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Runaway Crew Socks

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Norman Rockwell, The Runaway, Saturday Evening Post cover September 20, 1958.

Norman Rockwell brought Ed Locke and Massachusetts state trooper Richard Clemens to the Howard Johnson's restaurant in Pittsfield to be photographed for The Runaway. In the decades since the painting was first published, Clemens has seen it "become synonymous with law enforcement" conveying the mission to protect and serve. "Wherever you go, in state police agencies or law enforcement agencies, you'll find a picture of The Runaway hanging somewhere."

Licensed by Curtis Publishing. 65% combed cotton, 32% nylon, 3% spandex. Compostable and recyclable packaging materials.

Comfortable & breathable, made from premium cotton, these socks are super soft and lightweight, allowing your feet to breathe and stay cool during strenuous activity. The thin, elastic edging around the opening ensures the sock lays flat against your feet and prevents them from sliding down, but not too tight.

Keep your socks looking their best for years to come. They can be washed by machine or by hand. Machine wash cold with no bleach and hang to dry. Tumble drying, ironing, and dry cleaning are not recommended.

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