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Kids' Merino Wool Small Stripe Sock

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8610
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  • 5
    Kids merino socks

    Love these socks, excellent quality and warm. Far superior to lamington which are almost twice the price!

  • 5
    Kids merino socks

    Love these socks, excellent quality and warm. Far superior to lamington which are almost twice the price!

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Kids merino socks

    Love these socks, excellent quality and warm. Far superior to lamington which are almost twice the price!

  • 5
    Kids merino socks

    Love these socks, excellent quality and warm. Far superior to lamington which are almost twice the price!

Description

Put a smile on your little one's feet with these quality, comfortable merino blend socks. Designed to be fun with the moisture management properties of merino wool, combined with lycra to provide no-slip, stay-up fit, and nylon for strength and durability.

Features;

  • 70% Merino Wool, 25% Nylon, 5% Lycra
  • No-slip, stay-up fit
  • Proudly made in New Zealand, at Norsewood

Size Guide

As kids feet vary so much the following age/size guild are approximates
  • Size 5-8 fits approx 3-5 (heel to toe measurement in pack = 15cm)
  • Size 9-12 approx 5-8 years old (heel to toe measurement in pack = 17.5cm)
  • Size 13-3 approx 8-10 years old (heel to toe measurement in pack = 19cm)

Brand; The Norsewood factory is rebranding some socks to Duthie & Bull*. 

During the transition you may receive product under either Norsewear or Duthie & Bull labels.

They are the same quality socks made by the same awesome team in the same factory here in Norsewood.

*DUTHIE & BULL were ship builders and entrepreneurs, whose ships the Ballarat and Hovding transported Scandanavian migrants to New Zealand in the early 1870s. Those adventurous pioneers established themselves in settlements now known as Norsewood and Dannevirke in the heart of New Zealand's Tararua District.