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Get to Know: How to Fly

This sock looks good on paper, and this paper looks good on socks.

 

SITM: What is your life philosophy?

How to Fly: Being flighty is fine as long as you’re having fun.

SITM: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

How to Fly: I’d like to straighten up, fly right, and return to the fold.

SITM: What’s your superpower?

How to Fly: I help soar feet.

SITM: If you could be worn by one pair of feet, who would you choose?

How to Fly: A paper-pusher.

SITM: What do you do to relax?

How to Fly: Oragami.

 

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Get to Know: Pencil Me In

Sharp, and to the point—Pencil Me In doesn’t bury the lead.

 

SITM: Who do you look up to?

Pencil: All the pencil pushers out there. They don’t get enough credit!

SITM: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Pencil: Some may say that I’ll be replaced by pens and computers, but you can’t erase me from the future!

SITM: If you could be worn by one pair of feet, who would you choose?

Pencil: Teachers! They keep me relevant and I always make a point to let them know how important they are.

SITM: What do you do to relax?

Pencil: Sometimes I’ll just doodle in the margins—faces, spirals, flowers—could be anything. 

SITM: What do you think customers will like most about you?

Pencil: I’m pretty sharp, but not in the way that’ll hurt your feet!

 

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