Gina Locklears colorful polka dot socks are as bold as her mission to bring sock manufacturing back to her Appalachian hometown, the former "Sock Capital of the World." When outsourcing dried up the local industry in the 1990s, her parents had to lay off almost everyone at their factory. But in 2008, Gina began making sustainable, organic cotton socks, and now it's running full time again. With vibrant threads colored using eco-friendly dyes and a cushy fit that's built to last, they might just give you dancing feet. Is it just us, or is someone playing an accordion? Made in Fort Wayne, Alabama.