"Victory or Death" Socks
Our original design is a reminder of the huge risk and critical victory by Washington and his men on Christmas Day night in 1776. The stars are based on a surviving flag used at George Washington’s headquarters. Part of the pass phrase is on one sock and the rest on the other, along with Washington’s signature and the date of the attack.
"Join or Die" Socks
Taken from the original illustration in Franklin’s The Pennsylvania Gazette, May 9, 1754. Originally, a warning to the colonies, urging them to unite against the French and Native American allies, and later used as an appeal to the states during the Revolutionary War. The rattlesnake segments are labeled, S.C., N.C., V., M., P., N.J., N.Y., and N.E.