Hudson Relax Cotton Men Socks
Glamory Freedom Box 3 pairs cotton men socks
Hudson Relax Exquisite Socks for Men
- - 8 %
Hudson Trend Edge
Kunert Take Care Dia Premium Men´s Socks
Hudson Relax Dry Cotton Socks for Men
Compressana Go Well Med X-Static Special Socks
Compressana Go Well Med Multi-Function Socks
Hudson Relax WoolMix Clima Socks for Men
Hudson Relax Cotton Socks
- - 50 %
Compressana Active Bandage Socks
Kunert Take Care Basic Packof2
Giulia Footies 120 Unisex Shoe Liners
Now we've got a deal for you. When it comes to men's socks, we known best. Socks in cotton, wool or microfibre and the beloved CoolMax covers both cold and warm seasons. Our socks provide your with suitable options for any occasion and colors that fit every unique taste such as colorful dress socks, checkered knee socks, also with support function, or simply sporty, chic running socks. Our leading brands include, among others Nur Der, Burlington, Hudson and Kunert, where you can always rely on the highest quality and best workmanship. Playful, traditional or extravagant patterns complete our fantastic offering.
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We offer men's socks from exclusive and sustainable materials like bamboo, patterned paisley socks, and casual socks with a variety of choice of colors. Be the special eye-catcher on the go and in the office.
What is viscose?
Created in the late 1800s by French scientists, viscose, also known as rayon, is a partially synthetic fiber that is made in structure similar to cotton, but comes from plants such as soy, bamboo, and sugar cane. The cellulose itself is derived from wood pulp. It is a relatively soft fiber often used in outerwear as well as shirts, dresses and lining.
What is elastane?
Elastane was invented in Germany in the late 1930s. Also known under the brand names of Spandex and Lycra, elastane has the most stretching capability of all textile raw materials. Elastane fibers are both comfortable and flexible, making them great for clothing. Elastane can be used in a mere 2% in jeans or anything from 15-40% in swimwear and sportswear. It is also not sensitive to moisture, making it ideal for wearing in the water, but should be rinsed out after you are finished. Elastane is commonly blended with other materials to add elasticity to already existing product shapes.