Ace and Everett Review

Based in New York, Ace and Everett is an American sock brand you should know about. They’re socks are made in America using Supima Cotton, Merino Wool, and Silk. Founded by 2 brothers, Sage and Cody, the brand name was named in honor of their grand father’s nick named “Ace” I have been watching this up and coming brand ever since I started my deep dive into sock fashion.

The socks have an architectural nature to their design. It’s intentional and largely inspired by the buildings in Manhattan. They maintain their complex knit due to what’s called a double cylinder construction. It’s a technique that knit machines employ to make sure you get complex details with a three dimensional patterns. The socks have sleek feel when you try them on. They feel like dress socks. They have a surprise factor: at first glance the design might appear one way but until you slip your foot on then the sock stretches to reveal a more complex design.

These socks could be worn for both formal and casual tastes. The fall a bit on the higher end but you get what you pay for. Longevity , Complexity and Great Color Retention!!

Check out styles like The Baxter, The Thompson, or Lexington and tell me you wont get compliments

Comfortably fits men sized 7 - 14.

71% Supima Cotton, 28% Nylon, 1% Spandex

43% Merino Wool, 28% Supima Cotton, 28% Nylon, 1% Spandex


53% Cotton, 28% Nylon, 17% Silk, 2% Spandex

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