20.04.09 by Jeff

Cigarette Socks by Ashi Dashi

I want to preface this post by saying that if you send me something there is no guarantee I will write about it. I only write about what I like, and I receive a lot of product that I don’t mention on this site. Save yourself money by emailing me first! End rant. Ken runs a little sock company out of his apartment in Brooklyn, called Ashi Dashi. I love these ones he sent over that look like cigarettes!

ashi dashi cigarette socks

ashi dashi cigarette socks

ashi dashi cigarette socks

ashi dashi cigarette socks













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • and those whale ones were designed by Emil Kozak!

    http://www.emilkozak.com

  • Those are awesome!! I really really love the cigarette socks! Where can I get these?

  • haha… nevermind found them!

  • Waow! They’re so kitsch and cute, and they look really snuggly. They make me glad it’s almost winter in Australia, I’m dreaming of hot coffee and these cigarettes.

  • Amy

    I like the pencil socks! The intestines are a little creepy – but pretty if you forget what they are supposed to be!

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  • padmag totally bit the booooooom look for their pic. first thing i thought was of the Booooooom logo.

    sick socks though.

    • that’s actually the icon i made for any sites that link back to a post! haha thanks for looking out though!

    • you’ll notice linkbacks “blog love” stay at the bottom.

      • oh hey, good idea man. props!

  • Ha! Those are brilliant socks :)

  • hahahahahaah i love it!

  • The Cigarette Socks by Ashi Dashi are very lovely!

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