It all began in 2016 at a university library when our Co-Founder, Umar Khan, had to make ablution at the library's restroom while prepraring for final exams. The ritual turned out to be more cumbersome than usual because the tissue paper was finished and a few people were waiting in line to use the sink. It was at this moment that he realized the need to redesign the traditional leather khuff (leather socks) that have been used by Muslims since the time of Prophet SAW and make Wudhu Socks that would allow Muslims around the world to perform ablution with ease everywhere, during every occasion. Umar then partnered with two close friends who both loved the idea. Together they pooled in their savings and many attempts and failures later, The Wudhu Socks were born.
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