Santa Fe Springs, California — Couver Corporation, the manufacturer and distributor of quality socks at x.couver.us , sweatbands at x.couver.us and other athletic wear, is one of the largest importers of headband products at x.couver.us and wristband products in the country.
How, Couver Corporation is launching a new website located at http://x.couver.us that features the company’s full line of tube socks, sports socks, wristband products and headbands.
Couver’s new website features information on all sizes and types of headbands and sweatbands, including USA-themed gear for the upcoming World Cup Soccer tournament in June. Additionally, the website features an array of Couver sport socks that feature elastic ankle and arch support and a terry cushioned toe.
The new website features information on Couver Corporation, shipping and return policies and the complete lineup of Couver products. Customers will find everything they need to choose fashionable, comfortable sports gear.
Couver Corporation is pleased to bring customers the very best in sports gear through its new website, and offers the lowest prices and best selection on headbands, wristbands and socks available anywhere.
Couver Corporation was incorporated in 2007 and today is one of the country’s largest importers and manufacturers of sports gear such as headbands, wristbands and socks. Located near Los Angeles, California, Couver Corporation is a manufacturer as well as a direct importer and wholesaler of sports products and provides customers with the very best in quality and variety at reasonable wholesale prices.
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10821 Shoemaker Ave.
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
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