About socks

For us the guarantee of quality is in first place. Apart from the quality, we put emphasis also on the final appearance of the socks. After the production is complete, we carefully check all socks and are very particular about every pair being in 100% condition. We offer above standard quality for all aspects of the product.

Stocking-like products are, at present, produced on modern knitting ready-made and finishing machines, which allow the production of technologically challenging products which are in accordance with the highest technical and aesthetical requirements of customers. In production we use high quality natural materials: cotton, wool and smart textiles such as polyamide, polyester and polypropylene in different modifications. The high utility characteristics of our products are ensured by the usage of special elastic materials and the application of special finishes for example: Aloe Vera, Eucalyptus or Silver Protection. We also work with BIO cotton and wool materials whose producers declare the principles of ecological production and Fair trade – fair commerce.

Hem structure

  • Classic hem

    Classic hem

    The fine rubber fibre, which is woven into hem, ensures good wearing and close-fitting around the calf. The hem is structured slightly differently.
  • Loose-medical hem

    Loose-medical hem

    The loose hem in the area of the calf, with a high degree of expansion, is ideal for customers who have problems with swelling legs, or those with sensitive skin. Comfortable wear is ensured by using elastic materials (rubber) only in a few lines of the upper part of the hem.
  • Pique hem

    Pique hem

    This kind of hem distributes pressure of elastane to a larger area, and, in this way, stops the hem from rolling down and, at the same time, doesn´t press the leg in the area above the ankle.

Structure of the body of socks

  • Breathable zone

    Breathable zone

    In the structure of the sock, the reticulated or ribbed pattern of the knitted fabric in combination with appropriate material (most commonly combination of cotton and polypropylene) secure effective draining of dampness and breathability of the sock.
  • Elastic bandage

    Elastic bandage

    In the structure of the product there is a special elastic zone, which prevents the sock from sliding in the shoe and protects the skin from unwanted blistering and rubbing.
  • Higher heel – reinforcement above heel

    Higher heel – reinforcement above heel

    For reinforcement of the most strained part of the sock, which is the area of „Achilles heel“ enweaving of polyamide (PAD) fibre is used. Such reinforcement enhances the endurance ability against rubbing of this part of the sock, for example when wearing shoes.
  • Reinforced tip and heel

    Reinforced tip and heel

    Higher endurance against straining and rubbing is achieved by adding extra material in the area of the heel and tip of the sock. Apart from the 100% cotton products polyamide (PAD) fibre is used for reinforcing.
  • Terry zone on the sole/Massage terry zone

    Terry zone on the sole/Massage terry zone

    By adding an additional looser fibre when knitting the material, small loops above the surface of the knitted fabric appear. They create a fine, soft surface – terry. Such enlarged volume of the material acts as protection against rubbing and blistering of the skin and also has good isolation characteristics. The massage effect is achieved by interlacing terry and plain knitted fabric in the sole.

Tip structure

  • Chained tip

    Chained tip

    Closure of the tip is done in such way, that the joint is comfortable when wearing the sock, and it is not pressing on the toes. The chaining of the tip creates a very fine joint in which the loops lie opposite each other and are individually connected.
  • Flat stitch in tip

    Flat stitch in tip

    There is a soft closure of the tip which is softer than classical stitching and is functionally similar to a chained tip.
  • Sewn tip

    Sewn tip

    There is classical stitching of the product in the area of tip, making sure that the sock will not cause rubbing.

Materials

  • Acrylic (PAN)

    Acrylic (PAN)

    This material excels mostly in its stability when exposed to sunlight, its general stability, its ability to stretch and its resistance to acids. It doesn´t have a tendency to lose shape and sag. It is often produced in combination with wool.
  • Cotton

    Cotton

    Is the main natural textile material which possesses the ideal complex of characteristics to be used for the production of textile products. It is characterized by suitable stability and good warmth and insulation characteristics. It is a soft comfortable material, of plant origin, with the ability to absorb colourings well.
  • Polyamide (PAD)

    Polyamide (PAD)

    Synthetic fibres (nylon) have good stability and endurance against abrading. They absorb colours well, are characterized by low absorption of moisture and, for this reason, they are popular materials with sportsmen as part of their functional clothing and socks.
  • Polyester (PES)

    Polyester (PES)

    These synthetic fibres resist microorganisms well and are manufactured in combination with cotton, wool or viscose. They are characterized by high stability and low moisture absorption. Their disadvantage is their tendency toward sagging.
  • Polypropylene (POP)

    Polypropylene (POP)

    Polypropylene fibres are very resistant to abrading, have good mechanical and chemical resistance.
  • Polyurethane (PUR)

    Polyurethane (PUR)

    This material belongs to the elastomeric fibres, which are characterized by their ability to stretch and their ability to repeatedly and almost fully return to their original size. The common expression for these fibres is derived from one of its manufacturers.
  • Wool

    Wool

    Belongs to the oldest and the most important natural textile materials used in cloth production. Thread made from sheep fleece is also popular with people with allergies. It is characterized by warmth-retaining ability, it is comfortable on the skin and absorbs colourings well. For casual wear it is treated against felting.