Lady Bamboo

Lady Bamboo is a lightweight and extra soft work sock specially designed for women. Tailored to the shape and size of the woman’s foot. Because women’s feet are very different in both shape and sensitivity. That is why we have developed this unique collection of work socks especially for today’s professional woman.

This work sock is made with innovative technologies and from the best materials such as viscose of bamboo and wool for softness and moisture regulation. Polyamide adds strength to the sock. Through the combination of excellent moisture-regulating properties and Pro-Cool® polyester fibers, feet remain pleasantly dry and fresh. Thanks to the antibacterial Amicor™, unpleasant odors don’t stand a chance. Special zones provide support for the leg and arch of the foot.

 

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