ESSENTIALS FOR ZULA Cosy Socks in Black
ESSENTIALS FOR ZULA Cosy Socks in Black
ESSENTIALS FOR ZULA Cosy Socks in Black
ESSENTIALS FOR ZULA Cosy Socks in Black

Cosy Socks in Black

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16at ESSENTIALS FOR ZULA
Last info update: 8 hour(s) ago
Available Sizes: 35-38 / Black , 39-42 / Black , 35-38 Twin Pack / Black , 39-42 Twin Pack / Black

Sustainable Values

This product is made with TENCEL™ branded lyocell that is mainly manufactured from beech wood, sourced from sustainable forests in Austria and neighboring countries

The fabric this product is made with is produced using an environmentally responsible closed loop production process, meaning its solvent has a recovery rate of more than 99%, so no chemical or organic waste is produced in the process. This means not much water is required, because it is reused continuously in its process

This product contains recycled polyester which is created by melting down post-industrial or post-consumer plastic and re-spinning it into new polyester fiber. Buying this product helps to repurpose existing plastic that would otherwise end up in the landfill or the ocean

Essentials for Zula garments are made in their own small, family-run factory in Thailand. They recognise the importance of keeping a close eye on the integrity of our supply chain - that's why they proudly make their garments in their own family-factory and in accordance to internationally recognised standards of International Labour Organisation (ILO) through the UN. This allows them to be 100% honest and take 100% responsibility for the welfare of our seamstresses. For their COSY socks, they work with a neighbouring factory in Bangkok, Thailand. The employees work 48 hours a week. The factory complies to International Labour Organisation (ILO) standards. This is guaranteed by SMETA ethical trade audits

The wool used in this item is RWS certified ensuring that it comes from farms that have a progressive approach to managing their land, practice holistic respect for animal welfare of the sheep and respect the Five Freedoms of animal welfare: Freedom from hunger and thirst, freedom from discomfort, freedom from pain, injury or disease, freedom to express normal behaviour, and freedom from fear or distress

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