Merino Wool Socks - Horse Jumping by CorgiMerino Wool Socks - Horse Jumping by Corgi

Merino Wool Socks – Horse Jumping

Brand: Corgi

$42.00

Merino Wool Socks – Horse Jumping by Corgi. Knitted using a lightweight merino wool blend and is hand finished by expert craftspeople. Merino wool is known for its ability to react to changes in your body temperature. The fine wool blend keeps you warm when it’s cold and cool when it’s hot. The blended nylon provides an impeccable fit and is breathable and soft. Wear these socks with anything from denim to suiting. One Size. Made in Wales.

Features
63% Wool/37% Nylon
Standard length
Hand-linked toe
Machine washable
Suitable for daily wear

About Corgi
Cori was founded in 1892 by Carmarthenshire draper Rhys Jones. Inspired by the purchase of some second-hand knitting machines, Rhys began producing thigh-high woolen socks for local coal miners. Over time, his collection grew to include finer quality socks, perfect for men to wear to church on Sunday. His attention to detail and quality soon developed a global reputation as a luxury sock brand. In 1989 Corgi was honored by the award of a Royal Warrant from HRH the Prince of Wales and continues to make socks for members of the Royal Family. Corgi is still a family run business using traditional production methods. Their factory is located in the same mining town.

SKU: 80-35-5678 Categories: ,

Description

Merino Wool Socks – Horse Jumping by Corgi. Knitted using a lightweight merino wool blend and is hand finished by expert craftspeople. Merino wool is known for its ability to react to changes in your body temperature. The fine wool blend keeps you warm when it’s cold and cool when it’s hot. The blended nylon provides an impeccable fit and is breathable and soft. Wear these socks with anything from denim to suiting. One Size. Made in Wales.

Merino Wool Socks – Horse Features
63% Wool/37% Nylon
Standard length
Hand-linked toe
Machine washable
Suitable for daily wear

About Corgi
Cori was founded in 1892 by Carmarthenshire draper Rhys Jones. Inspired by the purchase of some second-hand knitting machines, Rhys began producing thigh-high woolen socks for local coal miners. Over time, his collection grew to include finer quality socks, perfect for men to wear to church on Sunday. His attention to detail and quality soon developed a global reputation as a luxury sock brand. In 1989 Corgi was honored by the award of a Royal Warrant from HRH the Prince of Wales and continues to make socks for members of the Royal Family. Corgi is still a family run business using traditional production methods. Their factory is located in the same mining town.

Additional information

Weight 0.062499999944884 lbs