SANTA CLARA -- Colin Kaepernick, the 49ers' freshly minted $126 Million Man, picked the right day to wear socks featuring the image of dollar bills and hands.

Kaepernick said a friend gave him the navy-colored crew socks, apparently called "Make It Rain" from the company "40s and Shorties."

"I had these on before I found out. So, luck of the draw," said Kaepernick, who signed a six-year, $126 million extension worth a NFL-record $61 million guaranteed.

Team-issued gear accounted for the quarterback's remaining attire: red 49ers cap, black T-shirt, grey shorts and grey sneakers. Meanwhile, those socks were, well, money.

Here are a pair of socks like 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick wears. The socks are called "Make it Rain" and are made by the company "40s
Here are a pair of socks like 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick wears. The socks are called "Make it Rain" and are made by the company "40s and Shorties." (Photo courtesy of 40sandshorties.com )

"To be honest, one of my friends gave them to me," Kaepernick said. "He gave me a box of socks. No idea what brand or what company, but they were in my drawer."

The socks retail online for $12 at 40sandshorties.com. At least until supplies last.

Kaepernick can afford 10,500,000 pairs after Wednesday's deal.