Socks with Snaps is an attachment mechanism comprised of a set of fasteners to attach a pair of socks together, thereby prohibiting socks from becoming lost or mismatched.
Inventors Christy F. Sorby and John Kevin Sorby of Byron, MI have created an attachment mechanism comprised of a set of fasteners to attach a pair of socks together, thereby prohibiting socks from becoming lost or mismatched.
It is a common frustration when one cannot find a matching pair of socks. Sometimes it seems as if socks disappear out of thin air. Looking for a missing sock can be frustrating and time consuming. Replacing pairs can become costly over time. Inventors Sorby have created a means of fastening socks together to eliminate the possibility of misplacing them while not in use.
This clever new invention keeps socks together. It prevents lost or mismatched socks. Socks stay snapped through the laundry cycle. The invention consists of durable snaps. A pocket flap secures lightweight items. The use of the Socks with Snaps keeps a pair of socks together in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.