Women's Recycled Cotton Purple & Yellow Stripe & Dot Socks
Women's Recycled Cotton Purple & Yellow Stripe & Dot Socks
Women's Recycled Cotton Purple & Yellow Stripe & Dot Socks
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Women's Recycled Cotton Purple & Yellow Stripe & Dot Socks

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Be bold and eco-conscious in Women's Recycled Cotton Purple and Yellow Stripe and Dot Mismatched Socks.

Designed in Canada, ethically made in Italy. 

Sizing:

Women's 5 - 10
Men’s 4 - 8
EUR 35 - 40

(These socks will also fit boy's and girl's shoe size 3 - 6). 

Contents:

55% Recycled Cotton 
30% Recycled Pima Cotton
12% Nylon
3% Elastane

Due to the extra processing required to repurpose the yarn, recycled cotton may pill in areas of rubbing and friction. This may cause small threads to pull/fuzz in high friction areas. Please note: This does not impact the quality or durability of the sock, and the added softness from the Pima Cotton and good earth-saving vibes are more than worth it anyway, right

Features:

Produced using OKEO-TEX®* certified Global Recycled Standard (GRS) Yarn 
Expertly sewn Rosso Toe Link 
Yarn blend extending throughout the top cuff for extra durability and comfort 
Reinforced Heel & Toe 

*The OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is a comprehensive, third-party testing and certification system for textile products at all stages of production. Textiles can only be certified if all components meet the specified requirements. Test criteria are updated annually and go far beyond existing legal regulations.

 **The GRS is an international, voluntary, full product standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of recycled content, chain of custody, social and environmental practices and chemical restriction