Unique to FoxFibre, this non-ferrous cotton species is that this organic cotton is inherently earthy in its growth process, eliminating the need for manual dyeing and greatly reducing the environmental pollution associated with traditional white organic cotton dyeing problem. In the 1980s, white organic cotton that had been artificially dyed was widely used in the U.S. market. According to Sally Fox, founder of FoxFibre, why dyeing is needed if it is possible to grow color? And began devoting himself to the breeding of colored and white cotton varieties. In 1989, the shortcoming of insufficient fiber length and strength of non-colored cotton varieties was improved. As a result, for the first time, non-ferrous cotton varieties became the market-accepted organic cotton material and provided Levi's, LL Bean and other famous US apparel brands used.
Organic Threads Regular Crew Socks actual length of the actual length of the ankle to the calf in between, a total of three pairs of bags, the price level but it is quite full of environmental awareness and style of the earth socks.
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