Hemp socks from Nara Prefecture
Based in Japan's sock capital, Nara, Mauna Kea socks are produced on antique machines using 60 stitches for a looser, more comfortable fit. Production is limited to around 40 pairs per day. The tubular knit design means they’re less likely to twist on the ankle and become uncomfortable, or to lose their shape after you wash them.
Hemp is blended into the cotton yarn, making it breathable and durable. The material will naturally wick sweat away from the foot, moderating your temperature and keeping your feet dry.
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