Type 007 Hand Linked Socks, Chlorophyll
From Tender Co.: "Chlorophyll is a green pigment extracted from plant matter. Chlorophyll, from the Greek for green leaf, was first isolated in 1817 by Pierre Joseph Pelletier and Joseph Bienaimé Caventou. It quickly denatures (as when vegetables are overcooked or allowed to go stale) to become khaki or brown, and so is quite a difficult dye to obtain."
- Made using antique mechanical tubular knitting machines that produce long, continuous tubes of socks, which are then cut into individual socks and hand-linked at the toe
- Dyed with chlorophyll in England
- Double thickness terry sole
- Fully shaped heel
- Deep calf rib
- Tender logo is loosely transfer printed by hand and will fade away over time
- Cotton / nylon blend
Made in England
THIS PRODUCT IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE, AND IS NOW VIEWABLE ONLY AS PART OF OUR HISTORICAL ARCHIVE.