Extremely smooth and ribbed socks made with a luxurious cotton-cashmere blend. The premium Italian yarn is made with ethically sourced and fully traceable cashmere and the highest quality Mako cotton from the highlands in Egypt.

The socks are knitted with 160 needles and they have a reinforced heel and toe, a comfortable cuff and a fine handmade toe linking.

Because of the high quality yarn the socks do not pill.


  • Reinforced heel and toe
  • Comfortable elasticated cuff
  • Fine handmade toe linking

80% Mako cotton, 12% cashmere, 7% polyamide, 1% elastane

Mako cotton plants are grown and well-managed in a small part of the Nile Delta – representing 0.5% of the total annual Egyptian cotton production. Mako cotton is picked exclusively by hand and that enables the avoidance of the usual usage of defoliants and other harsh chemical products that are commonly used for machinery designed for automatic plant-picking. Mako cotton fibers are remarkably long and therefore they have the unique and rare ability of being spun into a much smoother, finer, and stronger form of yarn than any other existing cotton in the world.

The socks are produced in Italy in a factory owned by mother and daughter. It is a highly specialized OEKO-TEX®-certified zero-waste factory, which continuously invest in sustainable solutions and work systematically to reduce their environmental footprint, i.e. by using systems for responsible management of energy and water consumption and specializing in the use of sustainable and environmentally friendly materials.


Machine wash cold, max 30 degrees, mild process, do not bleach, tumble dry, iron or clean.

Free delivery on EU orders over 80 EUR. More info

Full satisfaction guarantee on first order with 30 days free return. More info

Fast delivery 2-6 days internationally with track and trace

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