Each pair of Chup Socks is a piece of art. Using rich colourful patterns from cultural backgrounds all over the world. Each pair of Chup's has been slowly knitted on Vintage Knitting Machines. Just to give you an idea of their craftsmanship and attention to detail each knitting machine can only knit 20 pairs per day.
BUTTE pattern: The Hopi are a tribe of Native Americans that live in the northeast of Arizona. The design of these socks is based on the patterns used in their rugs and wicker baskets, and the colors of Arizona scenery. “Butte” means the narrow plateaus of the region where the Hopi live.
Fabric: These socks use combed cotton yarn, which is a very soft version of regular cotton. Combed cotton doesn't have any impurities or short protruding threads, is stronger than regular cotton, and is made by treating the cotton fibers before they are spun into yarn.
- Chup Socks Butte
- Color: Anchor
Materials: Cotton, acrylic, nylon, polyurethane
- Made in Japan