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The Office Schrute Farms Adult Crew Socks (Black), Black, Size O

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Everyone knows Dwight Schrute is the best Assistant to the Regional Manager, but did you know about his beautiful beet farm? This pair of officially licensed The Office socks features the Schrute Farms beet logo. Machine washable, tumble dry, and not for children under 12.

The Office Schrute Farms Adult Crew Socks (Black), Black, Size O

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