J.B. Field's 96% Organic Cotton Weekender Socks - MEDIUM (SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT)
J.B. Field's 96% Organic Cotton Weekender Socks - MEDIUM (SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT)
J.B. Field's 96% Organic Cotton Weekender Socks - MEDIUM (SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT)

J.B. Field's 96% Organic Cotton Weekender Socks - MEDIUM (SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT)

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  • 1 Year No Risk Guarantee
  • Made in Canada
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  • Made with ethically sourced yarns
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At 96% organic cotton, these everyday socks have one of the highest percentages of cotton of any socks we sell. Cotton is known to be soft and breathable, making it a comfortable sock year-round, and the GOTS-certified organic cotton makes these the eco-friendly choice. The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) ensures that the raw materials are processed in an environmentally sustainable and socially responsible way. Only textile products that contain a minimum of 70% organic fibers can become GOTS certified.
 
Sizes available:
                                      Medium (Women's 5-9/ Men's 4-8 Shoe)
  • Cotton Socks: 96% ORGANIC Cotton, 4% Nylon Lycra
  • Organic cotton is grown in an environmentally sustainable way without the use of harsh pesticides and synthetic fertilizers (GOTS CERTIFIED)
  • Ribbing on the calf to prevent slouching  
  • Light Weight: 60-75grams(M-XL)
  • Made proudly in Toronto, Canada!


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Machine Wash Warm, Wash Inside Out. Do Not Bleach. Tumble Dry Low. Do Not Iron. Do Not Dry Clean.

If any of ourJ.B.Field's socks do not meet your expectations, under our No-Risk Guarantee, we will replace them with ones that do – at no cost for you within 1 year of purchase.

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A Made in Canada Story

Founded in 1877 in Tavistock Ontario, J.B. Field's was origionally set up to manufacture socks for the logging industry. Today it still remains a family owned business focused on making the world's best socks.