, so we may not be able to change your order. Please contact us, and we’ll do our best to help.
What’s your return policy?
We will accommodate your requests as best we can. Exchanges and returns must be made within 30 days of placing your order, and your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging with all labels intact. Please see our Refunds and Returns for more information.
Where is my confirmation email?
Sometimes things get lost in cyberspace. Please check your spam or junk folder. If you do not receive your confirmation within 24 hours of placing your order, please contact us.
What do you charge for shipping?
Shipping rates vary depending on the size of your order. Rates will be calculated at checkout prior to purchase.
How long will it take to get my order?
Don't worry. We'll get your socks to you as fast as we can. Orders are typically processed and shipped within 1-2 business days. Delivery takes about 3-7 business days. You will receive an email with tracking information once your items ship.
What countries do you ship to?
For now, we are only able to ship within the United States.
How can I track my order?
You will receive a confirmation email with tracking information once your order has shipped.
My tracking information says that my order was delivered, but I have not received it. What do I do?
Please check with the shipping carrier responsible for delivering your order. If you cannot locate your package, please contact us.
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What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept all major credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. All transactions are powered by Shopify.
Are the contents on your website protected by copyright laws?
Yes. The text, graphics, logo, icons, images, downloads, and more are the sole and exclusive property of Goldie Socks. All such materials are protected by copyright and trademark laws. Any copying, reproduction, modification, or distribution of any kind without the consent of Goldie Socks is prohibited.
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Two trains, 260 miles apart, are traveling towards each other. Train A is moving at a constant speed of 70 mph, and Train B is moving at a constant speed of 60 mph. How long does it take for both trains to meet?
Distance = rate x time In t hours, Train A will cover 70t miles. In t hours, Train B will cover 60t miles. Both trains will travel a distance of 70t + 60t. 260 = 70t + 60t 260 = 130t t = 260/130 t = 2 It will take 2 hours for the trains to meet.
Why are green olives jarred and black olives canned?
The black olive was invented in the mid-1890s in Oakland by a German lady named Freda Ehmann. She originally stored her olives in kegs and barrels before eventually putting them in glass jars for a tight seal. But in the early 1900s, olive-related illnesses started to emerge. Within a decade, the industry switched to a new standard for making the ripe California olive, which included heating them to 240 degrees. Cans could withstand the heat, while glass jars could not.
What did the sheets say to the bed?
Don't worry, I've got you covered!
How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop?
Several studies have been done, with results ranging from the mid-100s to the low 400s. With such a wide range of numbers, it's hard to tell. The world may never know.