co-designed by four resilient children, toe-to-toe socks feel like clouds on your feet and bring that same comfort to families who need it
toe-to-toe by Emma Rae
Nearing her eighth birthday, Emma Rae is a leukemia survivor who lives on a mission to make sure more kids enter survivorship. She kicked cancer's butt, and now she's paying it forward with socks designed in honor of her beloved dog, Little Red!
toe-to-toe by Naaman
Even on his worst days, two-year-old Naaman will drop everything he’s doing to waddle like a penguin. For Naaman, these flippered birds offer a reprieve from the world of leukemia. Although there have been setbacks, he is making good progress and is transitioning to maintenance therapy.
toe-to-toe by Reese
In the lead-up to her bone marrow transplant, five-year-old Reese met and fell in love with her first flamingo. When she was hospitalized shortly afterwards, the flamingo became a symbol of strength. Now officially in remission from JMML, Reese is regaining strength and hopes to visit her flamingo friends again soon.
toe-to-toe by Angel
Walking into Angel’s hospital room, it would be easy to confuse a chemo infusion for a dance party. Seemingly unphased by his medicine, Angel brings a never-ending, tenacious energy that makes his polar bear choice even more fitting.
we collaborate with kids to create designs inspired by their stories of resilience
when you buy a pair, resilience gives a pair to a child battling cancer (or family member)
and another family is given the opportunity to submit a design
Our disease does not define us.
Our resilience does.
As cancer survivors, we've walked in similar shoes (and socks) as our designers and beneficiaries. We're a team of two on a mission to pay it forward and empower others during their journey.
- Jake & Lexi
On October 10th, we kicked off a national tour to donate thousands of socks and chat with families impacted by pediatric cancer. Come join us at one of our pop-up stores to check out our socks!
#toetotoe in the wild
Our families take great joy in seeing people wearing their socks around the world. Wear them proudly and give us a shout @resiliencegives