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Funky footed models, from left: Daniel, James and Darren in Funky Feet hosiery

This morning.

RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Irish Sock brand Funky Feet launch their first complete collection today at Showcase: Ireland’s Creative Expo (until January 22).

Funky Feet started out as an idea by “a group of college students  trying to come up with the perfect stylish gift for men”.

Soon they’ll be trading in the ‘sock market’.

Listed on the ‘Footsie’.

Suit yourselves.

Funky Feet

Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

Irish-made stuff to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Irish-Made Stuff’. No fee

Ah now.

Yesterday evening.

Jayus Kayus writes:

I was on a DART going to Bray [County Wicklow] when I spotted this bozo who decided it would be a good idea to take his left runner off and put his sweaty-socked foot on the seat in front of him!

Previously: The Feet of Shame

Meanwhile…

Where’s the snow?

You promised.

Occasional wintry showers in Ulster and Connacht with a risk of snow on high ground, especially in Co. Donegal….

Bah.

Forecast (Met Eireann)

Meanwhile

FIGHT!

 

Socks?

Meanwhile…

RTÉ reports:

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar have reaffirmed their commitment to the trade agreement between the EU and Canada at their meeting in Farmleigh House.

Mr Varadkar said CETA – EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Economic – had more upsides than downsides and both Ireland and Canada were committed to free trade.

He said it will deliver stronger economic growth and create more well-paid jobs on both sides of the Atlantic and said Canada is looking forward to the agreement coming into force.

Varadkar and Trudeau reaffirm commitment to CETA (RTE)

Earlier: O Canada