These wool socks are made using the rare low-gauge knitting machines and techniques passed down from generation to generation by SOUKI, a small sock manufacturer established 90 years ago in Nara Japan.
Crafted with an abundance of soft and warm shrink-resistant wool, each pair is meticulously knitted using a slow-turning, low-gauge knitting machine for utmost quality.
Reinforced with an additional strand of robust nylon thread in high-stress areas like the toe and heel, these socks boast exceptional durability, resisting pesky holes.
Their fluffy volume is not only lending a stylish warmth but also encapsulating the full functionality of wool—nature's shield against the cold.
2 different sizes available.
Made by SOUKI in Nara Japan
SOUKI is a small sock factory established in 1927 in Hiroyo, Nara Prefecture, the birthplace of Japanese socks.
Valuing the technology that has been passed down for nearly 90 years and the evolution that has resulted from trial and error to create even better socks, the company carefully crafts each pair of socks from the raw material selection to the final finishing touches, using the most suitable manufacturing method for each material.