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Chatty Feet Socks And Their Giveaway.

16th February 2015crelgey

I first wrote about CHATTYFEET last year. You can read my introduction to them HERE.

In a nutshell, without repeating myself, but for those new to the brand, I love the concept of CHATTYFEET. Turning the boring sock into a fun and possibly educational way of keeping your tootsies warm. Plus, they quite simply, make you smile.

It’s great that they cater for all the family, with Women’s, Men’s and Kid’s socks available. You can basically have your own shock show!

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If you’ve read my first review and or already know about the brand, you’ll know that these aren’t just any funny faced ‘ole socks, they have actual names and personalities. New ‘characters’ are added all the time.
The most recent addition, however, especially with winter on our doorsteps, is KIDS SLIPPER SOCKS. Which come in a choice of two brilliant characters, ‘Brad Feet‘ and ‘Prof Brian Sox‘. The kids’ socks are available in three sizes: 12-24 months (3.5-6 UK), 2-4 years and 4-7 years. The slipper socks and currently only available from the above link on ‘Not On The High Street’.

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Sets of socks are also available. There are six gift sets, of four different characters to choose from, which I’m sure would make anyone’s day. Plus there are Family Sets, which include one adult pair and a matching kids pair and lastly, Couples Sets, which has a ‘Commander Awesome’ pair and ‘Venus’ pair.

 

Now the really fun part…Why not enter their GIVEAWAY, where you can win a family pair of ‘Mr Grrrril’ socks and entry could no be easier!

Simply follow this link CHATTYFEET FAMILY SOCKS GIVEAWAY to their website and join their mailing list.

Good luck! Plus, I’d love to see you in your Chatty Feet if you’ve bought some, so please do link me up.

 

Find it: Website: ChattyFeet

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