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Lightweight Merino wool socks.

Lightweight Merino wool socks.

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Maybe one of the more important products you need but often forgotten about, the sock. This is a lightweight all activity Merino wool socks that just works.

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Area of use.

Our intention with this sock was to make it extremely versatile, just like most of our products, but we also want to make this one lightweight. One of those socks you can wear in any season without a problem and during any activity, slow pace to high pace.

Product background.

Form follows function is a strong guiding star of ours hence was the design made minimal where knitting techniques and colors all serves a purpose. 

From a material point of view, in our minds, there are no better option than Merino wool when it comes to a product that you wear next to your skin. There are so many pros with Merino wool. Just to name a few: it does not start to smell and it keeps you warm even when wet. The choice is simple, we going for a Merino wool mix.

To sum it all up: A lightweight, all activity, Merino wool sock.


1. Keeps you warm while wet.
One of the magical properties of wools, it keeps you warm even when wet.

2. Does not start to smell the way synthetic socks does.

Merino wool fibers have natural antibacterial properties, which inhibit the growth of odor-causing bacteria.

3. Reinforce areas.
The darker colored areas, the toe, heel and bottom area are all reinforced for better durability.


The socks are unisex and comes in 4 sizes. The weight is approximately and can wary sligtly.

Size chart.

Unisex sizes.

Weight chart.

Unisex weight in gram.


Our socks is made from a combination of 47% Merino wool, 41% Polyamid and 12% Lycra.

Even though Merino wool is such a great material it does come with a few drawbacks. It is much more delicate and fragil than any synthetic fiber and that is why one needs to work with a combination of Merino wool and synthetic fibers when it comes to socks.

Even though they consist of a mixture of Merino wool and synthetic fibres, it is normal to see some lighter pilling after the first uses and the firs wash. This is inevitable and normal as the material is exposed to a lot of friction, however this will not effect the function of the socks.

Our socks are knitted in the heart of the Swedish textile industry just outside of Borås. In small town called Dalsjöfors you'll find an extremely iconic factory building with its triangle shaped roof. And when you grab the door handle you can feel the centuries of knowledge that has been stored inside the building.


There are multiple types of materials used in our products, everything from wood, wool, plastics to metals. Each and every one of these materials are being made using a variety of processes. We choose our materials carefully both from how they are made to how they function but also to how they can be circulated once the product cannot be used any more.


Recycled or natural:
Recyclable or Biodegrade:
Certified content:
Other initiative:
Recycled or natural 47% Merino wool.
Recyclable or Biodegradable.
Certified content. Oeko-tex Standard 100.
Other initiative.

* Really important to understand is that even if a single material in theory can be recycled or biodegraded there are today currently no standardised recycling or biodegrading systems for textile garments.


We believe that transparency plays an extremely important role. Once one fully understand the complexity of production, one can start to change it and that is why we also want to share the true story behind our products.To really understand where a product has been made you have to break it down into all its components and materials. All these materials and components are almost never produced in the same place or country as where the product is sewn.


Tier 1, Sewing: Knitting in Sweden.
Tier 4, Raw material:
Tier 3, Refinement:
Tier 2, Assembly:
Tier 4. Raw material. Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Italy and France.
Tier 3. Refinement. Spinning in Romania and Bulgaria.
Tier 2. Assembly. Finishing and dyeing in Germany and Italy.


In addition to the garment-specific wash instructions, there are some general tips that can both extend the life of the garments and save you a lot of time in the laundry room.

Air: The absolute easiest and best way to keep your garments fresh is to air them. Some materials such as merino wool have natural antibacterial properties. This means that the garment stays fresh much longer. You will be amazed at how fresh the t-shirt feels after being aired on a hanger during the night.

Focus on the stain: Did you get a stain? Focus on it. It is often that garments are washed completely unnecessarily, when you really only need to remove a small stain. In most cases, it is enough to rub a little hand dishwashing detergent with lukewarm water on the stain. Then make sure to rinse thoroughly and hang to dry.

Detergent: Use the right detergent for the right material. There are a plenty of different detergents out there, so try to find a detergent that is both gentle on the environment and your garment. Some materials are a little more delicate, such as merino wool. For these garments, we recommend Organotex wool and down wash.

Specific care instrucitons: Delicate wash inside out with similar colors in cold water on gentle cycle. Do not tumble dry. Do not use fabric softener. Do not bleach or dry clean. We recommend that you use woo-detergent.

Merino wool is a delicate fiber, therefore it's important to wash the socks inside out. We also recommend that you use a washing bag when machine washing any Merino wool. After the first use and wash there will be a natural pilling however this will not effect the function of the socks.