Holland 74 Home Socks
Johan Cruyff is synonymous with Football. No matter what the discussion is about, his name finds its way in.
In 1974, Holland was playing at the World Cup in West Germany, falling 2-1 to the hosts in the final. Surprisingly, one of the more memorable things from that World Cup was Johan Cruyff's kit. Despite being manufactured by Adidas, Cruyff refused to wear it, unless they removed the 3 Adidas 3 stripe on the kit, as he was sponsored by Puma. The Dutch FA buckled to his request. This pair is our nod to the man that changed the game.
These socks have been made in partnership with Classic Football Shirts and are made with combed cotton meaning they're breathable and are perfect for every occasion. They feature a zoned cushioned design and arch support to provide a snug and comfortable fit.