St. Patrick’s Day Socks (4 leaf clover on outside, green skull on inside )
St. Patrick’s Day Socks (4 leaf clover on outside, green skull on inside )

St. Patrick’s Day Socks (4 leaf clover on outside, green skull on inside )

$18.00

Plush thick terry padding thru out will make this the most comfortable tube sock you have ever worn. Proudly made in USA!

We want to introduce our new St. Patrick’s Day Four Leaf Clover socks. Last year was the first time in 258 years NYC cancelled the St. Patrick’s Day Parade so this year we won’t be denied. We choose the 4 leaf leaf clover as a symbol of luck for all in the new year. After one of the worst years in a century we could all use use some. Hundreds of years ago in Ireland, the four-leaf clover became a symbol of luck with the four leaves representing faith, hope, love, and success.
The Druids (Celtic priests), in the early days of Ireland, believed that when they carried a three-leaf clover or shamrock, they could see evil spirits coming and have a chance to escape in time. Four-leaf clovers were Celtic charms, presumed to offer magical protection and ward off bad luck. Children in the Middle Ages believed if they carried a four-leaf clover, they would be able to see fairies.