Monkey sox are back and this time they've gone casual!
We are very excited to have partnered once again with Monkey Sox to bring you an exclusive MS Trust design.
James Carvell (who was diagnosed with MS in 2016) and his wife Lianne, set up Monkey Sox, to find a positive way to deal with having MS in their life, whilst raising awareness and money for charity. The result was a range of colourful odd socks, representing how the body acts and feels different left to right, for those living with MS. The odd socks theme is carried throughout their range and this new, exclusive design features Mr Monkey Sox himself on one sock, and the MS Trust duck on the other! They are super comfy and fun, with £3 from every pair sold being donated to the MS Trust. They would make a great present, or why not treat yourself? We can’t wait to see more MS Trust Monkey Sox strutting their stuff!
Order yours at monkeysox.org/mstrust
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