Copa Panenka Socks
These fashionable men's socks come with embroidered details of a moment so iconic that the player involved has had the entire skill named after him ever since.
During a shootout in the 1976 European Championship final, Antonin Panenka stepped up to take a penalty that would win the tournament for Czechoslovakia. He feigned to hit it to the keeper's left, before delicately chipping the ball right down the middle - the Panenka penalty was born!
These socks come in one-size-fits-all & are crafted from ultra-soft cotton on a 200 kneedle knitting machine for precision detailing. The fit is that of a traditional mid-calf length sock. Order your pair today at 6 Yard Box.