Cheetah Socks| Mitigating Human-Wildlife Conflicts
Cheetah Socks| Mitigating Human-Wildlife Conflicts
Cheetah Socks| Mitigating Human-Wildlife Conflicts

Hansie en Grietjie

Cheetah Socks| Mitigating Human-Wildlife Conflicts

Sale priceR 190.00
Size:Small (12-3)

Step into unparalleled comfort and robust support with our premium Cheetah Socks supporting the Endangered Wildlife Trust through mitigating human-wildlife conflicts and habitat loss.

How your purchase contributes to their survival

Your purchase of Cheetah Socks contributes to a harmonious relationship between wildlife and human communities. This initiative supports the Endangered Wildlife Trust's efforts, particularly the Cheetah Range Expansion Project, which aims to reintroduce cheetahs to various regions in Southern Africa and Africa. Additionally, it aids the Livestock Guarding Dog Project, which trains dogs to protect livestock, thereby minimizing conflicts with cheetahs. Proceeds help educate the community through the Trust’s programs, maintain essential research and monitoring  and advocate for the coexistence of cheetahs within communities. Each sale fortifies the conservation of the free-roaming cheetah, turning you cheetah socks into a lifeline for these animals.

Sock Features

  • Premium Quality: Crafted for excellence and durability.
  • Versatile Wear: Perfect for mountain biking, running, and everyday use.
  • Y-Heel Design: Provides a snug and supportive fit for stability.
  • Cushioned Comfort: Padded heel and toe for shock absorption and comfort.
  • Seamless Toe: Hole-proof design for enhanced durability and protection.
  • Supportive: Extra support for dynamic movement and long wear.
  • Local: A proudly South African product.

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