The PieceWaverly GOTS Organic Cotton Pattern Socks
The Fabric78% ORGANIC COTTON* 19% RECYCLED NYLON** 3% ELASTANE
Does GoodOrganic cotton reduces the pollution within the environment its grown in, because it doesn't use harmful chemicals and pesticides to develop - meaning the cotton pickers are not exposed to the nasties which regular cotton is grown with. It also uses approximately 71% less water versus conventionally grown cotton, just two of the many reasons we only use organic cotton. GOTS stands for The Global Organic Textile Standard and is the leading global standard in certifying organic raw materials; from the harvesting and growth of the cotton - to ensuring the factories are adhering to the highest of social responsibilities within manufacturing.
The FeelingCrafted in our incredibly soft GOTS organic cotton yarn, these sustainable socks are breathable and naturally kind, so your feet (and the planet) stay happy and healthy. They have a Thought branded sole with a strong heel and toe for long wear. Soft and breathable fabric, they have hand-linked toes for a seamless feel.
The FitOne size fits all, UK4 to UK7
Free GB standard delivery on orders over £49.
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Free returns on all GB orders (except hygiene products).
Any items purchased between between Monday 7th November – Saturday 24th December can be returned to us for a refund until Friday 20th January 2023. This has been extended for the festive period.
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Waverly Organic Cotton Pattern Socks - Black
a little about us...
we are thought
we believe in easy-to-wear clothes. We use natural fabrics; like bamboo, hemp and organic cotton. Sustainable, organic clothing is important to us. Because we want to create fashion that fits your lifestyle.
our committments and values
we've sourced the most earth-kind fabrics we could find. so you don't have to think about it
we only work with natural, sustainable and recycled materials. minimum impact, maximum quality.