360+ Catchy Names For Your Sock Brand

So, you've come up with the perfect socks brand idea, but in order to launch, you need a name.

And not just a name, but a creative and descriptive name that will make you stand out.

The name of your business will forever play a role in:

  • Your customers first impression
  • Your businesses identity
  • The power behind the type of customer your brand attracts
  • If you're memorable or not

We've put together 400+ socks brand ideas, provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to name your business and give real-world examples of how other founders came up with the name of their business.

Ideas

Crafty ideas for your socks brand name

  • Bubbly Sock Co.
  • Sock Couture
  • Sock Lock
  • Foot Comfort
  • Tipped Up Socks
  • Sock Prints
  • Feet Street
  • Foot By Foot
  • Creative Socks
  • Socks For You
  • Color Pop Socks
  • Loot Socks
  • Foot Cardigan
  • Sock Hawk
  • Foot Savers
  • Put a Sock On
  • Sockwave
  • Bombas Sock
  • Sock Block
  • Poshsocks
  • Toe To Ankle
  • Blue Q Socks
  • SockSense Sock Co.
  • FITS
  • Only Footprints
  • Footies
  • Point6
  • On Your Feet
  • Plugged Socks
  • Punch Paste Socks
  • Planet Vibe
  • Slapback Socks
  • Essen Socks
  • Punchline Socks
  • Save On Socks
  • The Foot God
  • Panda Pals
  • Well Heeled
  • Athletic Socks
  • Sockworld Sock Nation
  • Sockitup
  • Sweet feet
  • Squishy Socks
  • Socks Box
  • Ankles to Thighs
  • Hot Foot
  • Dive Grid
  • Pixiesocks
  • Joy Feet
  • Sock Talk
  • Out of Print
  • Sock family
  • Complete Feet
  • Find Your Footing
  • Footed Friends
  • Flipp Knit
  • Socked
  • Slapped Apparel
  • Profeet
  • Sock Panda
  • Sock Solutions
  • BrightLife
  • Foot Besties
  • Sock Club
  • Narc Socks
  • Sweetie Feet
  • Fooled Out Socks
  • Best Socks
  • Feet meet
  • Sockshop
  • Smart Socks
  • So Socked Apparel
  • Sockparadise
  • Front Feet
  • The Riding Sock Co.
  • The Hyperbeast Apparel
  • Friendly Feet
  • Walk Like an Egyptian (Cotton)
  • Footed Folly
  • First Feet
  • Bluestar Socks
  • Crescent Sock Company
  • Collateral Socks
  • Happy Socks
  • Socks Around The Clock
  • Lowdown Apparel
  • Sock Shop
  • Cotton Socks and Beyond
  • Golden Toe Socks
  • Public Appeal Socks

Creative ideas for your socks brand name

  • Happy Feet
  • Good Quest
  • Sock Drawer
  • Walk This Way Socks
  • Cozy Feet
  • Blockhead Socks
  • Sock Doc
  • Locked in Socks
  • Play Day
  • Toe Trends
  • Cupidsocks
  • Toes Knows
  • Sockkings
  • Couturesocks
  • Solely Socks
  • Invisible Socks
  • Sock Me
  • Smash It Socks
  • Beatbop Apparel
  • Stay Adorn
  • The Sock Country
  • UrFeel
  • The Kickback Socks
  • 360Socks
  • No Nonsense
  • Feet Motion
  • Smack Sockets
  • Foot Favorite
  • Strideline Socks
  • Sock Sense
  • Great Bliss
  • Buzzle Socks
  • London Sock Co.
  • The Beatnik Socks
  • Happy Toes
  • Mark’s Socks
  • Ozone Socks
  • Socks Rock
  • Hot Footin’ It
  • Sockland
  • Comfort Socks
  • The Dope Sock
  • Sleeksocks
  • The Real Deal Apparel
  • Wind Sock
  • Fine Curves
  • Super Socks
  • Bare Zing
  • Sock Dreams
  • Sockday
  • Bright Lights Socks
  • ComfySecret
  • Slip In
  • Foot First
  • Rock Soft
  • The Gentleman Sock
  • Ever Foot
  • Sockexperts
  • Odd Sox Sox Box
  • Soft and Creative
  • Sock It To Me
  • Socks On
  • Slash Curve
  • Farm To Feet
  • Socktopia
  • Bobby’S Socks
  • New Dudes Socks
  • Dailysock
  • Wrightsock
  • Splendid Socks
  • Well Healed
  • Dobby’s Socks
  • Gold Toe Brands
  • Alivesocks
  • BerryFresh
  • Sock it To Me
  • Treat Your Feet
  • Top Drawer Socks
  • Big Foot
  • Happy Heels
  • Dewsocks
  • Lots of Socks
  • Questsocks
  • DeFeet
  • Whole Socks
  • Feet Needs
  • Satisfeet
  • Joysoles
  • Vivid Esse
  • Swiftwick

