That Socks! Rob Kardashian’s Luxury Sock Line Not Selling Well In Stores!

Rob Kardashian's Arthur George sock line reportedly not doing well in stores

Guess not everything the Kardashians touch turns to sold.

Rob Kardashian‘s Arthur George sock line, which you may vaguely remember, is reportedly not doing too well.

The patterned socks, which are sold exclusively at Neiman Marcus department stores and go for $30 a pair, are in danger of being dropped by the retailer if sales don’t improve.

A source from the Neiman Marcus store in Beverly Hills said:

“Rob├óΓé¼Γäós socks sold around the Christmas holiday, but since then no one has been really buying them. We actually had to ship a bunch out to other stores because they weren├óΓé¼Γäót moving at all. To be honest, a lot of customers bought them more as a gag gift. At this point it doesn├óΓé¼Γäót look like we├óΓé¼Γäóre going order anymore.”

However, reps at Neiman’s released a statement proclaiming the exact opposite and praising the line.

Ginger Reeder, VP of Corporate Communications, said:

“It is common practice to send inventory above projected demand to a store in advance of a personal appearance. We then redistribute the excess to other stores after the appearance. The Arthur George by Robert Kardashian sock line has proven to be very popular with our customers. Currently we are carrying the socks in all 41 Neiman Marcus stores as well as at, have just placed a large reorder in anticipation of Father├óΓé¼Γäós Day and have a personal appearance with Rob scheduled next month in our Las Vegas store. In addition, we have several personal appearances scheduled for the fall.”

Whether they’re doing well or not, it wouldn’t hurt if Kim or Kanye followed in Khloe‘s marijuana leaf footsteps and wore a pair.

Maybe Rob could also look into starting a kids and baby socks line. Wouldn’t baby Kimye look DARLING rocking a pair?

You heard it here first, Rob!

Check out pics of the 26-year-old shilling his goods in Vegas in the gallery (below)!

[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.]

Apr 30, 2013 12:00pm PDT

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