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Tey-Art

Melange Cable Socks

$26.00

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These melange cable socks feature a ribbed texture, along with dots of multicolored threads sprinkled throughout the weave. These socks are sure to keep your toes nice and toasty all year round! Pamper your feet with the perfect mid-weight sock. 

Mid to High Calf Fit

Please note that these socks are a blend of alpaca and sheep's wool, so these socks are made from 60% natural fibers.

  • 34% Alpaca, 28% Acrylic, 26% Wool, 10% Nylon, 2% Spandex
  • Machine Wash Cold, Lay Flat to Dry
  • Made in Peru
Tey-Art, denoting the words "textiles" and "artistry," was founded in 2001 with a vision to create unique, handcrafted clothing and accessories for women. The company is committed to natural, sustainable fibers, such as alpaca, as well as only working with factories and co-ops that subscribe to the principles of Fair Trade Labor. Tey-Art enjoys working with skilled artisans in Peru, many of whom are located high in the Andes mountains, to create their vibrant, textural collections.

These melange cable socks feature a ribbed texture, along with dots of multicolored threads sprinkled throughout the weave. These socks are sure to keep your toes nice and toasty all year round! Pamper your feet with the perfect mid-weight sock. 

Mid to High Calf Fit

Please note that these socks are a blend of alpaca and sheep's wool, so these socks are made from 60% natural fibers.

  • 34% Alpaca, 28% Acrylic, 26% Wool, 10% Nylon, 2% Spandex
  • Machine Wash Cold, Lay Flat to Dry
  • Made in Peru
Tey-Art, denoting the words "textiles" and "artistry," was founded in 2001 with a vision to create unique, handcrafted clothing and accessories for women. The company is committed to natural, sustainable fibers, such as alpaca, as well as only working with factories and co-ops that subscribe to the principles of Fair Trade Labor. Tey-Art enjoys working with skilled artisans in Peru, many of whom are located high in the Andes mountains, to create their vibrant, textural collections.