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    Mg29050

    Organic Wool Socks - ankle height

    Color
    Grey/Black
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    Organic wool socks that's a perfect height for everyday living. Just covering the ankle, this organic wool sock makes a soft cushion for your feet, warm and snug. It has superior moisture absorbency. Covered toe seam, soft cushioning throughout the sock and thick plush cushion at the bottom of the foot. It should stay soft and stretchy for years.

    This wool is washable - treated with a special patented chlorine-free anti-felt treatment, which is Certified to International Organic Standards (GOTS)*. Certified organic wool products are rare and great care went into manufacturing these without compromising integrity of our vegan customers and well being of animals. 
      
    Note: sock sizes represent how long your foot is in inches, NOT the shoe size.
    Women's sock sizes 9-11 relates to a woman's U.S. shoe size 5-10
    (European 36-41 / UK 3-8)

    Men's sock sizes 10 - 13 relates to a man's U.S. shoe size 8-12.5.
    (European 42-46, UK 7-12)
    70% Certified Organic Wool, 29% Nylon, 1% Spandex

    Made in North Carolina, USA.

    Wool is from Argentina made to NOP standards*, spun in U.S.A. 



    Manufacturer's Sizing Chart (in inches)

    sock size Women shoe size Men shoe size
    9-11 5.5 - 9 4 - 7
    10-13 10 - 13 8 -12

    * GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standards, sets standards for organic textiles
    * NOP - National Organic Program covers agricultural food and non-food products, including natural fibers. 

     

    Who Made My clothes

    We carry products made in ethical sustainable way, despite "dirty" textile industry. The question "Who Made My Clothes?" is an important one to ask.  Your support of ethical mindful fashion that can be traced how it's made - organic or Fair Trade or indigenous, ensures fair  conditions for the artisans and care for the planet.

    Your purchase supports the preservation of traditional craft and the love of natural fibers. You help to minimize exploitative labor and environmental damage. 

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