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Homeless Grey Sock - Twisted Cotton

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These grey twisted cotton socks will keep your feet warm, and someone else's. With each pair sold, we personally give a specially made pair of thick, antibacterial socks to a homeless person. Did you know that socks are one of the most requested items at homeless shelters? That's why we got our manufacturer to make the most suitable sock for us to give away.


Twisted Cotton
Our twisted cotton socks are thick and warm, making your feet feel comfortable. Created by twisting two cotton strands together, it represents a great advancement in material for making more durable, hard-wearing socks. We also use yarns with different colours in order to get a "mixed colour effect". The socks still maintain our signature features such as seamless toe closure, or reinforced heel & toe parts. The new improved versions also benefit from an additional support across the arch of your feet. The stitched cause logo on the ankle (displayed above) shows what cause your new socks have supported and Stand4 across the toes.


About the socks we give to homeless people

We researched this extensively, working closely with the community we want to support. The socks need to be hard wearing, as homeless people typically don't have the luxury of fresh socks each day. That's why we made them black & grey to show less wear, used thick full terry cotton for the warm and last, soaked them in antibacterial so they dont need to be changed as often. Then last but not least, reinforced heel & toe parts for better comfort and durability. 


Sock Features

Thicker twisted cotton material for hard wearing

- Seamless Toe Closure, no rubbing ridge! 

- Reinforced heel & toe for durability and comfort 

- Arch support for extra comfort and fit, no slip

- Ethically sourced (BSCI and Sedex audited) 

80% Twisted cotton, 18% Polyamide, 2% Elastane

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