Colorful Socks and Crazy Socks in Vibrant Colors - Johns Crazy Socks

Colorful Socks and Crazy Socks in Vibrant Colors

Show your personality with fun and cool socks from John’s Crazy Socks. The world’s largest sock store, John’s Crazy Socks offers the broadest range of socks so you can personalize your purchase and let your creativity run wild. And when you do, you will be joining John’s Crazy Socks mission to spread happiness and show what people with differing abilities can do.

Located in Farmingdale, New York and shipping around the U.S. and the world (88 different countries!), John’s Crazy Socks has become world famous for it fun, colorful and beautiful socks. Listen to why John Cronin, the co-founder and inspiration behind John’s Cray Socks wanted to sell socks:

“Socks are fun, colorful and creative. They always let me be me.”

John with his crazy socks

Indeed, with more choices than any other sock store, John’s Crazy Socks has something for everyone. As we approach the summer, John’s Crazy Socks has no-show socks and ankle socks to go along with their crew socks, knee high socks and over the knee socks. They also have king size or XL socks and wide-thigh socks. And for people on their feet all day, John’s Crazy Socks has a growing collection of compression socks.


“I really love our fuzzy socks,” said John, “I wear them like slippers some days. We have socks for men, women, children, toddlers, we have socks for everyone. “

With more designs than any other store, John’s Crazy Socks has the perfect design to express your personality and your mood. Or to give as a gift. Their collections include food socks, book socks, beer socks, wine socks, animal socks, dog socks, cat socks, bigfoot socks, sloth socks, taco socks, floral socks, graduation socks, mermaid socks, unicorn socks, llama socks, wedding socks, sports socks, funny socks, patriotic socks, gift socks, Father’s Day socks, Fourth of July Socks, and many, many more.  

socks from John's Crazy Socks

“With the summer coming,” says John, “you can look cool and stay cool in our socks. We have great socks for summer.”

Every sock sold by John’s Crazy Socks has to meet two criteria: it has to spread happiness and it has to meet John’s approval. “I make sure our customers only get the very best socks,” said John. Indeed, John’s Crazy Socks backs their promise to deliver happiness by guaranteeing happiness or your money back, no questions asked. “We really want you to be happy,” said, John.   

Customers agree as John’s Crazy Socks has fiercely loyal customers. The store has over 29,000 five star reviews and 96 percent of all reviews are five star reviews.

John’s Crazy Socks matches great service to their great socks. They promise same day shipping – your order comes in, it goes out the same day. And every package gets a thank you note from John and some candy.

Come for the socks, but you will stay for the story. In addition to being an entrepreneur and sock tycoon, John Cronin also happens to have Down syndrome. John will tell you, “I have Down syndrome. Down syndrome never holds me back.”

The company works every day to show what people with differing abilities can do. More than half their employees have a differing ability. They host tours and work groups from schools and social service agencies. John and his co-founder and father, Mark X. Cronin, are frequent keynote speakers and their advocacy work has seen them testify twice before the U.S. Congress and speak at the United Nations.

John’s Crazy Socks also have an extensive Giving Back program. They start by donating five percent of earnings ot the Special Olympics because John and many of his colleagues are Special Olympic athletes. And they have a large collection of awareness socks that celebrate causes and raise money for those causes. Charity partners include the National Down Syndrome Society, United Cerebral Palsy and the Autism Society of America. John’s Crazy Socks has raised over $500,000 for its charity partners.  


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