Fun ideas for your socks brand name

  • Slip-In Socks
  • Pure Purlz
  • Slip Into Socks
  • Mash Up Sox
  • Foot Support
  • Fox in Socks
  • The Perfect Fit
  • Say It With a Sock
  • Morning Sock Studios.
  • Socks Rocks
  • Complete Feet
  • Happysoles
  • Rock Your Socks
  • Black Socks
  • Favorite Feet
  • Comfy Feet
  • Sock Quest
  • Purepairs
  • Mitscoots
  • All Socks
  • Promo Socks
  • Put Your Foot Down
  • The Comfort Zone
  • Colorful Socks
  • Stance Sock
  • Society Socks
  • Foot care
  • Comfy Socks
  • Top Notch Toes
  • Feet Suite
  • Swiss Barefoot Company
  • Mixty May
  • 365Socks
  • Half Calf Socks
  • Smart Wool
  • Kiss My Socks
  • Wigwam
  • Feet Revive
  • Feetparadise
  • Wynkyn Sock Co.
  • Comfort Sense
  • Signix
  • Just Socks
  • Pop Socks
  • Just Socks
  • Sockfrenzy
  • So Glamorous Sock Prints
  • Paradise Socks
  • Sensational Socks
  • Feet Up
  • Physix Gear
  • Socks Up
  • Love Mist
  • Save Our Soles
  • Foot Steps
  • Feet Stone
  • Sole Comfort
  • Best Foot Forward
  • Next Sock
  • Cloutchasers Socks
  • Sock Jocks
  • Sporty Socks
  • Revsocks
  • Darn Tough
  • Rock Sock
  • Travelon
  • Fox River Mills
  • Chipped Socks
  • Sideline Socks
  • Deep Sea Apparels
  • Crock of Socks
  • Dead Soxy
  • Sockhopps
  • Vivasoles
  • My Left Foot
  • Fabsocks
  • Love Your Socks
  • Blue Cloud
  • Urban Tastebuds
  • Blackbuddy Socks
  • Loveday
  • Foot Joy
  • Feet First
  • Sock Drawer
  • Feet Street
  • Rain Socks
  • On Your Feet
  • Pretty Knit
  • BlueCloud
  • Comfy Secret

Cool ideas for your socks brand name

  • Comfyfeet
  • Therapeutic Socks
  • Under Foot
  • For Your Feet
  • Dapper Classics
  • Bootights
  • The Foot Doctor
  • Vitalsox
  • Urban Feet
  • Healing Heels
  • Meet Socks
  • Square Foot
  • So Socksy
  • Green Buddy
  • On Your Toes
  • Heel To Toe
  • Sock Clock
  • Sockpros
  • Hype Socks
  • Planet Socks
  • Warm Feet Socks
  • Hard-Rock Socks
  • Sock It To Me
  • Pul Up Your Socks
  • Sock Walk
  • Soft Socks
  • Fab Curve
  • Everyday Jog Sock
  • Lucimo Sock Co.
  • Dew Shades
  • Sock Superstore
  • Wheel House Designs
  • Waddup Apparel
  • Feet Wave
  • Foot Tender
  • Weheartsocks
  • Sock Fancy
  • Urban Sock Masters
  • The Babebooties
  • Nirvana Socks
  • Fuzicon Sock
  • Misty Socks
  • Sock Rock
  • Unique Socks
  • Foot Prints
  • Elite Sky
  • Sock Success
  • Gold Toe Socks
  • Calling All Feet
  • Solemate Socks
  • Real Monsters Socks
  • Uprose Sock Co.
  • The Knit Sock Masters
  • SockWork
  • Love Your Feet
  • Alively Sock
  • Simply Socks
  • Countyfeet
  • Cuffed Socks
  • Fab Knit
  • Best Foot
  • Auto Sock
  • Sock Universe
  • Sock Hop
  • Find Your feet
  • Frewbon
  • Treat Your Feet
  • Sock Hop
  • Around The Clock Socks
  • New Socks
  • Sock Dock
  • Boardroom Socks
  • The Roll Up
  • Suited Socks
  • Limelight Socks
  • Random Socks
  • By Foot
  • FEAT Socks
  • Color Feet
  • Sock Hop
  • Sweet Socks
  • Dawnsocks
  • Vixensocks
  • Socks Saver
  • Get Your feet Up
  • Trufeet
  • Street Of Feet
  • Dazzlesocks
  • Fill Your Socks
  • Tristar Socks
  • Ava Socks

Guide: How To Name Your Business

Why Is Your Business Name Important?

Your business name is one of the single most important pieces to starting a business.

Why?

Because your business name has power.

It reflects your reputation, your mission, values, and represents what people (and customers) are searching for.

It impacts the way in which people remember, refer you, and perceive your business

When choosing your business name, there's a lot to think about in order to get it right - so it's important not to rush this process.

Let's take a look at everything you need to consider before deciding on a business name:

Things To Consider When Naming Your Socks Brand:

Simple is always better

This means a few different things. Your socks brand name should always be:

  • Easy to spell
  • Easy to pronounce
  • Easy to remember

Consider avoiding long names as much as possible, as this will only lead your customers forgetting your name and feeling frustrated.

