Rodin The Thinker Men's Socks

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While Auguste Rodin's The Thinker may be suspended in timeless reflection, you won't have to think twice about accessorizing with these delightful socks. The reinforced toe seam and stretchy band keep feet warm and comfortable, whether you're out and about or simply pondering life's big questions.

About the Work:  Auguste Rodin originally conceived a smaller version of this sculpture to sit atop his monumental bronze portal entitled The Gates of Hell (1880-1917). The figure was intended to represent Italian poet Dante Alighieri pondering The Divine Comedy, his epic story of Paradise and Inferno. However, in 1889 Rodin exhibited the sculpture independently of The Gates, giving it the title The Thinker, and in 1902 he embarked on the Museum's larger version.

  • Material 70% cotton, 27% nylon, 3% spandex
  • Mens sock size 10 - 13
  • Fits U.S. Mens shoe size 7 - 12.5
  • Machine wash in cold water inside out, without bleach, and tumble dry low; do not iron  
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