Supima Herringbone Socks | Indigo | American Trench + Manready Mercantile

New for 2016, a light weight indigo dyed textured herringbone sock knit from USA grown and spun Supima cotton, one of the finest extra-long staple cotton fibers in the world. This is a classic herringbone pattern, dyed indigo to create a unique look great with all manner of business dress to casual streetwear.  

Pima is the generic term for extra long staple cotton, which is some of the finest cotton produced in the world due to its strength and softness.  [It is also the cotton used in Ventile cloth, our trench coat fabric.]  Supima is American grown pima cotton and was once called American-Egyptian cotton, but was renamed to honor the Pima Indians who were growing cotton in Sacaton, Arizona.  Supima is grown in CA and TX and spun into yarn in Georgia.  

So here's the bottom line: not only are these socks knit from some of the finest cotton in the world, but they are 100% domestically produced from farm to factory: USA grown cotton, spun into yarn in GA, and knit in PA.  

  • one size
  • 30 singles Supima cotton
  • over-the-calf fit for superior "stay up" action
  • a versatile light/medium weight
  • machine wash, can tumble dry low
  • 82% Supima cotton, 17% Nylon, 1% Spandex

*No two are alike for nature indigo dying process*