Kevin Pillar Has His Very Own Yo Sox Sock Collection

Aside from his glove and his invisible cape, the next most important accessory Kevin Pillar wears on the field? It may be his socks.

Pillar is a high-sock guy on the field, and off the field, he continues that foot fashion. This one completely flew under the radar to me, but it turns out Kevin Pillar has his very own line of socks over at Yo Sox.

They’re a Toronto-based company which has come up with six special Kevin Pillar-inspired sock designs. In fact, it’s the Yo Sox “Kevin Pillar Bundle” and each sock has its own significance to the Blue Jays’ centre fielder.


Pillar doesn’t flash his tattoos all that often, but there’s even a Compass design modeled after a tattoo he has in honour of his grandfather. You’ll also notice the Yo Sox interpretation of Pillar’s Superman moniker with the “K” in Pillar’s Superman crew socks.

There’s also an homage to Pillar’s home state, California, with the Mountain and Surf socks. The Striped socks are reminiscent of the California sunset. The Camouflage design in celebration of his alma mater, the Cal State Toros.

The Kevin Pillar Capsule Collection

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Full disclosure: Yo Sox has sponsored this post, but they’re offering a special discount for Blue Jay Hunter readers.

Just use the promo code BLUEJAYHUNTER15 at checkout to save 15% off your purchase at Yo Sox. That includes any purchase on their site – not just socks from the Kevin Pillar collection. The only condition is the 15% discount does not apply to bundle collections.

With these socks, you may not inherit Gold Glove-calibre defense and play like Kevin Pillar, but at least you can look like Kevin Pillar … from the mid-calf down.

Remember, use the promo code BLUEJAYHUNTER15 to save 15% off your online purchase at Yo Sox. Just use that discount upon checkout to save 15% off.



This post has been sponsored by Yo Sox.

Ian Hunter

Ian has been writing about the Toronto Blue Jays since 2007. He enjoyed the tail-end of the Roy Halladay era and vividly remembers the Alex Rodriguez "mine" incident. He'll also retell the story of Game 5 of the 2015 ALDS to his kids for the next 20 years.