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In this gift set are 2 pairs of incredibly soft striped merino wool socks and 1 pair of navy birdseye cotton lisle socks manufactured in England, made from the highest quality merino wool and cotton lisle. For the man that likes a bit of colour in his sock collection.
Our Merino wool originates in Tasmania, before being transported to Tollegno in Italy where it is worsted spun, to produce an incredibly fine yarn. Merino wool is extremely soft and warm, but has the added benefits of drawing moisture away from the skin while allowing it to breathe. Our Merino wool socks are knitted on a 200-needle machine to produce a fine wool sock.
Our Egyptian cotton is grown and processed in the Nile Delta, and then spun into the highest quality yarn in Italy. The fibres are extremely long which means it can then be spun into a very fine yarn. The yarn is then added to a cylinder knitting machine holding 200 very thin needles so each sock has 200 finely crafted stitches to create a very thin, high-quality dress sock.
For more information on our sourcing and manufacturing process, see the following post: Luxury Socks For The Modern Gentleman
If you are not completely happy with your purchase for any reason, we will provide a full refund or exchange.
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