Product number: 80440069000
Three different spinning methods 3-pair pack of socks using thread
Comes with a drawstring bag with an atmosphere
Enjoy different touches and designs for each.
1. Ring spun yarn
Developed around the 1830s. It is the oldest and most basic mechanical spinning method. The touch is also extremely orthodox and stable.
Design: 1940s U.S. military boot socks
2. Open-end spun yarn
Born in the 1950s. A method in which short fibers are twisted and spun while they are scattered in a machine and converged in a vortex of air. Due to centrifugal force, relatively coarse fibers are gathered in the outer shell, creating a moderate hardness on the surface of the thread, which is characterized by a dry texture.
Design: Socks from the Vietnam War
3. It is an epoch-making manufacturing method that makes full use of modern Japanese spinning technology that eliminates pilling and fluff and eliminates the loss of shape of the yarn itself.
Design: NATO military socks with a high degree of perfection.
The attached bag is recommended not only as a carrying case, but also as a bag-in-bag or for use alone.
Please enjoy the comfort and design with different characteristics of each of the three types of spinning.
1. COTTON 95%, NYLON 5%
2. COTTON 83%, NYLON 17%
3. COTTON 91%, NYLON 8%, POLYURETHANE 1%
MADE IN JAPAN
*This product will be delivered by Click Post of Japan Post, so we are unable to specify the date and time. note that.
What is Nigel Cabourn?
A world-famous collector of vintage military, workwear and outdoor wear A British designer Nigel Cabourn's collection.
Inspired by a vintage collection of over 4,000 items that he has collected over the past 30 years, his collection transcends time and is reborn into something new.
It is very characteristic that Nigel himself divides his own designs into British production (authentic line) and Japan production (main line).
For the former, we mainly use British-origin materials such as Harris Tweed and Ventile, and use items that are produced in Mackintosh factories and knitwear factories in Scotland. By sorting out unique fabrics that cannot be made and items that utilize dyeing and processing techniques that cannot be realized, we create a collection that cannot be found anywhere else.