Critically Endangered Socks Review and Giveaway

Critically Endangered Socks Review and Giveaway

I do not know if I am proud or sad to be featuring Critically Endagered socks.  I am proud as it gives me the chance to raise awareness of critically endagered animals around the world.  But I am sad that these animals need awareness raising to save them

About Critically Endangered Socks

10 years ago the founder of Critically Endangered Socks Dom Desmond visited Borneo. And one of the world’s oldest rainforests and a plethora of critically endangered spercies. Dom visited the island’s northern jungles and spotted the critically endangered Borneo orangutans int he wild for the first time.

Going forward 10 years and the once lush rainforests have fallen victim to palm oil plantations and illegal logging. In 2017 Dom returned to Borneo and witnessed the sites of destruction the the rainforests had become.  He met with Friends of the National Parks Foundation, who work to protect and restore areas of primary rainforest by purchasing it.

This is where Dom thought up Critically Endagered Socks. With the mission to eventually help every critically endangered animal on the brink of survival by selling the most beautiful crafted, ethical products they can create.

The range of socks

Depending on which pair of socks you buy, will depend on which charity they donate 20% of the sale to.

The limited edition Borneo orangutan sock with only 1000 made.

Limited edition Amur Leopard Sock with only 1000 made.

The limited edition Maui Dolphin sock with only 1000 made.

Limited edition Sumatran Elephant sock with only 1000 made.

The limited edition Hawksbill Turtle sock with only 1000 made.

Each pair is made from a soft and sustainable blend of cotton and bamboo. And comes with an endangered animal fact sheet . £12.00 or you can buy all five pairs for £48.00.

You can find out more about each of the charities here

Critically Endangered Babies

There is also some exciting news on the grapevine. They are soon going to be launching a new campaign. Selling eco friendly baby socks.  Which help to protect some of the world’s most critically endangered baby animals. You can find out more at their website.

Giveaway

The team are very generously offering one of my readers the chance to win 5 pairs of socks.  Please see below on entry details.

Critically Endangered Socks

Good luck, if you are feeling lucky why not check out my other giveaways.

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92 comments

  1. The Mauo dolphins are my favourite but I also like the leopard ones too. These are s great ideas to increase awareness

    1. They had me at Orangutans and then all the others quickly followed, such a great way to raise awareness and gve something back

  2. What a great company! I love that it supports such a good cause. I studied marine science in college and it is near and dear to my heart – I would love a pair that supports to Oceanic Society.

  3. This is a really worthy cause to make a donation, protecting critically endangered animals is vital! Definitely go onto their website!

  4. I would choose the Hawksbill Turtle, love the ocean and devastating what is happening to this wonderful habitat

    1. It is a very good cause. I was watching a tv program about this yesterday and it really shocked me seeing it with my own eyes how the rain forest are suffering

  5. My favourites are the Sumatran elephant socks as I have a very soft spot for the intelligence, beauty and family bonds of elephants.

  6. I’d choose the Amur Leopard socks. Not only are they supporting an excellent cause but they are lovely socks too!

  7. I would choose the Borneo Orangutan. My son is going to Borneo this summer to help with reforestation so I would love to give him a pair as a going away gift. Thank you! 🙂🤞🏻

  8. Gosh, its so difficult to choose, they are all so lovely and such beautiful creatures. So if I have to choose, I’d begin with The Hawksbill Turtle.

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