Galabou is a spinning method that was developed uniquely in Japan during the Edo period, enabling the mechanical spinning of short-fibered Japanese cotton. Currently, there are only a few of these spinning machines remaining in Japan.
For those who feel the cold, these socks provide warmth while remaining breathable, making them particularly suitable for combating summer air conditioning. They also have a firm thickness and sinking slightly spongey feeling when walking, which makes them comfortable for people who walk a lot in for sports or work.
This cute, mid-length style features a casual ribbed knit that is not too long or too short, with bamboo accents.
*This product is regular length. If you would like mini crew length one, please order it from the link below.
→Garabou Mini Crew Length Socks
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Colors: Three overall / Ecru, Natural black, Indigo
22.5-24.5cm (heel to toe length of about 21cm)
25-27cm (heel to toe length of about 25cm)
(Please allow for slight measurement variance due to flat measurements and size calculations.)
Materials: 96% Organic Cotton, 3% Nylon, 1% Polyurethane (Made in Japan)