- Carlo Lanza | Made in Italy
- 85% Egyptian Cotton | 15% Silk
- Special details :
- Hand linked toe seam. Optimum durability due the reinforced toe and heel
- Quality Mark:
- Oeko Tex® standard 100
- In stock
- Delivery time:
- 2-4 days
- Free delivery for orders above 150,--
- Quick delivery
- 5 stars Google rating
- Made in Italy
These lightblue socks from the Carlo Lanza brand are made by a family business in Italy. The fabrics have been selected with great attention to quality and durability. Cotton is known for its excellent ability to absorb moisture and to be skin- friendly. That makes these socks a must-have for every man.
The customer helped create the most optimal socks
Before having these socks produced in Italy, they were extensively tested by a customer panel. The sock has been further perfected with a few tips from the panel. For example, all socks are made slightly longer on the calf and extra elastane is included which ensures that the socks will stay-up perfectly. After testing we started purchasing the yarn from a large manufacturer in Northern Italy. The chosen cotton is Egyptian cotton, which belongs to the world’s top. It feels soft, yet is very strong and colourfast. In addition, all yarns are dyed according the Oeko Tex® quality mark. No chemical toxins are added during the yarn dyeing process. After dyeing the yarn goes to the factory in Italy. In the factory the socks are made on a knitting machine, in the last step the socks will be hand linked and shaped. This way you won't feel an annoying seam at the toe. All details are equally important.
Before the socks leave the factory and will be shipped to the Netherlands, each sock is washed and ironed. Everything in the process is done to ensure that you as a customer will receive the finest product!
|Brand||Carlo Lanza | Made in Italy|
|Material||85% Egyptian Cotton | 15% Silk|
|Special details||Hand linked toe seam. Optimum durability due the reinforced toe and heel|
|Quality Mark||Oeko Tex® standard 100|
Product & Care
Socks often go with the big pile of laundry and unfortunately get little attention. Still, I want to give you some tips regarding washing your socks. Read more