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Each sock is designed with a single point of inspiration, from seasons, to senses, moments in time, to influence from urban trendsetters. The designers and curators of the King x Portland collection think about how each design can be worn to complement pieces in your wardrobe and match the unique pace of your life. As a result, the designs are both versatile and stylish—a perfect fit for work x play.
Inspired by nautical wayfinding, The Charter is a map for anyone looking to forge their own path. It’s time to take chances, live with purpose, and do it all with style. Pair with whatever you want, because no one tells you what to do. (But browns and blues are a good place to start.)
Spring brings the return of colour: in nature, in wardrobes, and in outlooks. The Polychrome is equally at home with the last gasps of dark winter wardrobes and the first steps of bright spring looks. Wear with chukka boots and a peacoat for a cool goodbye, or with jeans and a trench to welcome warmer weather.
Combining the subtle speckle of nep yarn with straightforward geometric accents, this sock is stunning in its simplicity. Wear with a vintage-look leather work boot, cuffed jeans, and a navy peacoat for a classic winter look.
Named for Toronto's grand historic hotel, The Royal York blends a classic pattern with a modern palette to take you effortlessly from the ballroom to the penthouse.
A geometric update on a traditional design. The Hunt Club proves that you can still stand out when you blend in.
A modern gentleman knows several things: doors should be held, seats should be offered, and style should never be sacrificed for seasons. The Kingsman is a classic herringbone pattern that's simple enough to pair with anything, yet eye-catching enough to subtly stand out. Style tip? Oxfords, not brogues.
Socks should complement, not complicate. So, we designed a simple-yet-elegant sock made from a thicker knit that fits seamlessly into any fall wardrobe.
Just because it's been done before, doesn't mean you can't do it better. The Standard takes a classic pattern and remixes it with fresh, modern colours, The perfect palette for the fall and winter months, but bright enough to bring out the colour in the dog days of summer.
Our newest no-show, The Louis, is inspired by French high-fashion and bears all the hallmarks of Parisian elegance: simplicity, minimalism, and adaptability.
The first ever King x Portland no-show sock is here to give you some much-needed ventilation on those hazy summer days (and nights).
Created for Canada's 150th birthday, with geometry inspired by diversity and colours pulled from our Coat of Arms, The Heritage is a celebration of our great nation; of all it's been and all it will be. Cheers to another 150 years.
Inspired by the palette on canvas sails, The Lakeshore is a celebration of Toronto's waterfront. This sock is tailor-made for wandering along the boardwalk, or hopping the ferry to Ward's Island.
With a directionally-diverse pattern of four lines, one line, and six lines, our area-code inspired sock demanded a hat tip to one of Canada's most famous inventors.
Spring means new beginnings. The city returns to its true self as people come out of hibernation, casting aside drab winter wardrobes, and filling the streets with colour. Our March sock is a stylish way to banish winter blahs and embrace brightness in a way that's all your own.
Our version of a Houndstooth pattern. The Baskerville is a literary-inspired sock that pays tribute to another famous Hound. Bringing to mind leather-bound books and unsolved mysteries, it adds a touch of class when paired with a light-brown brogue, or wear with a bright shoelace for an unexpected pop of colour.
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