Please note, these socks are marked on sale for final clearance. All sales are final on this item and not returns will be accepted. These mohair socks are made from 85% kid mohair, 13% nylon and 2% spandex. The foot is only in contact with natural, un-dyed bouclé yarn. An outside sheath of nylon/spandex ensures elasticity. These mohair socks, which are warmer, more resistant and softer than woolen socks, prevent perspiration. The foot is always dry. We carry these unisex socks in Black in sizes Medium and Large. They are considered ankle socks. View the sizing tab for more information on how to size properly.
Chèvrerie Le Grand Flodden is located province of Quebec and the socks are crafted from mohair, the fiber produced by angora goats. These angora goats have been raised for about thirty years at Grand Flodden Farm in Quebec’s Eastern Townships. Louise Lauzon and Ivan Steenhout, owners of Grand Flodden Farm, located in Racine in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, raised purebred angora goats for nearly thirty years. Now a page has been turned: their flock, which numbered some 100 heads, was recently sold. However, they still have a good stock of mohair accumulated over the years and continue to hand-produce unique pieces in mohair. Louise, an excellent knitter, continues to hand-knit various garments and accessories in mohair (sweaters, shawls, scarves, tuques, mittens, etc.) which she sells at a number of Salons and Exhibitions in Quebec, while Ivan is responsible for commercial relations and marketing of products manufactured in larger numbers, such as socks or blankets.
Maintenance for these mohair socks is easy: machine wash and rinse at the same temperature (warm or cold water) and hang to dry.
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