Men's Stitching Socks
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Men's Stitching Socks


3 for 2 Charity socks

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84% Cotton (organic), 15% Polyamide, 1% Elastane

For cosy comfort, soft texture and subtle pattern, look no further than our men’s Stitching Socks. Knitted from organic cotton with a hint of stretch, the gentle ribbed cuffs and slightly heavier weight make them the perfect socks for chillier days.

We love organic cotton, because it’s grown without harmful fertilisers and pesticides, protecting wildlife, soil quality and the workers who grow and process the cotton.

For every pair of single socks sold, we’ll donate 20p to charity.

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Average customer rating 5 out of 5, based on 5 reviews.

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Nice thick socks!

Giving these 5/5 on feel and appearance alone, as they're so thick and cosy, and the colours are subtle but festive. Our menfolk also need wonderful Seasalt cheer for the colder winter months! My hubby will love these, as he loves all his Seasalt things!

Posted by  •  26th November 2020

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For women?

I keep looking at these socks but they are for men! Can we have them for women as well. They are so beautiful!

Posted by  •  5th October 2020


Dear Seasaltfan,

Thanks for your review. We'll be sure to pass your suggestion on to the design team!
In the meantime, take a look at our women's sock collection here:

Best wishes,
The Seasalt Team

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Good quality and comfortable. Highly recommended.

Posted by  •  26th November 2019

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Good quality

Good quality. Rich colours

Posted by  •  16th October 2019

Fit: True to Size 
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woderful socks

I am very pleased with the quality and colour of these socks

Posted by  •  10th October 2019

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