CHUP Socks – Montana Aegean


Inspired by a Navajo rug, expressed as a sock. The motifs of the star and cross are used in many Navajo rugs, and originate in reference to direction and life in the mountain ranges of Arizona. Designed using various yarns such as unevenly dyed, melange yarn. The name Montana comes from the Spanish word Montaña, meaning “mountain”, or more broadly, “mountainous country”. Montaña del Norte was the name given by early Spanish explorers to the entire mountainous region of the west.

Produced by Glen Clyde in Japan
Beautifully constructed from 87% Wool, 12% Nylon and 1% Polyurethane
Handlinked toes are practically seamless. Created by linking the stitches of the two sides of the toe seam together with one thread creating a comfortable, flat seam
Three quarter length
Medium weight socks
Sizes: Small (UK 4 to 7), Medium (UK 7.5 to 10) and Large (UK 10 to 12)

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