These super soft cotton rich crews are light and breathable with their non-binding design to reduce pressure in hotspot areas. Sporting a honeycomb cuff that moulds to the natural contours of your legs, leaving no nasty constriction rings.
Adults -Jaquard Print Cotton Socks
We always recommend that our customers wash our socks on a cold wash with the socks inside out. Even though our socks are durable, they will last longer if they are hung to dry/air dried. This will help the socks to live longer and therefore, the Earth to.
This Sock: 72% Cotton, 25% Polyamide, 2% Elastane
Choosing a pair of comfortable socks is no easy task, you need to consider the occasion, season and durability. Different composition of materials account for different features of socks and durability. Below we have outlined the different compositions you may find within our sock range and their benefits. We hope this will help you to choose a style and composition that suits your needs.
Cotton is a breathable fiber with moisture wicking properties, ensuring your feet feel less sweaty and comfortable. Cotton is also very good for sensitive skin or if you suffer from any allergies.
Combed cotton is often softer than regular cotton which makes it suitable for sensitive skin. It is also more durable than regular cotton, dries easily, absorbent and has anti-odor properties.
Polyester is a strong synthetic fiber. It is a very resilient fiber and can withstand a lot of wear and tear. It also fades less than cotton, is wrinkle resistant, hydrophobic in nature and quick-drying.
Bamboo fiber has moisture wicking properties to keep the skin dry and comfortable. Bamboo material also offers anti-bacterial properties, repels odors and are very soft and lightweight.
Many of our sock designs are blended with Nylon for durability and elasticity.
Socks containing Elastane maintain their shape and have good elasticity and flexibility, making it a comfortable fit. It is usually found in the top part of socks in the cuff. Elastane is often blended with other fabrics.