To test this point, try to think of any well-known reputable brand off the top of your head.

The first that come to mind for me are Alexa, Google, Nike, Apple - each unique in their own way (hence, easy to remember) , less than six characters and easy to spell.

Your Business Name Should Define What You Do

The name of your business should reflect a defining characteristic of what you do.

Before your customer goes to your website or speaks to you, the name of your business should spark some initial thoughts in their brain as to what you're all about.

For example, marketingexamples.com describes exactly what their company is about: providing great examples of marketing tactics.

Consider SEO When Naming Your Business

Bottom line: If you don't show up in google, you're going to make it that much more challenging for customers to find you.

There are several different aspects to think about when it comes to SEO & naming your socks brand:

  • Try not to pick a business name that's crowded with other businesses
  • Consider naming your business based on highly searched keywords
  • Make sure the name of your business matches search intent and what people are looking for

Think about the emotions you want to evoke

Your business name has the power to evoke certain emotions and thoughts from your customer.

It has the ability to evoke a positive or a negative feeling. An inclusive or an exclusive feeling. A fearful or a loving feeling.

It's not to say that any of these feelings are wrong, but it's important to ensure that they are in line with your values and mission.

For example, the brand Death's Door makes me feel a bit risky and uncertain - but that's the point. They're selling Gin.

Try Not To Pick Something Too Limiting

Your business name should be fitting for the future and growth of your business, that way you don't have to confront a re-brand down the road.

If you choose something too narrow, it may be challenging to diversify your product and revenue streams down the road.

Here are some tips to avoid making this mistake:

  • Try not to name the business after a particular geographical area (this makes it hard to grow in other areas)
  • Try not to name the business after only one product you sell
  • Try not to name something based on a current trend

Brainstorming Names For Your Business

If you're in the brainstorming phase and trying to come up with a business name, there are a few key things to think about in order to get the juices flowing:

  • Write out a list of words that reflect your brand, personality, team etc. These should be the first things that come to your mind and you shouldn't have to think too hard about it.
  • Look at competition in the space and see if there's a common theme. Write down some key words or phrases that resonate with you and add them to the list.
  • Think about the emotion you want to evoke with your business name
  • Ask yourself: If I had to describe my business in one word, what would it be?

From there, you can create a shortlist based on the words that resonate best with you and follow the naming guidelines above.

Find the domain for your socks brand

It's important to verify that the domain name is available for your socks brand.

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Although .com names are the most common and easiest to remember, there are other options if your .com domain name is not available. Depending on your audience, it may not matter as much as you think.

It's also important to thoroughly check if social media handles are available.

As soon as you resonate with a name (or names), secure the domain and SM handles as soon as possible to ensure they don't get taken.

Examples of Great Business Names

When choosing a business name, it's critical that you look at other examples of businesses not only in your space, but business names in other industries that have done particularly well.

Here are a few examples of great business names (+ how some of these businesses came up with their name):

Competitor Analysis Example

One great way to name your business is by looking at the competition and getting inspiration.

Gia Paddock, founder of Boutique Rye analyzed other businesses in the space and added her own personal spin to her business name:

A popular national brick & mortar women’s boutique that many may have heard of is called Francesca’s… How original, right? So we came up with Boutique Rye named after our son, Riley. We put "boutique" in front to be a little different.

The name "Boutique Rye" checks the boxes for naming a business:

  • Short and simple
  • Easy to spell and easy to remember
  • Clearly defines what the company does
  • Optimized for SEO (people searching for boutiques)
  • Unique and personal touch - tells a story.

Ask Other People

Sometimes, coming up with a name is as easy as asking other people, whether that be friends, family, people at a coffee shop, or in Spyq Sklar case, his own customer!

How we came up with the name Cat Sushi:

So, we put together a quick business plan and set aside some money that we were willing to risk. One of our loyal customers actually came up with the name. We still give them free cat food.

Read the full story ➡️ here

The name "Cat Sushi" checks all the boxes for naming a business:

  • Memorable and funny
  • Short and simple
  • Obvious that they sell treats for cats
  • Fun & unique story - their customer literally came up with the name of their business!

The Amazon Example

Formerly called "Cadabra", Jeff Bezos decided that the name was too obscure, hard to spell, and easy to misinterpret.

The name Amazon came from a simple dictionary search .

Jeff Bezos wanted something that started with an A, looked through a dictionary and came up with the word Amazon.

When he told his team, he didn't care for anyone else's input. He was set on it.

Here's how the word "Amazon" checks all the boxes (aside from being worth a trillion dollars):

  • Represents the largest river in the world, making it very memorable
  • The story and meaning of the word matches the vision of the company: To be the larger and better than any other business!
  • The name allows for future growth opportunity - they didn't name something specific to just "books," even though at the time, that's what it was.
  • Easy to spell, pronounce and recommend!
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