Chup socks are inspired by the patterns of various indigenous tribes from around the globe. Each sock is woven to the highest quality through a stocking frame machine, whilst paying utmost care and attention to details on colour and design. All designs are original and executed with the most beautiful selection of yarns available. Their aim is to design high quality, yet comfortable socks, without compromising the intricate patterns of each style. The machines used are a traditional low gauge stocking frame machine, which on average, a single machine only produces 20–25 pairs a day. Their master craftsman carefully inspect all finished products, to guarantee socks manufactured to an impeccable quality. Since 2009
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Oatmeal Triphon Socks
TRIPHON–The aboriginal Sami people live in Lapland and northern Russia.These socks are based on the image of their refreshing use of colors in their traditional costumes.”Triphon”means the Sami summer ceremony, a procession through four villages.
These socks use combed cotton yarn, which is a very soft version of regular cotton. Combed cotton doesn’t have any impurities or short protruding threads, is stronger than regular cotton, and is made by treating the cotton fibres before they are spun into yarn.
Cotton, Acrylic, Nylon, Polyurethane
Made in Japan