Pima cotton is exceptional due to its extra-long silky fibers, and Peru is famous worldwide for being one of the globe's most perfect climates in which to grow this luxury cotton.
Peruvian pima cotton is hand-harvested, which means the production process has a much-reduced impact on the environment compared to a machine-based harvesting production process. Hand-harvesting also means there is significantly less non-cotton matter gathered while collecting the cotton, which contributes to pima cotton's purity and elevated quality.
Pile-resistant, ultra-durable, remarkably soft, and refinedly smooth.
Pima cotton is hypoallergenic for those with sensitive skin, and it's breathable and moisture-wicking for those active sock-lovers.
This style has colored toes and heels contrasting and complementing the body of the sock.
Generous ribbed cuff to ensure a no slip fit on the leg and ankle.
Unisex, available in 4 sizes for all people with all sizes of feet.
Custom designed by a collaboration of the Pokoloko team: Evee Chan, Devon Smith, Case Bakker & Jessie Lyon. Available exclusively at Pokoloko.
A gift the receiver will deeply appreciate. Luxury that lasts.
Q: What is pima cotton? Pima cotton is one of the most luxurious cottons in the world. Pima cotton is known for its extra-long, silky fibres, and grows in the optimal growing conditions of coastal Northern Peru. The luxury fibre produces a silky smooth fabric that is very strong and very durable, and is resistant to piling and wrinkling. Pokoloko's pima cotton is hand-harvested, which means there is less detritus and impurities mixed in during the harvesting process as there would be with a machine. As a result of this purity, pima cotton is exceptionally-soft with a refined smoothness. This premium fibre is moisture-wicking, breathable, and hypoallergenic. Q: What does "hand-harvested" mean? Hand-harvested means the production process has a much-reduced impact on the environment compared to a machine-based harvesting production process. Hand-harvested means there is significantly less non-cotton matter gathered while collecting the cotton which contributes to Pokoloko pima cotton's purity and elevated quality. Q: Why are pima cotton socks good for the feet? Pima cotton socks are breathable, lightweight, and durable. Pima cotton socks are moisture-wicking, breathable, and hypoallergenic. Pima cotton has long, silky fibres that are resistant to piling, as well as being silky soft for ultra comfort. We can't wait for you to try them! Q: How do I style patterned socks? Patterned socks are a great way to add character to any outfit. At the office, pair the printed pima socks with a crisp suit. Show off the Cactus print with shorts and runners on a summer day. Try the Frenchie with a sun dress and some maryjanes. Channel your inner similing Sloth and relax the day away. Have fun!