It feels like overnight my firstborn tiny baby has transformed into the tall, hairy man. I'm still amazed that he is a senior and shaves. It just doesn't seem possible. At just 12 years of age he towered me - I'm only 5'1. His feet were a size 11 back then. Now at 17 he is just about 6 feet tall and wears a size 13. I love that he can reach up and change a light bulb for me so easily. I'm always amazed at how tall he is.
|My son towering over me! He isn't finished growing yet!|
You can imagine finding shoes at this size is somewhat a challenge. You know finding nice socks is also a challenge. The standard size is 6-12. That is a huge range! If we find a decent length then the part around the calves cuts into his leg. TallOrder.com is a unique family owned and family run online sock store. They specialize in socks for taller men. Ranges go from 12-15 all the way through to size 16-20!!
I'm pleased to share TallOrder.com socks in my holiday gift guide because not only are they wonderful, quality socks, they also are a give-back product. Customers who purchase Tall Order socks are also giving back - proceeds from TallOrder.com are donated to Tuesday’s Children, a nonprofit that offered support to co-founders Mike and Dan Friedman after losing their father on 9/11. The line is stylish and comfortable. I was really surprised at how generous the tops of the socks stretched to accommodate larger calves. There was a lot of thought put into this product and and company.
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