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Tey-Art

Zany Stripe Socks

$18.50

These mid-weight geometric alpaca striped socks were designed by Tey Art's founder and utilize a smaller micron yarn to create a more intricate design.  These are soft and warm while still lightweight enough to be a great trouser sock for work or everyday.

Why Alpaca Socks Are Superior

+ Moisture-wicking

+ Odor-resistant

+ Thermoregulating

+ Durable (stronger than wool and cotton)

+ Warm and soft


  • 41% alpaca / 34% acrylic / 23% nylon / 2% spandex
  • Machine Wash Cold, tumble dry low
  • 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 mid-weight geometric alpaca striped socks were designed by Tey Art's founder and utilize a smaller micron yarn to create a more intricate design.  These are soft and warm while still lightweight enough to be a great trouser sock for work or everyday.

Why Alpaca Socks Are Superior

+ Moisture-wicking

+ Odor-resistant

+ Thermoregulating

+ Durable (stronger than wool and cotton)

+ Warm and soft


  • 41% alpaca / 34% acrylic / 23% nylon / 2% spandex
  • Machine Wash Cold, tumble dry low
  • 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.