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Kalabule Kente Socks
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Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. “Kalabule” is a West African slang that refers to a shrewd, street-smart, sometimes illegal way to beat the system while doing business. It can be used as a verb or a...

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Nyamiye Ankara socks
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Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. “Nyamiye” is a Twi word that means “God is good”. It is a way to show appreciation to God, showing a form of gratitude, and giving people hope that someone is...

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Apuskeleke African Kente Socks
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Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. “Apuskeleke” is Ghanian slang describing those who wear fitting clothes that show off their body, curves, or skin. People use it as a compliment, on looks, style, and clothes, and as a...

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Aboki Mudcloth African Socks
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Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. “Aboki” is a Hausa word used to describe a friend or a good neighbour. Someone who is honest and shares your values. People often call business contacts “Aboki” when they’re looking...

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Akwaaba Kente African Socks
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Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. “Akwaaba” is a Twi word that literally means “welcome”. It is often said to those who come from outside Ghana, or traveled from a far location at the end of their...

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Onaapo
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Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. “Onaapo” is Ga-language slang literally meaning “you won’t even get it”. It’s a way to praise something nice or beautiful, that is so nice it’s nearly impossible to get. The term...

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Yaro
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Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. “Yaro” is Hausa slang which literally means “boy” or “child”, but can be used as a term of endearment to call a friend. You can use it as you use “bro”,...

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Comot
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Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. “Comot” is a Nigerian and Ghanaian pidgin word, popularised throughout West Africa. It means “Get out” or “Move out of the way”. You can often hear it while sitting in Lagos...

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Highlife
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Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. “Highlife” is a musical style which emerged in Ghana in the 1920s during the colonial period. Highlife is based on the traditional music of the Akan tribe, but is played with Western...

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Godiya
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Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. “Godiya” is a Hausa slang word meaning “giving thanks” and expressing a feeling of deep gratitude and appreciation. The Hausa language is spoken throughout Northern Ghana, Nigeria, Togo, Benin, Ivory Coast, and...

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No Wahala African Print Socks
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Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. "No Wahala" means no worries in the Hausa language. It's a common phrase in Nigeria and Ghana. It's a great way to say "it's cool" or "don't worry". This design was...

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Burkina African Socks
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Premium designer cotton socks sent your way from Ghana. "Burkina" means "honest" or "upright" in the Mossi language spoken in Mali, Togo, and Burkina Faso. This pattern is modelled after the Dashiki, a design popularised in the 1960s by African...

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