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Afrisocks

Afrisocks

Burkina
$10.00
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. "Burkina" means "honest" or "upright" in the Mossi language spoken in Mali, Togo, and Burkina Faso.  This pattern is modelled after the Dashiki, a design popularised in the 1960s by African American liberation activists. The shape of a tradition Dashiki garment is a loose-fitting pullover which originated in West Africa as a functional work tunic for men. The socks are 90% Cotton, 8% Polyamide, and 2% Elastan.
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. "Burkina" means "honest" or "upright" in the Mossi language spoken in...
Oga
$10.00
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. Oga means "Boss" or "manager" in the Yoruba language, spoken in Nigeria. It's a versatile word -  It can be used to refer to one's superiors, or as a compliment - "you're a big Oga". It can also be used to refer to a friend, sort of like "dude". This design was inspired by Nigerian Ankara prints which are popular throughout West Africa. The socks are 90% Cotton, 8% Polyamide, and 2% Elastan.
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. Oga means "Boss" or "manager" in the Yoruba language, spoken in...
Tro-tro
$10.00
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. "Tro-tro" is a Ghanian slang for shared minibuses that drive around towns. It's the popular and cheap means of transportation for most Ghanians. Tro-tros are crowded, full of characters, noise, and drama, so you get some entertainment and transportation at once. This design was inspired by traditional Ghanaian Kente cloth. The socks are 90% Cotton, 8% Polyamide, and 2% Elastan.
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. "Tro-tro" is a Ghanian slang for shared minibuses that drive around...
Kubolor
$10.00
Premium designer cotton socks send your way from Ghana. "Kubolor" is a Ghanaian slang originating in the Ga language. The word means "vagabond", and refers to those who enjoy life on the street, wandering or roaming around. This pattern was inspired by Ghana's traditional Kente cloth The socks are 90% Cotton, 8% Polyamide, and 2% Elastan.
Premium designer cotton socks send your way from Ghana. "Kubolor" is a Ghanaian slang originating in the Ga language. The...
Boga
$10.00
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. "Boga" is a popular Ghanaian slang for a successful or rich Ghanaian who lives abroad. The word references the city of Hamburg in Germany, which is home to many Ghanian immigrants. When hearing the word "Boga", most Ghanians think of someone who went to hustle abroad, came back to Ghana, and is considered successful. This design was inspired by traditional Ghanaian Kente cloth. The socks are 90% Cotton, 8% Polyamide, and 2% Elastan.
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. "Boga" is a popular Ghanaian slang for a successful or rich Ghanaian...
Dumsor
$10.00
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. "Dumsor" is a popular Ghanaian slang which means "off and on". The word is derived from the Ashanti-Twi dialect spoken in Ghana. It is the term used to describe constant and uncertain electric outages. A few years ago, during a tumultuous election period, Ghana experienced many "Dumsors", but nowadays, you can rely on good power pretty much anywhere. The socks are 90% Cotton, 8% Polyamide, and 2% Elastan.
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. "Dumsor" is a popular Ghanaian slang which means "off and on". The word...
No Wahala
$10.00
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana.  "No Wahala" means no worries in the Hausa language. It's a common phrase in Nigeria and Ghana. It's a great way to say "it's cool" or "don't worry". This design was inspired by Nigerian Ankara prints which are popular throughout West Africa. The socks are 90% Cotton, 8% Polyamide, and 2% Elastan.
Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana.  "No Wahala" means no worries in the Hausa language. It's a...