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Hanukkah Socks

Hanukkah socks with challah bread, a menorah, a dreidel and the words "Oy vey."

At the time of year when everything is red and green, sometimes when you are a Jew things can seem a little blue. Luckily we have these cool Hanukkah socks for men and women with fun designs like dreidels, cats, menorahs and funny sayings. We hope these cool socks will help you have a fun and happy Hanukkah!

Funny Oy Vey socks for men with Hanukkah candles and dreidels


Funny Hanukkah Socks

Wearing a pair of socks that say "Oy Vey" is the perfect response to all the mishegoss you have to put up with from your family at the holidays — just point to your ankles without saying a word! These Hanukkah socks for men and women have dreidels, candles and the words “Oy Vey,” a Yiddish phrase that pretty much means, “Woe is me.” Women's Oy Vey socks also come with non-skid soles with a white dreidel design for the grippy bits.

Cute Hanukkah socks for women with cats playing dreidel and lighting menorahs


Cute Hanukkah Socks

These Hanukkah cat socks for women are covered in cute cats spinning dreidels, lighting candles and wearing little blue scarves and kippot/yarmulkes. We love their cute smiling faces and think they'd be a perfect Hanukkah gift for an animal lover.

Funny men's socks that say "Nice Jewish Boy"


Jewish Novelty Socks

Show the world you're nice, Jewish and have great taste in socks when you wear these funny socks that say "Nice Jewish Girl" or "Nice Jewish Boy." Each pair has an attractive design with blue stripes and a small Star of David knit with gold metallic thread. Use them to meet other Jews or just show the world your heritage and your sense of humor.

Celebrate the Jewish Festival of Lights and make your own traditions by giving some sweet Hanukkah socks as a gift or wearing them to your family gathering.

Andrea Farrell

Andrea Farrell is the lead buyer and content writer for Cute But Crazy Socks. She is a sock industry expert with over a decade of experience in socks retail, customer service, product selection, product development and customer behavior. Andrea leans on her degree in journalism from Western Washington University to write helpful articles on socks and hosiery, covering all topics from current fashion trends to sock jokes.

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