Materials

One of the keystones in our company is trying to be as innovative as possible for our customers. We want to be considered as an active partner – not just a socks producer but a trust worthy partner with whom you can develop your range of socks.
Ating like a dedicated producer also means that we are looking for new and quality yarns in order to develop interesting socks in close cooperation with our customers.
We are working with many different yarns and yarn blends – for example:

Cotton – Pure cotton and pure quality. It is soft and comfortable. It wrinkles easily, absorbs perspiration quickly, has good colour retention and is good to print on. Cotton is also strong and durable.
Mercerised Cotton has been treated to improve the luster and the ability of the cotton to absorb dye and water. The process had initially been
developed be John Mercer in 1851 and has been refined ever since. The result is a fibre with excellent wearing qualities.

Core-spun – Core-Spun yarns are made by twisting cotton fibers (98%) around an inner Lycra fiber (2%), creating one yarn. This process is used to enhance functional properties of fabrics such as stretch comfort strength, and durability.

Bamboo – Bamboo knitting yarn is a relatively new entry in the knitting world, but it has become quite popular very quickly, and with good reason. Bamboo is a beautiful natural fiber that wears well and is often considered natural antibacterial.

MicroModal – MicroModal® offers perfect fineness. The finest fabrics are as light as a
feather and naturally cosy next to the skin.
One can feel it best on one’s own skin: a super-soft and luxurious feeling. Socks of MicroModal® are something special.

Linen – For people that appreciate natural Materials. The linen socks have anti-allergic properties. In addition, the linen content transports excess heat and moisture away from the foot, and gently massages the foot.

Cashmere – Cashmere socks are the ultimate affordable luxury. Cashmere is has one other quality that makes it a perfect choice for socks, it is softer than any other material on the foot while wearing well.

Merino wool – Merino socks are known for their advantageous properties in a wide range of activities, from everyday wear to the demanding conditions of active wear. It is much finer than traditional wool making it smooth against your skin and more comfortable to wear. Merino wool is highly breathable and it wicks moisture away from your body, releasing it into the air. This helps to regulate your temperature keeping you warm in cold weather and cool in hot. The natural anti-microbial properties of Merino wool also make it odour resistant another big advantage over synthetic fabrics.

Wool/silk – Merino wool and silk are blended together to create a wonderfully soft hand with excellent moisture-management properties to keep feet comfortable and dry.

Wool/cotton – Wool is beside cotton the traditional fabric to produce socks. The insulating qualities make it so popular, especially for the Winter. Pleasant to wear due to finest cotton inside and wool outside maintaining a comfortable temperature.

Thermolite – Thermolite® provides warmth, from first layer to last. Both warm and light, it allows great freedom of movement, perfect qualities for a second layer. Thermolite® offers its brilliant technology at every turn and guarantees constant warmth whatever the temperature.