Socks: Striped Socks
LIMITED SIZES & COLOURS REMAIN
Fall in love with these colourful socks. Don't feel sad that it's cold outside - these cheerful colour combos are fun!
And they are WARM. Made from a proprietary blend of fine New Zealand merino wool, luxurious soft possum fibre and silk. So soft.
These socks are made in a small factory in New Zealand which has been manufacturing with wool for over 135 years. Every step you take will benefit from their years of experience.
The beauty of merino wool socks is that they’re breathable. Even if your feet get hot, wool wicks moisture away from your skin, keeping your feet warm and toasty. As we transition into spring, these socks will make the journey with you. Wool regulates its temperature to your body needs.
These socks are an ideal weight for walking, trekking and hiking. They’re also just great for wearing in your home and for everyday wear. You will find these socks comfortable inside boots or sneakers - they're not too thick and bulky so you'll be amazed by the warmth.
This style comes in
Stock is low in some colours - if your favourite is sold out, send us a message so we can re-order them from our supplier.
How do you know which colour is which? The toe and the rib indicate the main colour.
We're seeing the brighter pink combos for the first time in these socks - Orchid is a lovely fresh combination of pinks, purples and blues (by popular demand) Raspberry is a bright combination of pink, grey and lime green.
Merino + Composition:
70% NZ Merino Wool, 20% Possum Fibre, 10% Silk,
Made in New Zealand
These socks fit large. View the size chart here.
If you're in between sizes we recommend you choose a size down.
You will be forgiven for thinking these are cashmere socks, they so soft, but these are a lot easier to care for than cashmere.
Although it's recommended that you handwash wool we feel that for socks it's totally fine to throw them in the washing machine with your other clothing but please don't use bleach. A detergent for wool and delicates will help them last longer. If they end up going in the dryer they will probably be fine but it's better to line dry your wool socks. As these socks are surprisingly lightweight they don't take forever to dry.