Experiment in progress (pack of 2) - Blue & Green
These gorgeous, soft, comfortable socks manufactured with recycled cotton support almost an entire village in Guatemala with training, skills development & fair employment.
This design with test tubes, beakers, signs & symbols is inspired by drawings of 7 year old Dhruv from London, who hand drew and created art work for his science journal cover. He suggested wearing 'science socks' could be really quite cool.. we had to agree : ) !
Material: 34% recycled cotton, 51% polyester, 12% nylon, 2% spandex, 1% rubber
Colour: blue & acid green (also available in hot pink & purple)
Wash care: Machine wash at 30 degrees celsius. Do not tumble dry
Sizes: Please refer to the size guide for help with sizes.
Available in Adult: S, M, L (note: size S is a good size for 8-10 yr olds)
|Adult Size||UK shoe size||EU shoe size|
|S (8-10 yrs)||1 - 3.5||33 - 36|
|M||4 - 8||37 - 40|
|L||9 - 11||43 - 46|
Encouraging art: A unique collaboration of art, craft and social impact. It is often said that supporting children to build their creative skills has great impact on their overall wellbeing... but who would have thought that while encouraging children to express their creative talent ... it could have such a massive impact on supporting a whole village in Guatemala?