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Butterflies have long been associated with EB - as the fragile nature of an EB child's skin is akin to that of a butterfly wing. This image, as adapted by our partner the EB Research Partnership, has been thoughtfully featured on this limited edition 1285 Performance Dress Sock. All net proceeds go directly to finding a cure for EB.
EB Research Partnership is the largest nonprofit dedicated to funding research aimed at treating and ultimately curing EB, a group of devastating and life-threatening genetic skin disorders that affect children from birth. Leading researchers say a cure is within reach, possibly within 10 years.
We're proud to bring awareness to this cause in collaboration with EBRP, through a product that our customers love. Best of all, 100% of net proceeds go towards finding a cure.Shop NOW
When we first started in 2012, we were lucky to share office space afforded by the generosity of an all-star Manhattan law firm. The firm's partner introduced us to his grandson, Jackson - a remarkably courageous and spirited now 8-year old living with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). EB is a rare and devastating skin disease. Jackson and many kids like him are defying the odds with amazing courage and resilience.
Jackson's family partnered with another EB family and Jill and Ed Vedder (Pearl Jam) and started the EB Research Partnership (EBRP). The organization adopted the butterfly logo to signify the fragile and delicate skin of an EB child. Their mission is to find a cure within 5-10 years and we're doing what we can to help. We're proud to put their logo on a limited run of our 1285 Performance Dress Socks and will be donating 100% of net proceeds directly to finding a cure.