Company Creates Socks That Smell Like Las Vegas

It’s an idea so crazy, it just might work. A company out of Bulgaria, Stinky Socks, has created a line of scented socks intended to remind people of their favorite places, including Las Vegas.

The socks are touted as carrying the scent of “the beach, the mountains and the heart of the city.”

The “city” in question? Las Vegas, of course.

Stinky Socks Las Vegas

No, Vegas casino carpets aren’t garish to “keep people looking up at the slots.” First, they aren’t all garish. Second, the patterns are sometimes busy because it helps disguise stains.

We reached out to Stinky Socks to see what inspired the scent for the Las Vegas socks, and the company’s CEO, named Risto, said, “I would describe it as a mix of old, heavy furniture mixed with air that wasn’t moved a lot.” We are intrigued.

As far as the design, Risto said, “[The socks] were inspired partly from carpets back in the day, mixed with some disco elements from the ’80s.” Read more from Risto.

Longtime casino visitors may see some similarities to the kitschy carpeting at Stardust.

The latest batch of socks from Stinky Socks was intended to appeal to folks staying home during the COVID-19 shutdown.

Here’s a look at a video promoting the fragrant socks.

The aromatic socks cost $14.95. Ours were $24.95 with shipping included. Of course, we ordered some! Do you know this Las Vegas blog at all?

Given the wide, wide variety of smells in Las Vegas, we’re curious to experience these socks first-hand. First nostril? Whatever works.

Vegas fans have long had an appetite for the smells of their beloved casinos. Companies have churned out Vegas-scented candles and aroma machines paying homage to our favorite places to stay and play. Sans the cigarette and cigar smoke, typically.

Find out more at the Stinky Socks Web site. Which is, frankly, a sentence we never imagined we’d be typing in this Las Vegas blog.

6 thoughts on “Company Creates Socks That Smell Like Las Vegas

  1. John Delibos

    This was good for a laugh. And by the way, I liked the carpet at the Stardust. It was happy and made me smile…something we could all use about now.

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  2. Bug Life

    My calendar does not read April 1.

    As for the smell, what does the city smell like now that flu season is over?

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  3. Nick

    I have a deodorant that coincidentally smells exactly like (was it the Luxor?). Since all casinos use a distinctive scent to make people feel good or at least remember their stay this is just something that can happen.
    If you google for “Buy Vegas Casino Scents” you’ll find what some casinos use or at least what someone thinks they use.

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