Sjuul Embroidered Snake Organic Cotton Men's Socks Green
Sjuul Embroidered Snake Organic Cotton Men's Socks Green
Sjuul Embroidered Snake Organic Cotton Men's Socks Green
Sjuul Embroidered Snake Organic Cotton Men's Socks Green

Sjuul Embroidered Snake Organic Cotton Men's Socks Green

£10.00
A-dam

ADAM-SJUUL-ACCES-GREEN-5024

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  • Description
  • Green socks made from GOTS certified Organic Cotton, featuring a premium embroidered snake. 

    > 84% GOTS Certified Organic Cotton / 1% Elastane
    >15% ECONYL recycled yarn made from retrieved fishing nets from the ocean
    > Recycled polyester button - button socks together before throwing in the wash so you'll never lose them
  • Care
  • > Maximum 40°C wash
    > Button together before washing
    > Do not tumble dry
  • Cost Per Use
  • 5 Uses £2.00
    10 Uses £1.00
    25 Uses £0.40
    50 Uses £0.20
  • Size Guide

Green socks made from GOTS certified Organic Cotton, featuring a premium embroidered snake. 

> 84% GOTS Certified Organic Cotton / 1% Elastane
>15% ECONYL recycled yarn made from retrieved fishing nets from the ocean
> Recycled polyester button - button socks together before throwing in the wash so you'll never lose them
> Maximum 40°C wash
> Button together before washing
> Do not tumble dry
5 Uses £2.00
10 Uses £1.00
25 Uses £0.40
50 Uses £0.20

A-dam

A-dam is an Amsterdam based brand consisting of a small ambitious team who share a love for all things quirky. With friendly fabrics, excellent labor conditions and clean production methods, their playful apparel is fun and consciously made.

Innovating, creating and improving is A-dam's strong suit, with a large focus on durability; working on how every little thing can be done a whole lot better, such as using yarn-dyed fabric or applying the flattest stitch to all of their underwear. 

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