T2 SKI ECO KIDS SOCKS

, REF: 6410126

$15.96

- 20%
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Excellent Lorpen quality/price ratio for small skiers who already dominate the slopes

73%Merino Wool 20%Stretch Nylon with Lycra 7%Red-Cycled nylon

Features

Height: Over Calf (Hits just below knee, just above the top of the calf)
Reinforcement: No
Cushioned: Sole
AutumnSpringSummerWinter
Season: Winter
Thin (1/4)Medium (2/4)Thick (3/4)Very Thick (4/4)
Thickness: Medium (2/4)

Technology

T2

Technology for technical socks with two differentiated layers of yarn, blending different types of fibers to offer limited performance for athletes.

Fibers

Merino Wool

Due to the long length and short diameter of the fiber, Merino sheep's wool creates a softer yarn with a finer loop that is softer to the touch than wool from other species of sheep. The fiber's core is hydrophilic (water retaining) and breathable. Since it retains heat even when damp, it is the fiber used in the middle layer of our T3 socks and the main fiber in our T2 socks for use in colder temperatures.

Red Cycled Nylon

Red-Cycled Nylon yarn is 100% made with fish nets whose useful life in the fishing industry has come to an end. Instead of becoming a hazard at the bottom of the ocean or garbage elsewhere, they are recycled into a new nylon yarn. This continuous fiber yarn is characterized by its strength and cushioning capacity. This is the fiber that is most resistant to wear and tear.

Stretch Nylon with Lycra

Lycra is a synthetic elastane fiber that can stretch up to six times its length and go back to its original state again and again. Its strategic placement in the outer layer of Lorpen socks guarantees a long life for our socks. Along with Nylon, Lycra is characterized by its strength and cushioning capacity.

Composition

Technical composition: 73%Merino Wool 20%Stretch Nylon with Lycra 7%Red-Cycled nylon

Legal composition: 73%Wool 25%Polyamide 2%Elastane

* The technical composition offers details on the type of thread and material. The legal composition refers to the net amount of each material. Differences between the two compositions may arise in socks made with more than one material.