by Carol James September 02, 2019

Men with shoe sizes ranging between 13-16 can now find their perfect fitting pair of socks at Boardroom Socks. The high quality men’s dress sock company now offers big and tall over the calf socks for men with larger shoe sizes. These extended sizes have been phased out of many sock retailers due to probably lack of demand, leaving men wanting for properly fitting dress socks.

Boardroom Socks is excited to be offering “king size” dress socks (the term officially used to describe socks of these sizes). Knit from the company’s best-selling merino wool, this over the calf men’s sock line for larger foot sizes comes in black, dark navy, and grey heather sock colors. The new collection can be found here, with additional styles to be added soon.

Carol James
Carol James

Co-Founder, Boardroom Socks

Carol and her husband, Mike, started Boardroom Socks in 2010. She serves as our CFO and keeps all of us in line! Outside of the office, she enjoys reading, gardening, traveling and exercising.



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