E = mcooziesquared
After years of research I finally found that a nice tight-fitting wool sock does improve the efficacy of the process of drinking a cold beverage bound within the confines of a thin aluminum can. Some planets carve their beverage containers from glowing stone, others from the bones of ancestors...I would have to say the need for such a sock was really not so important then.
Luckily, the humanoids decided to consider the benefits of shipping long distances and that the 9.8 m/s^2 pull of Earth's gravity simply forbode the shipment of rocks and groups like PITA and the FDA quickly expressed concerns about the safety of drinking from the bones of others.
Then came Hoplark. The inventor of the Hoppy Aluminum can. Compared to the wool sock, these coozies they ship are better designed for the can. Frankly, they are very stylish, too. The compliments I get with these coozies really strokes the ego.
I've tried using the coozies as socks and it doesn't work that way, though. That would be me only suggestion for the next iteration. I removed the sixth start for that.
Hiya Beaux - whoa, thank you for your review. Honestly, I don't really know where to start. I feel that we must offer you the most sincere apology that our koozie aren't suitable footwear. Stylish? Yes. Comfortable? No. However, we're pretty stoked that the koozie is such a perfect fit for your Hoplark cans. It's almost like they were made for each other, y'know? Match made in manufacturing heaven. We'll put our collective heads together (but 6 feet apart, because safety) and work on bringing about the newest fashion for aluminum cans and humanoid feet - the sockoozie. Cheers. ;)