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Luxury, velvet-lined Gift Box, containing 15 pairs of 'Danvers', the World's Finest Fil d'Ecosse Socks (in Size: Small), our most popular Mercerised Cotton sock.
The premier quality box contains the following colours of Danvers socks: 5 Pairs of Black, 5 Pairs of Dark Grey, 5 Pairs of Mid Grey.
The perfect gift for the discerning gentleman.
All Pantherella socks are Made in England, at the Pantherella factory in Leicester.
Our Egyptian Cotton is grown and processed in the Nile Delta and then spun into the highest quality yarn in Italy.
The fibres of this ‘Giza 88’ Egyptian Cotton are very long, which means that they can be spun into a very fine yarn. These long fibres are also resistant to ‘pilling’ and therefore make very durable, hard wearing socks.
The Mercerisation process removes all loose fibres from the yarn, meaning that it is completely smooth and fluff free. The result being that our Mercerised Cotton Lisle socks have a very silky and shiny appearance.
The Mercerisation process also increases the porosity of the yarn, meaning that it can be dyed to a deep, rich and vibrant colour palette and retain this colour well..
The Egyptian Cotton Pantherella use for Mercerised Cotton Lisle socks has a count of from 2/60NE to 2/100NE – this number translates as the thickness and weight of the yarn (2 ply x 60-100 yards per lb).
Pantherella Cotton Lisle Socks are knitted on a 200 needle, fine-gauge machine.
The perfect lightweight, formal dress sock.
For our Mercerised Cotton Lisle socks, Pantherella use the finest Italian sourced, extra-long staple Egyptian grown cotton. The extra-long staple determines the highest quality of cotton, as it uses uniform lengths of fibres of over 33 mm. This yarn is composed of two strands that are twisted together with an extra twist per inch than lesser quality cottons, creating one single, strong thread.
Once spun, the cotton goes through a process of Mercerisation (devised in 1844 by John Mercer of Great Harwood, Lancashire, England) whereby it is passed through a flame at high speed, to eliminate any stray surface fibres.
The result is a shiny, shrink & pill resistant yarn that absorbs dye brilliantly while maintaining its silky lustre.
|Men's Standard Stretch Sock Sizes|
|Men's Tailored Sock Sizes|
|Women's Standard Stretch Sock Sizes|
Great care has been put into the creation of your Pantherella socks and to keep them in their premium condition we ask you follow the washing and care instruction on the labels.
As a guide, most of our socks are machine washable at 40°C.
However, we advise that our cashmere and silk socks are handwash only. Our Cashmere Care Guide provides more details on how to look after your Cashmere socks.
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We advise that our luxury Merino Wool and Cashmere scarves are handwash only.