No more tedious shopping
My cousins, specialist retail and department store T-shirts, 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: ‘to buy more of the same T-shirts’.
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 T-shirt subscription makes this problem a thing of the past. Until cancelled, we subscription T-shirts reach your home every four months as a two-pack - always in the same design.
No subscription traps
We subscription T-shirts want to be worn and see the world. Ending up left unused in a dark drawer is every T-shirt’s nightmare.
To make sure that you never have too many T-shirts, it is up to you to monitor your subscription: you choose if 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.
Made in Europe
Although I have a French name, I come from a clothing manufacturer in the European part of Turkey.
This family company, founded in 1978, creates high-quality T-shirts such as me with a great passion for detail, as well as other T-shirts and underwear models from the BLACKSOCKS range.
Pima cotton & fine ribbing
The materials used in the manufacturing process are vital to ensure that we make good T-shirts which are comfortable to wear and feel soft and smooth against the skin.
I am made of 100% finest Peruvian Pima cotton, better known as the silk of South America, with high-quality fine ribbing. Long fibres and a smooth texture make this cotton particularly special to wear.
100% good for the skin
I am good for you and your skin. I have been tested and I meet the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100.
This standard requires me to be 100% skin-friendly and allergy-tested. This is important, since we often forget that T-shirts are worn directly against the skin, in a damp and warm climate subjected to friction.