Drag&Drift Socks Pack

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The Fast and The Furious is the movie that started it all.

Love it or hate it, for better or worse, this often cheesy b-movie has helped shape a new generation of petrolheads. Director Rob Cohen came up with the idea for the film after reading a magazine article about "Racer X," the actual import tuner and street racing scene in upper Manhattan. Released in 2001, it had a very thin plot, clunky dialogue, often barely there acting, and sometimes just plain stupid stunts. But the result was an oddly satisfying combination of ridiculousness and authenticity that, above all, was intense. Like Point Break but with cars instead of surfboards.

How could a movie with such obvious flaws be so successful with car enthusiasts? Because it delivered on its main promise: insane action and lots of fast cars. Because he created his own following, supported by the growing community of tuners and street racers. It even helped shape the development of the aftermarket industry. With each new episode, the Fast Saga becomes more bombastic and ridiculous. But it's a film franchise whose success joins the ranks of behemoths like The Avengers, Star Wars and James Bond. Its total box office of several billion exceeds the GDP of several small nations. Many critics have even come to admire him to some degree for the extent of his success and longevity.
Not bad for a movie that didn't have a sequel.

The designs were inspired by our favorite cars from the Fast Saga: Dom's Charger and Brian's "10-second" Supra, silver R34 Skyline and lime Evo VII.


  • 🇵🇹 Made in Portugal using the most advanced craftsmanship to produce the best seamless socks
  • Material: 80% Combed Cotton, 17% Polyamide, 3% Elastane
  • Care: Wash inside out at 40ºC. Do not tumble dry