Why Mohair Socks Are the Perfect Footwear
Mohair is a strong and resilient, known as the diamond fibre, making mohair socks durable and long-lasting. They can withstand wear and tear and maintain their shape and softness over time.
Mohair fibres are known for their softness and silkiness, which can provide a luxurious feel against the skin.
Warm in winter and cool in summer:
Mohair is also known for its insulating properties, making mohair socks great at keeping your feet warm in winter but cool in summer.
Our Signature Box
Your collection of PAIRS socks is beautifully packaged in our signature box and tissue paper.
All our packaging is recyclable.
Care instructions are included in a separate card to keep safe near your washing machine.
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I have permanently cold feet. Will these help me?
We use natural fibres as the hero yarn in our socks. The properties of which are very clever in regulating the temperature of our feet. These alpaca socks are incredibly warm and cosy and can be warn in place of slippers or in boots out and about as well.
I hate having clammy feet. Are these the answer?
So do we! We want everyone to have comfortable feet and to experience how unexpectedly joyful it is to wear proper socks.
All our socks are carefully designed and blended with natural fibres to allow your feet to breathe and regulate their temperature whatever the weather and activity.
My socks never last, they always get holey. How are these better?
Our socks are created with a unique blend of natural fibres and some nylon to create a product that is robust yet very comfortable to wear.
Will these socks make my feet smell?
A sock containing natural fibres, such as this, is breathable and moisture-wicking, which can help prevent odor. However, proper care such as washing and airing out can also help keep your socks fresh.
Are natural fibre socks more eco-friendly?
Natural fiber socks are biodegradable and typically have a lower environmental impact than synthetic options.