Kente socks
Woman in Kente socks and red heels
Man in bold, kente socks, wearing dress shoes
Yellow kente socks with a red backdrop
Kente socks


This design draws inspiration from the prominent African textile known as the Kente Cloth. It originates from the native land of the Akans, an ethnic group located in Southern Ghana. Akans refer to the cloth as nwentoma, which translates to "woven cloth." At the time of inception, it was the royal and sacred cloth worn during times of importance and was seen as the "cloth of kings. " 


  • Machine Wash in 40 °C / 104 °F.
  • Do not bleach or iron.
  • Socks last longer if kept out of the dryer.


  • 80% Egyptian cotton, 17% lycra, 3% elastic
  • 200 Needle


  • Over the calf