The McCarren Tube Sock - Quarter Length
Take a stroll on cloud 9 with us.
We have fallen head over heels for our eco-cotton yarn so as you can imagine, we are trying to figure out how to cover ourselves from head to toe! (literally.) So, we started exploring the idea of other garments, as well as the possibility of a product that can truly be enjoyed all year long.
Thankfully, some of our friends in NC introduced us to a lovely little factory in Hickory & we got started on these socks right away. Just like our top selling eco-cotton watchcaps, these socks are made from recycled cotton & P.E.T. bottles.
Equipped with extra cushioned arch support & an OSFM stretch fit from sizes 8-12, these socks are ready for sport & leisure. The wide variety of colors to choose from makes it hard to pick just one while providing the perfect complement to any outfit in your wardrobe.
Grab a bundle & save over 15% because after this past year, you deserve to take a walk in the clouds. The 6-pack bundle even includes a full pair free!
NOTE: These packs are all one color. For multicolor packs, please visit the corresponding product page to complete your order.
100% RECYCLED ECO-COTTON
What is Eco-cotton? Eco-cotton is a blend of reclaimed cotton fibers from discarded garment scraps combined with a small amount of nylon made from the incredible RPET process of recycling plastic (PET) bottles into fiber. Through a proprietary scrap fabric color matching system there are no dyes or chemicals used in the process of creating such vibrant colors from what would otherwise be textile waste.
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Machine washing is fine but do not machine dry, just lay flat. Cotton stretches out a lot so after washing the hat it may feel tight, like when you first purchased it, but will stretch out quickly.
Yarn: This hat is made from RCotton. The yarn is originally milled in Spain by Ferre, a centuries old mill. Why Spain? Spain is home to the largest textile manufacturing factories in the world (Zara anyone?) and is a country that is decades ahead of any other country in recycling post-industrial and post-consumer textile waste produced by these factories. We purchase this yarn from their American partner mill, Hickory Throwing in North Carolina.