Organic Cotton Ankle Socks 2-Pack

Organic Cotton Ankle Socks 2-Pack

made in Europe
organic cotton
peta approved

£11.50

Description
The ankle socks are core wardrobe essentials, so it's a great sustainable swap to make in your everyday life. The Organic Basics ones offer the brand's trusted level of quality. The stretch blend features reinforced stress zones for durability, and a hand-linked toe for a seamless feel. Made from soft organic cotton that will cuddle your feet.
Care guide

Machine washable. Maximum 40°C wash

Size guide

Organic Cotton Ankle Socks
EU 35-38 39-42 43-46
UK 3,5-5,5 6,5-8 9-12,5
US 4-6 7-9 10-12

Delivery

FREE delivery on orders over £100
Standard UK Delivery - 3-5 working days | £2.99
Express UK Delivery - 1-2 days | £5.99
Delivery to Rest of World - 7-10 working days | £35
*Please note Import duties and taxes may apply for International deliveries.

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organic basics

design everything to last.

Organic Basics put sustainable thinking at the centre of everything they do. They only choose fabrics that care for our environment and only ever partner with factories that care about their impact, too.

"When we say sustainability is our core mission we don’t mean that sustainability is nice to have - we mean that it’s the only way we act."

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we don’t just talk; we walk the walk.

Inspired by simple Scandinavian design, Organic Basics garments are soft, comforting and with you every step of the way. The simple designs suit every-body and provide support and style.

From sustainable materials, production and workplace standards to the entire business model, Organic Basics is constantly optimising its environmental and social footprints.
Organic Basics go far to minimise their waste; the resources that they use from fibre to finished products. They only work with organic and recycled materials.

"Working with sustainability is not an end goal, it’s a process of optimisation. I think the day we stop optimising for sustainability in Organic Basics is the day we die."