For Immediate Release:
Carlsbad, CA - Inventor and founder of Pocket Socks Evan Papel has been awarded a patent (US D965284) for his innovative Pocket Socks design. These socks, which feature a pocket on the top of the leg, allow individuals to conveniently store and access their small personal items while on the go.
According to Papel, the idea for Pocket Socks was inspired when he was pick pocketed in Europe. "I wanted to create a solution that would allow people to keep their hands free and their valuables secure," he said.
The patent, which was granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, recognizes the uniqueness and novelty of Papel's design involving colorful use of yarns, zippers and pockets. "I used to be so heavily focused on travel security that I forgot how fun socks are. This patent rewards our teams’ creativity," he said.
Socks have become an essential accessory for personal and social expression, and Pocket Socks takes it to a new height by hand-sewing a zippered pocket into each pair. While the functionality of Pocket Socks are unique, the design and messaging is also. From Mother’s Day to fun colors, there is a clever pair that is perfect for a gift for friends and family alike.
Pocket Socks are currently available for purchase online and in select retail stores across the United States. They come in a variety of colors and sizes and are made with high-quality materials to ensure durability.
For more information about Pocket Socks, visit www.pocketsocks.com.
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