100% wool. 100% Handmade.
Coptic Variant of socks on the lands of the Byzantine Empire and neighbors.
The earliest finds date back to the 11th century.
The Minology of Basil II is replete with images of such things.
The socks are knitted with canvas and then sewn, as is done on the artifact.
Version of “Coptic” knitting with one needle approved by the knitting pattern itself based on the finded artefacts
Thanks to their beautiful and contrasting patterns, these socks look very dressy on the feet and gracefully complete the look.
Woolen socks are an indispensable element of clothing at any historical festival. They will keep your feet warm in any weather. This is especially important on cool evenings and when walking in historical shoes with thin soles on wet ground.
Woolen socks keep you warm even when wet, and the effect of natural wool on the soles of the feet improves blood circulation and gives the feet extra warmth.
The wool sock also gives extra cushioning to the foot when walking over rocks, roots or any other difficult terrain.
Contrary to popular belief, walking in woolen socks in the summer in the heat is also quite comfortable. A leg in a natural woolen sock, even in the heat, does not overheat and does not sweat.