Organic Sneaker Socks in Khaki: Sporty and Light
Organic Sneaker socks in khaki are elegant yet sporty. Khaki is a popular color thanks to its versatility. The soft band stays discreetly tucked away in your shoes, whilst also ensuring a hugely comfortable fit.
- Made in Italy
- Spoiler prevents slipping
- Almost invisible in shoes
- Organic Egyptian cotton with extra-long fibers (GOTS®-standard organic cotton)
- Thinner material for a comfortably light fit all day long
- 65% cotton, 33% polyamide, 2% elastane (Lycra®)
Fairtrade Organic Cotton
I am a pair of Organic Comfort socks, and I am made of organic cotton from Egypt. This cotton is certified to the international GOTS® standard, ensuring adherence to strict environmental and social criteria all the way from cultivation through to production.
Long Fibers for a Long Life
My cotton comes from Egypt. What makes this organic cotton so special is its long fibers. This is a huge plus, as it means I do not produce any fluff. Organic Sneaker socks like me are made in Italy from 65% organic cotton, 33% polyamide and 2% elastane.
We socks live in a damp, warm climate between your shoes and your feet. Every step causes friction. So, to ensure we are long-lasting, our sole, heel and toe areas are strengthened with polyamide. But there are no artificial fibers used anywhere else, to guarantee maximum comfort.
I am available in four colors: classic black, subtle gray, fresh blue, and elegant khaki. The choice is yours.
Also in a Calf Sock Version
My closest relatives are the Organic Comfort socks. They are available in the same colors and material. Organic Comfort socks have a comfortable terry sole and a soft comfort band.
100% Skin-Friendly & Allergy-Tested
I am good for you, your feet and your skin: and to prove it, I passed the test for the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100.
This standard says that I am 100% skin-friendly and allergy-tested. This is important, since we often forget that socks are worn directly against the skin in a damp, warm climate subjected to friction.
I am packaged in a small paper bag to protect me from dirt. Protection is important to ensure that I reach you in all my glory. Plastic has been out since January 2020. Isn’t that much better? And if you recycle the paper, that would be even better still.