Arctic Kids' Merino Socks - rose red

SKU: N43802P08-21-24
Arctic Kids&
Arctic Kids&

Arctic Kids' Merino Socks - rose red

SKU: N43802P08-21-24
Regular price 12,95 €
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  • Made responsibly in China

Arctic line children’s merino wool socks are exceptionally warm. Their knit is soft and thick terry knit, which feels particularly comfortable against a child’s skin. The socks feel breathable and they transfer moisture effectively from the skin, keeping the feet dry. The seam-free merino wool socks fit well inside ski boots, winter shoes and alpine skiing boots. The multipurpose socks are designed for cold conditions.

Merino wool is 100% natural material obtained from merino sheep. Merino wool fibers bind warming air between skin and the covering layer. Natural fibers transfer moisture effectively away from skin. Thanks to its antibacterial properties, it is often enough to give the cloth airing, to make it fresh again. The merino wool used by North Outdoor is ethically produced mulesing free wool.

Product details

• merino wool socks
• really warm, breathable and antibacterial
• for cool weather, for indoor and outdoor use
• normal leg length
• tight, thick and soft knit
• mulesing free merino wool
• machine washable


• 63% merino wool, 27% polyamide, 9% polyester, 1% elastane
• knit: terry

• the most important care measure of merino wool socks is airing
• the less frequently you wash the item, the better
• machine wash at a low wash temperature, 30 degrees, the inside of the product turned out
• spin the socks with the lowest possible spin settings
• use a wash bag to save machine washable merino wool socks
• use a detergent suitable for washing wool, pH below 7
• don’t use rinse agents
• don’t use a tumble dryer
• you may iron or steam the socks gently with the lowest setting
• use a lint remover – merino wool socks may get pilled with rubbing

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