In October of 2015, Michael Mader suffered a traumatic brain injury when he fell off his longboard. In the months of recovery that followed, he developed the idea for a buy-one, give-one sock company that donated a pair of socks to a homeless shelter for every pair sold. The following May, he joined up with Sam Harper to bring Hippy Feet to life. Today, Hippy Feet has dropped its sock donation program. Instead, its mission is to provide jobs to young people (ages 16-24) who have been affected by homelessness.
Back - Ishaa (Sales), Middle Left to Right - Tracy (Marketing), Sam (Co-founder), Michael (Co-founder), Front - Will (Photography)