We are beyond excited to present our most unexpected collaboration to date, with the legendary Indian motorcycle maker Royal Enfield!
Based on emblematic motorcycling graphics, Happy Socks x Royal Enfield mini collection combines visions of contemporary socks and underwear, associating strong patterns and effective color combinations. Our mini collection includes three pairs of regular socks, three pairs of Athletic socks, two boxer briefs and a limited edition motorcycle helmet, mixing the universes of both brands. Shop the collection here!
To make it even more exciting, we collaborated on a Happy Socks x Royal Enfield Café Racer Continental GT motorcycle concept! The Royal Enfield Continental GT is the lightest, fastest, most powerful Royal Enfield in production. It’s a machine with a story, a nod to motorcycling’s finest hour. With distinct Happy Socks design, this makes for a perfect ride to express your style and take your happiness everywhere, on or off the road. Interested? Let us know and send your request here.
Royal Enfield is the world’s oldest motorcycling company in continuous production. With 115 years worth of experience, Royal Enfield delivers a pure motorcycling experience with its simple, resilient machines riding on some of the world’s toughest and most exciting terrains. To its customers all over the world, Royal Enfield means more than just motorcycles; it’s a sense of belonging to an exclusive community with unfading passion, emotion and interest. This is the mentality Happy Socks true fans also share.
Formerly known as The Enfield Cycle Company, Royal Enfield made motorcycles, bicycles, lawnmowers and stationary engines in Redditch, Worcestershire, England. The brand name “Royal Enfield” was licensed by the Crown in 1890. In 1949, Royal Enfield was sold to India. The Indian Government then chose the Royal Enfield Bullet model as the most suitable bike for its police and army forces. To execute this enormous order, Royal Enfield partnered with Madras Motors, who acquired 50% of the company. When production in England later ceased in 1970, the Bullet 350 continued to be manufactured in India. Finally In 1994, Enfield India became Royal Enfield. Today, Royal Enfield has set up a wide network of 11 concept stores, 250 dealers in all major cities and over 200 Authorised Service Centres all around the world. Read and see more here.