KCUB'D Naidoc Socks, the NAIDOC (Jakira) sock that aims to express culture and tradition.
KCUB'D Naidoc Socks, the NAIDOC (Jakira) sock that aims to express culture and tradition.

'Naidoc' Athleisure Socks

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NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. Its origins can be traced to the emergence of Aboriginal groups in the 1920′s which sought to increase awareness in the wider community of the status and treatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

We have always believed that culture and tradition are two of the most important factors towards unity. You should always have that amazing experience with your past to embrace the future that is meant for you.

This is why we have our created the NAIDOC (Jakira) sock that aims to express culture and tradition.

Our Promise

KCUB’D acknowledge the traditional customs,  and custodians of country -those who carried a connection with the land, waters, and the community. 

We promise to continue embracing the the Indigenous culture, and the importance of traditional aboriginal art and design.

It is our goal to always pay respects not just to the people of the present but also to the people of the past. 

Design 'Jakira'

Through the Naidoc design, you see a story 'Jakira' representing 'Moon and stars'. We showcase the beauty of Indigenous Culture,  and its customs through our sock designs. Truly majestic which is a representation of the artists behind the designs.

What to Expect?

Once you have got a hold of why you need these, you should then expect the following qualities that make these an unforgettable one.

  • Moderate cushioning throughout the sock for a secure fit with enhanced impact protection;
  • The material is made up of 95% Polyester and 5% Elastane; and 
  • It comes with engineered arch support stabilising your movement and with the targeted cushioning for added comfort where you need it most.

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