Wishes Do Come True – REV’IT Motorcycle Socks

REVIT Motorcycle SocksYou never really know who is reading your blog, do you?

In a completely unexpected turn of events, I was contacted on Twitter by Anthony at Revzilla asking me if I’d gotten the REV’IT socks that were on my Christmas wishlist.

Of course, like any normal (read: skeptical) person I figured they were trying to sell me something. But as it turns out, that wasn’t the case. Anthony, you know – the guy in all their product videos – said he was a fan of my blog and would be happy to send me a pair.

Uh… what?! Really? I don’t know why, but I’m always shocked to find out people actually read my blog. 😆

A few days later 2 pairs of REV’IT socks showed up; 1 pair of Tour Summer and 1 pair of Tour Winter.

Revzilla did not ask for a review or a blog post or any other thing in exchange for the socks. They just… sent them and said Merry Christmas. Holy crap!

Having actually shopped their online store a few times; each being a good experience, I’m happy to tip my hat to them and to say – Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! You made me a very happy girl.

Now if only these 2 feet of snow outside would melt I could give my new socks a whirl!


Rachael is the whimsical writer behind the 20+ year old Girlie Motorcycle Blog. As a freelance blogger, she is on a mission to inspire laughter, self-examination, curiosity, and human connection. Girlie Motorcycle Blog can be found on several Best Motorcycle Blog lists.

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10 Responses

  1. soth says:

    Xmas wish list you say? You’re a lucky lady.* Revzilla is my new favorite online store for sure. Great pricing, great return policies and super quick shipping (even with regular ground, my orders usually arrive the next since they’re in Philly.

    *Did you notice that I called you a “lady”?

  2. Fuzzygalore says:

    You’re so funny.
    I’m hugging you EXTRA hard and then hitting you with my purse next time I see you. 😆

  3. Arc says:

    High five there Fuzzo. I am jealous of your 2 pairs of free $40 socks. My mom got me a pair of sweet cashmere ones for xmas so what what!

    • Fuzzygalore says:

      Thanks, you guys 🙂 I’m pretty f’n psyched, myself.

      Nice, Arc. I’ve not yet been deemed worthy of cashmere socks. I still have a ways to go for that kind of luxury. I’m lucky if i’m wearing matching socks half the time 😆

      Yes, Kari – I guess I’ll have to do one. I’m really curious to see how the summer tour pair manage moisture & heat in my waterproof (hot) boots.

      Thanks, P – I knew i liked you for a reason! 😀

      Thanks for the vote of confidence, TM. I guess we all need one from time to time. Congrats on getting your new blog out into the world!

  4. SonjaM says:

    What a nice gesture from Anthony, and a smart marketing strategy, too. It works! It makes me want to stop by at Revzilla.

    I have just purchased two pairs of winter (working boots) socks from Mark’s Work Wearhouse for 10 bucks ea. They actually do the trick. Nevertheless, I am curious what might be so special about motorcycle socks.

  5. Kari says:

    How cool is that! Happiness is a drawer full of warm socks…or maybe a drawer full of free socks. What a great belated Christmas present! Congrats

    ….but there will be a review right? 🙂

  6. pimmie says:

    I told RevZilla to check your blog… *hint* *hint* 😀

  7. ToadMama says:

    That’s awesome! Speaking of being tickled that people read… I was so excited to see you become my #1 fan (literally). Isn’t it funny how seemingly small gestures like that mean so much?

    As an aside… I’ve been looking through lots and lots of motorcycle blogs and websites lately. You show up on a very high percentage of blogrolls and link pages. You are definitely being read.

  8. RichardM says:

    The marketing works pretty well. I had never been to the Revzilla web site but now that I’ve heard of them, I’m much more likely to stop by.


  9. Crudmop says:

    +1 for Revzilla – Rev’it gear rocks, great customer service, fast delivery, and a great return policy. They actually seem to care about the customer being satisfied with their purchase, which I’ve almost never heard of.

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