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Knits are the hit this season!! These thick textured cable-knit socks are the perfect addition to your winter wardrobe. Pulled fashionably to the thigh or slouched effortlessly to the calf, they feature a fold-over cuff and tassle tie. Custom knit on a loom - we use a thick gauge needle with blended yarn to create this wonderful pattern of cable and diamond rib texture. Get cozy by the fire....warm your toesies in your boots... or enjoy a wintery walk without your legs freezing in the cold. They.are.to.die.for.
We also offer our Alpine Thigh High Boot Socks in six other colors.
PLEASE NOTE: We make every effort to ensure colors are represented accurately online. Due to possible variances in manufacturer dye lots, however, colors may vary slightly from what is depicted. Also, due to the printing process of the pattern, slight imperfections in the pattern may exist.
FIT: ONE SIZE. Fits women's shoe size 6-11. They measure ~26in. from heel to top of cuff (not folded over). Top cuff can stretch to accommodate up to 24in. circumference.
FIBER: Very soft acrylic blend and nylon for stretch. This yarn is the perfect blend for allowing warmth but not overly so.
CARE: Hand wash cold, lay flat to dry.
Slight irregularities and variations in weave, color, and size are characteristic of materials and should not be considered to be defective.
I bought these socks thinking they would look fabulous under my boots, but they are way to thick for that purpose.
They look cute just wearing them around the house over some black tights Unknown on 4th Jan 2017
There really are beautiful! And so warm! I wore them on a trip to NYC and they looked awesome and kept my legs nice and warm while it was all snow and ice outside. Highly recommended! Jane on 23rd Dec 2016
i am so glad to see fresh new looks ; vintage,and yet modern and comfortable, proud to see made in U:S:A:you rock grace and lace; peggy sue on 7th Nov 2016