What is SOKKI?
The SOKKI team is a family that cares about the well-being of their, and your, feet. We'll stop at nothing for SOKKI to feel light, comfortable, and natural.
Do you have a SOKKI retail store?
SOKKI does not currently have a store location. However, we are partnering with retail concept stores. If you would like to sell SOKKI in your shop, please send us an inquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the size?
We have our socks in three sizes - 36-40 (UK 3,5-6,5), 41-44 (UK 7-9,5) and 45-48 (UK 10-12,5).
Will SOKKI shrink after washing?
SOKKI socks are washed and ironed after they are knitted. If you follow the cleaning instructions, SOKKI socks will remain good as new.
What are the lengths of the socks?
Currently we have mid calf (crew) and low socks available.
What are the materials used?
Organic combed cotton - an extremely soft version of cotton for a natural feeling and breathability. It is also hypoallergenic and good for those with skin sensitivities or allergies, and diabetes. Polyamide is used for heel and toe enforcement, and elastane (lycra) for a comfortable and ergonomic feeling.
Where is SOKKI made?
All the materials, techniques and socks themselves are made in EU. Countries involved: Portugal, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia.
What is a difference between Sports and Casual collections?
SOKKI Casual Collection is designed as dress socks, but can be used as sports socks. SOKKI Sports collection is designed as sports (golf, tennis, trekking, gym etc.) socks, but can be used as high comfort everyday socks, especially during colder seasons.
Are the SOKKI dyed?
SOKKI socks are not dyed. They are knit from different colored yarns. This ensures top quality and a natural feel.
What is SOKKI washing care recommendation?
SOKKI are made using the highest quality fibres and yarns. For the best results, and to prolong SOKKI lifecycle we recommend you:
- Do not bleach,
- Machine Wash, detergent or soap, spin cycle, and a machine designed for this purpose. Initial water temperature should not exceed 40°C or 105F,
- Tumble Dry may be regularly used at a maximum of Low Heat setting (max 60°C or 140F),
- Regular ironing, steam or dry, may be performed at Low setting (110°C or 230F) only.