Classic English Cut Knee Socks navy sockscription
Navy blue Italian knee socks made from mercerised cotton for a smart appearance.
- 100% mercerised cotton, also known as Fil d’Ecosse
- Ribbed structure for good grip
- Extra-wide cuff, also known as English cut, to prevent slipping
- Meticulous workmanship and maximum comfort
- Made in Italy
- Free Priority shipping worldwide
No more tedious shopping
My cousins, specialist retail and department store socks, have already annoyed plenty of people. Generally, people buy various models to try. They try them at home and pick their favourite, and then head back into the store with a clear vision: ‘more of the same socks’.
My cousins eventually become floppy and you have to head back to the store. Unfortunately, your favourites are no longer available and you have to begin the decision process all over again. Our sockscription makes this problem a thing of the past. Until you cancel us, we subscription socks are delivered to you regularly – and always in the same design.
No subscription traps
We sockscription socks want to be worn and see the world. Ending up left unused in a dark sock drawer is every sock’s nightmare. To make sure that you never have too many socks, it is up to you to monitor your sockscription: you choose whether and when to renew, bring forward or end your subscription.
One month before renewal time, you will receive a letter from BLACKSOCKS to remind you and ensure that you don’t forget to renew. If only everything was so easy.
More free time
The sooner you subscribe to this service, the more time you will save. We have taken the time to investigate this in detail: you will save more than half a day per year.
A twenty-year subscription therefore gives you three weeks' holiday.
We sockscription socks arrive as a three in a cardboard box. The box is designed to fit in your letterbox. This means that we come straight to you even when you aren’t at home, without your having to make a trip to the post office – and all with free priority shipping worldwide.
Good does not have to mean expensive
Cotton prices have been rising since 1999. Value added tax rates have increased. Competing products have become more expensive. I used to be cheaper to send. However, my prices have never changed.
With me, you can still enjoy 1999 prices every day.