If hearing the word “pi” makes you start counting numbers instead of thinking about pizza or sweets, Pi Socks are a mandatory addition to your sock collection.
Rajan Mahadevan became the unequivocal master of pi in 1981 when he was able to recite an astounding 31,811 digits solely from memory. Hideaki Tomoyori wasn't having any of it, and in 1989, he smashed the record with 40,000 digits. And then Lu Chao recited 67,890 digits in 2005. Today, records are being set for over 70,000. But did any of them have their own Pi Socks? We doubt it.
With these Pi Socks, you'll be able to have 32 of those digits right by your 10 foot digits. Sure, even if you memorize those you'll still be about 70,000 digits away from the record, but at least you'll be able to take a step in the right direction. Plus, you'll be able to show everybody that you are dedicated to your pursuit of pi-fection.
Style: Crew Size: Sock size 10-13 will fit a men's shoe size 7-12 Sock Maker: Foot Traffic (Kansas City, Missouri) Materials: 65% Cotton, 15% Nylon, 15% Polyester, 5% Spandex Country of Origin: Taiwan