Viccel Vanisee Yellow Red Pindot Mid Calf Socks
The Fil d’Ecosse Viccel Yellow Red Pindot Mid Calf Socks Socks will elevate your formal look. Durable and made from the most superior Fil d’Ecosse these men’s socks are hand-finished creating a premium men’s sock, available in a large range of colours.
We designed with comfort and style in mind, Viccel Yellow Red Pindot Mid Calf Socks from Viccel Dress socks will become your go-to socks of the season. They complement a crisp pair of denim jeans as much as they do tailored trousers. Viccel Fil d’Ecosse socks are a firm favourite for many discerning gentlemen.
100% Egyptian Cotton
100% Egyptian 2 ply Fil d’Ecosse cotton yarn, these yarn have a long staple that makes socks more durable and smoothless surface, comfortably soft and pill-resistant so you can enjoy your socks much longer.The fibres of this ‘Giza 88’ Egyptian Cotton are very long, which means that they can be spun into a very fine yarn.Viccel socks made from 80/2 NE to 60/2 NE yarns.
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Hand Linked Toe
All our socks incorporate Seamless Toes (also known as Hand Linked Toes). This is very special process which sets Viccel apart from many other sock producers and has always been essential to the philosophy of the company. Hand linking is a method of closing the toe seam by pairing together the stitches on either side, then linking them with a single thread to create a uniformly smooth and perfectly flat finish. The first truly seam-free comfort sock with no pressure points over your feet.
For This Yellow Red Pindot Mid Calf Socks are avaiable.
In single and double plated circular knitting machines, the vaned fabric is obtained by operating in the front face of one of two different yarns which are different from each other and in the way that the other can be seen on the back face of the knitted fabric.
Summer weight (Finest socks) and winter weight(middle weight) socks are made by 200 needle socks machine,heavy winter weight socks are made by 196 needle machine,
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